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I've noticed the following annoyance when using C-s M-j: it doesn't respect case folding.
In general, swiper does work with case folding: searching for "firstname" finds both "firstname" and "FirstName", while searching for "FirstName" only finds "FirstName".
Thus, if I place the point at the beginning of text "FirstName", type 'C-s f' (to start searching for 'f') and then press M-j, I expect to yank "irstname", not "irstName" (which is what happens).
As it is now, pressing 'C-s f M-j' results in searching for "firstName", which finds neither "firstname" nor "FirstName".
And yes, C-s C-w (i.e. isearch-yank-word-or-char) does respect case folding.
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Works great, thanks!
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