Tommy Allen wrote:
> Thanks again, Bram! There is one (hopefully last) issue. This works
> perfectly when using `<up>` and `<down>`, but the problem remains the
> same when `<c-n>` and `<c-p>` are used.
Ah, yes. I'll fix this with a more generic solution. This completion
code has way too many states...
There are only two hard things in programming: Cache invalidation,
naming things and off-by-one errors.
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