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bug#4286: CVS: lisp/ido.el -- improve ido-ignore-files

From: Jari Aalto
Subject: bug#4286: CVS: lisp/ido.el -- improve ido-ignore-files
Date: Sun, 06 Dec 2009 21:28:53 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110011 (No Gnus v0.11) Emacs/23.1 (gnu/linux)

Chong Yidong <address@hidden> writes:

>>>> Change against Emacs CVS tree as of 2009-08-29 11:5 UTC
>>>> 2009-08-29 Jari Aalto <address@hidden>
>>>> * ido.el (ido-ignore-files): Add RCS, svn, darcs, sh, git, mtn
>>>> version control directories.
>>> This change makes sense only if we never want to change these
>>> directories. In practice, if you are trying to complete a dotfile, you
>>> are already planning to do something funky, so Emacs probably shouldn't
>>> try to do any second-guessing.
>> Dot-file is not the same as version controlled control directory.
> By version control directories, you mean .svn, .bzr, etc., right? If I
> understand your proposal correctly, it's to prevent ido from offering
> these directories if the user tries types "." in the minibuffer. But
> in that case, as I said, the intention is clearly to edit a dotfile,
> so something funky is already intended. Correct me if I misunderstand.


It's very rare for user to try to edit content of Version Control
directories. These are nor considered "dot-files" in a sense, that they
would be user editable by default. The content of Version Control
directories is managed by external programs.

Examples (Emacs CVS and directory lisp/) where Version Control
directories are ignored:



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