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[Nano-devel] what happens when the include glob returns zero files?

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: [Nano-devel] what happens when the include glob returns zero files?
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 19:52:22 +0100
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Op 13-11-18 om 18:23 schreef Ντέντος Σταύρος:
> I read the patch applied
> at
> However, I have an corner case:
> What happens if, while applying a "standard" configuration, the glob returns 
> nothing?

Nothing happens.  Nano will read zero syntax files, so nothing
will get colored in any file.

> Can this be an error that doesn't stop execution?

The error does not stop execution.  Or do you mean that nano waits
and asks to press Return?  More recent nanos don't wait and ask that
question any more.  So, you may want to build and install 3.2.

(The error message, though, is a bit silly: Error expanding ...: Success.
That could be improved.)


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