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ivy-immediate-done discards directory path #275

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rudolfochrist opened this issue Oct 22, 2015 · 2 comments
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ivy-immediate-done discards directory path #275

rudolfochrist opened this issue Oct 22, 2015 · 2 comments

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@rudolfochrist rudolfochrist commented Oct 22, 2015

Hi there,

I think i found a bug in that ivy-immediate-done discards the directory path. The following concrete example should clarify my problem:

I have my newsrc file under ~/Dropbox/dotfiles/newsrc. In dired I'd like to create a symlink for my newsrc file under ~/.newsrc. What I've done was typing S to create a symlink in dired. In the minibuffer I typed ~ for my home directory (ivy feature) and entered .newsrc as the symlink's name. However, I've already got ~/.newsrc.eld and this get presented as candidate by ivy. When I now press C-u C-j for ivy-immediate-done the symlink gets created in the current directory (in the concrete case ~/Dropbox/dotfiles) instead of being created in my home directory.

Somewhere inbetween of ivy and dired the directory path gets lost.

Best wishes,

-- Sebastian

@abo-abo abo-abo closed this in a11c978 Oct 23, 2015
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@abo-abo abo-abo commented Oct 23, 2015

Good catch. Thanks a lot.

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@rudolfochrist rudolfochrist commented Oct 23, 2015

That was fast. You're awesome. Thank you for fixing this. 👍

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