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bug#36435: ido mode C-x C-f not showing regular files in special instanc


From: Michael Wu
Subject: bug#36435: ido mode C-x C-f not showing regular files in special instances
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2019 22:58:09 -0400

Uhh sure. Here it is.

#!/bin/bash

mkdir -p d1/d1 d1/d2 d2/d1 d2/d2 d1/d1/d1 d1/d1/d2 d2/d1/da d2/d1/db
touch d1/d1/{a..c} d2/d1/{1..3}

Were you able to reproduce the issue?

On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 7:00 PM Lars Ingebrigtsen <address@hidden> wrote:
Michael Wu <address@hidden> writes:

> Emacs 26.2.
>
> I do not know exactly the set of cases this bug appears, but here is a way (albeit
> specific) that works every time for me.
>
> I have the following directory hierarchy:
>
> .
> ├── d1
> │   ├── d1
> │   │   ├── a
> │   │   ├── b
> │   │   ├── c
> │   │   ├── d1
> │   │   └── d2
> │   └── d2
> └── d2
>     ├── d1
>     │   ├── 1
>     │   ├── 2
>     │   ├── 3
>     │   ├── da
>     │   └── db
>     └── d2
>
> The d's are directories. If I make d1/d1 my working directory, and then do
> (exactly this sequence of keys)

Do you have a shell script that can create this hierarchy so that it's
easier to reproduce?  :-)

> C-x C-f, M-b, M-b, C-k, 2<TAB>, 1<TAB>
>
> I am shown only `da` and `db`, and not the files `1`, `2`, or `3`.

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