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Re: [PATCH] bash_completion glob confusion

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2006-01-11 00:58:48 CET

Michael W Thelen wrote:
> Peter Samuelson wrote:
>>bash completion for 'svn <tab>' tries to include "?" as a subcommand.
>>This doesn't work, at least in bash 3.0, because the bash completion
>>machinery somehow thinks it is a glob, and lists all single-character
>>filenames in the current directory. Thus it will only do the right
>>thing _if_ you have no files that match "?".
> Thanks for the patch... is any developer able to take a look at this?
> If not, I'll file a patch for it in a day or two.

Another easy little patch ... that'll be one for me, then.

OK, the patch is fine. Committed in r18062, with the log message tweaked.
Thanks, Peter.

- Julian

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