RE: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-28 Thread Ronald Fischer
 * Ronald Fischer (Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:57:34 +0200)
  This suggest that different dot-files are sourced in the two cases.
  When I run bash (in my case) either from cmd or started by XWin, I
  also have differences in which dot-files are sourced, so this is the
  first place you might want to look.
 
 There is just one configuration file in this case: ~/.zshrc. 

H this should be sourced every time you have an interactive
shell.

 And I 
 don't have any setting that would have the do nothing on the first 
 enter; wait for the second enter effect.

I guess you mean: wait for the second *tab* etc.

In this case, the correct behaviour should *always* be (I think) to show
that
part of the completion, which is unique, on the first press of tab, and
show
a list of all possible completions on the second press of tab.

If it is not due to different settings in your shells, I have no idea
why
anymore why both shells behave different (stupid question: You are sure
that
you have the same zsh called in both cases? What does echo $ZSH_VERSION
say
in rxvt, respectively CMD window?) 

Maybe this is the point where you should repost this problem to the zsh
folks. 
Not only it doesn't look that much like a Cygwin issue to me, but I
remember 
that on the zsh mailing list
(http://zsh.dotsrc.org/Doc/Release/zsh_2.html#SEC6), 
there are also quite a few Cygwin users hanging around, so your problem
will
for sure be understood there.

Ronald
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Re: RE: RE: Two issues with Xwin

2007-08-28 Thread Matt Wozniski
Thorsten wrote:
I have two issues that I've been experiencing for quite a long time:

* using a terminal and a shell I often have to enter Enter or Tab
twice to get the desired effect. How come?

Ronald wrote:

Which effect do you desire? (Filename completion, command completion, ...)?

Thorsten wrote:

The desired effect for the Enter key would be to normal enter function
of a shell. Tab should do file and command completion.
...
I don't think the content of $INPUTRC is relevant when talking about
Enter and Tab having no effect on the first try.
...
And I don't have any setting that would have the do nothing on the
first enter; wait for the second enter effect.

Ronald wrote:
I guess you mean: wait for the second *tab* etc.


SO, my question to Ronald is:  Have you read anything in this thread,
or just posted to it a lot?  It's obviously NOT a zsh problem if it
doesn't happen in Windows RXVT but does happen in X11 RXVT.  Fine,
they COULD have different zsh binaries sourcing different environment
files, but it's far more likely that Cygwin/X is misbehaving than that
Thorsten somehow managed to find a zsh binary that sometimes eats the
enter key.  If you can't take the time to read a thread, you really
oughtn't post to it.

 Maybe this is the point where you should repost this problem to the zsh
 folks.
 Not only it doesn't look that much like a Cygwin issue to me, but I
 remember
 that on the zsh mailing list
 there are also quite a few Cygwin users hanging around

Again, read better, or at least research.  Thorsten IS one of the
Cygwin people who hangs around the zsh mailing lists.

The only thing worse than no answer to a question is a wrong answer
that keeps being repeated.  Do Thorsten a favor and stop talking.

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