ivy: virtual buffers and ido #129

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tsdh opened this Issue Jun 3, 2015 · 1 comment

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tsdh commented Jun 3, 2015

Setting ivy-use-virtual-buffers causes an void-variable error because ido-use-faces is unknown. One has to require ido in order to use this feature which doesn't seem sensible. AFAICS, ivy uses just this single variable and the ido-virtual face. Well, then it can define an ivy-use-faces variable and an ivy-virtual-buffer face itself, I guess.

@abo-abo abo-abo added a commit that closed this issue Jun 4, 2015
@abo-abo ivy.el (ivy-virtual): New defface
* ivy.el (ivy--virtual-buffers): Use `ivy-virtual'.
No need for `ido-use-faces' approach, the user can just customize
`ivy-virtual' to look like `default' if needed.

Fixes #129
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abo-abo commented Jun 4, 2015

Thanks.

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