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Re: 'dabbrev-expand' ignores case for completions..

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: 'dabbrev-expand' ignores case for completions..
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 09:19:29 +0200
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Am Donnerstag, 7. Juni 2007 00:36 schrieb Livin Stephen Sharma:
> dabbrev-expand' ignores case for completions..
>  Datum: Heute 00:36:34
>  Von: Livin Stephen Sharma <address@hidden>
>  An: emacs-help gnu gnu <address@hidden>
> In my Java class if I have a declaration partially typed-out like this:
> > // incomplete declaration
> > FileWriter fileWriter = new File
> and then I hit M-/ to try completion on the last word ('File') in the  
> hope of getting 'FileWriter',
> i get this instead:
> > // why is the 'writer' text generated by 'M-/' lower-cased?
> > FileWriter fileWriter = new Filewriter
>   Is there a way to have the case not dropped to lower?

With point at the end of buffer

FileWriter fileWriter = new File

expanded to

FileWriter fileWriter = new FileWriter

Maybe your result is caused by a word `Filewriter' located after point:
`dabbrev-expand' usually searches forward for an
expansion first, then afterward. This is customizabel.

Andreas Roehler

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