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 case insensitive file complete with tcsh
I have looked around but can't seem to figure this out.  I'm running cygwin
on WinXP and would like the file completion in tcsh to be case-insensitive.
So when do something like:

cd w<tab>

It would list both "Windows" and "widget" as possible dirs to complete.

Is this possible ? I found the "complete" command but not sure on the syntax

thanx

-d



 Thu, 03 Jun 2004 15:21:59 GMT   
 case insensitive file complete with tcsh

I doubt that this is possible with the current tcsh.  It's designed to
run under Unix, on which file names are case sensitive, so there's
been no reason to implement case-insensitive completion.

Since tcsh is open source, you can implement the functionality
yourself and recompile.

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 Tue, 08 Jun 2004 08:04:13 GMT   
 
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