FreeBSD Bugzilla – Bug 115702
[PATCH] shells/zsh: various completion fixes
Last modified: 2007-10-05 09:30:09 UTC
- Added FreeBSD flavor of locate to completion.
- mount completions were parsing mount output in reverse order.
- umount completions were completely failing due to readlink options
that are Linux-centric.
Note: umount completions only partially work. umount<Space><Tab> will
give a correct list, but partial completion will not work just right:
e.g., umount<Space>/us<Tab> will result in "umount /us/". Someone
better with completions should have a look at it.
Port maintainer (sergei@FreeBSD.org) is cc'd.
Generated with FreeBSD Port Tools 0.77
Over to maintainer
Same thing here.
But about completion, sed -i -e
's/readlink/stat/g' /usr/local/share/zsh/4.3.4/functions/Completion/Unix/_canonical_paths should do the trick.
(mount /mn[tab] will be mount /mnt/)
hope it will help.
sergei 2007-10-05 08:22:46 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
- Add Peter Stephenson's patch from Zsh CVS repo that adds (un)setenv()
detection. This fixes the issue on 7-CURRENT where Zsh was manipulating
environment directly in conflict with the new *env() functions:
6-STABLE continues to works correctly.
More info about the patch:
- Fix completions for locate(1), mount(8), umount(8) to avoid some linuxisms
and do the right thing under FreeBSD
PR: ports/115094, ports/115702
Submitted by: Sean C. Farley (scf)
Revision Changes Path
1.88 +1 -1 ports/shells/zsh/Makefile
1.1 +40 -0 ports/shells/zsh/files/patch-Completion-Unix-Command-_locate (new)
1.1 +13 -0 ports/shells/zsh/files/patch-Completion-Unix-Command-_mount (new)
1.1 +20 -0 ports/shells/zsh/files/patch-Completion-Unix-Type-_canonical_paths (new)
1.1 +253 -0 ports/shells/zsh/files/patch-environ (new)
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