david wen riccardi-zhu <d...@dwrz.net> writes: > Address completion worked out of the box for me with notmuch and > Emacs. Recently, it's stopped working. I've tried setting > notmuch-address-command to internal, as well as toggling > notmuch-address-toggle-internal-completion, but neither has been > able to return the functionality.
"stopped working" usually suggests some configuration change to me. It would be helpful to know what precisely changed. As far as debugging, I had two ideas to try. - try running (notmuch-address-matching "dwrz") in *scratch* (or IELM, or M-:) ; this will eliminate company-mode as a suspect, and potentially give you a traceback if something is going wrong. - have a look at the variable notmuch-address-save-filename. Potentially set it (back) to nil to disable persistent caching. If that fixes it, have a look at the corresponding file, see if something corrupted it. > I use: > Arch Linux X86-64, Kernel 4.15.7-1-ARCH > fish shell fish breaks lots of assumptions for shells, but I guess you didn't just switch. > notmuch 0.26 some subtle things changed with respect to starting external processes in notmuch 0.26; if your recent configuration change was upgrading notmuch, that might be worth further investigation. _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch