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Ivy interferes with `sql-connect` command #1112

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glucas opened this Issue Jul 18, 2017 · 1 comment

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glucas commented Jul 18, 2017

At some point a change in ivy introduced a problem when trying to use the sql-connect command. The problem has been reported on Emacs StackExchange: the completion cannot find a match regardless of the available set of connections and the input text.

This was working fine in the past, but I don't recall when I first saw the problem appear.

Think I can boil the test case down to this:

(completing-read "Connection: " '("test") nil t nil nil '(nil) nil)

When I have ivy-mode on, this call won't let me complete 'test'. If I turn off ivy-mode, completion of 'test' works. It seems like the issue may be the DEF argument -- replacing that with nil works.

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abo-abo commented Jul 18, 2017

Thanks.

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