[slime-devel] Re: RFC for completion behaviour
Tobias C. Rittweiler
tcr at freebits.de
Fri Apr 6 09:52:36 UTC 2007
Nikodemus Siivola <nikodemus at random-state.net> writes:
> Also, an additional request: for the q-key to about a completion
> attempt I need to enter the completion buffer. Ok, I see how this
> makes sense. But if I allow my reflexes to hit Esc Esc Esc to cancel
> the completion attempt the completion buffer is hidden but the
> arrow-keys in my previous buffer remain attached to the now-hidden
> completion buffer.
To avoid any confusion, please be aware that you're talking about Fuzzy
Completion here! Only there the arrow keys are rebound. And that sounds
like a bug (missing UNWIND-PROTECT?); I'm gonna look at it.
> I suggest that a single Esc in the orginal buffer should work just
> like a q in the completion buffer, or that there was another single
> keystroke to dismiss the completion buffer.
Alternatively to `Esc Esc Esc', you can savely use `C-x 1', an already
(underneath) existing completion buffer doesn't infere with subsequent
The problem is that this doesn't restore the previous window layout
(just as `Esc Esc Esc' wouldn't.)
> Finally, we don't seem to have a way to select a completion and
> insert just the completion anymore.
Just press TAB.
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