On Mon, 14 Mar 2011 02:29:14 -0400, servilio <servilio at gmail.com> wrote: > I have been working in some enhancements to the emacs UI address > completion, and this weekend I was able to find a way to finish the > implementation to an acceptable (to me) state. > > The gist of it is allowing the completion in Emacs to match against > any part of the addresses returned by the notmuch-addrlookup command. > I could not find a way to have completing-read behave that way, the > strategy of matching anchored to the beginning of strings is > in-grained in its design for what I've seen. > > The current implementation uses Ido, included with Emacs at least in > version 23, and is available at: > > git://git.latertulia.org/servilio/notmuch.git > > In the branch complete-name-and-address-v2. There is a web interface > if you prefer to see the changes, just use "http" as the protocol in > your web browser. > > The first few changes in the branch are fixes and small enhancements I > found while working on this, and I have sent them as separate patches > for acceptance as they are independent of this work. All of this has > been in use (in the form of the branch without "-v2") for almost a > year. I started a message in August but somehow successfully forgot > completely about it. > > Regards, > > Servilio
Have you looked at 'ido-completing-read that comes with ido-mode? I use it for completing through a modified version of eudc-select. It allows for fuzzy matching on any part of the name.