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ivy-alt-or-done on a file jumps back to ~/ #782

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julienfantin opened this Issue Nov 17, 2016 · 6 comments

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julienfantin commented Nov 17, 2016

Not sure which commit broke this, but with counsel-find-file when calling ivy-alt-or-done with a file selected doesn't open it and jumps back to the user home directory.

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wenjie2wang commented Nov 18, 2016

Same thing happens for ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics). M-x R and hitting Enter simply jumps back to the home directory. Hitting enter does not open ESS. Disable ivy-mode fixes the problem.

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julienfantin commented Nov 18, 2016

Here's the commit that breaks things for me: aacba19

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kaushalmodi commented Nov 18, 2016

I have seen something like this 2 or 3 times in past few days, but ~~~I haven't been able to recreate the issue consistently.~~~ When all that happened I was deep into some work and unable to get time for elisp debug. I'll keep a watch out for when this happens next.

The last time this happened was when I was saving a file as another file using C-x C-w. The new file was non existent, and then I did ivy-alt-done when I finished typing the new path, and the whole path reset to ~/.


I can recreate this issue consistently with C-x C-w, type new path followed by ivy-alt-done. Reverting aacba19 fixes this issue.

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abo-abo commented Nov 18, 2016

Thanks, please test.

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julienfantin commented Nov 19, 2016

Fixed, thank you!

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wenjie2wang commented Nov 19, 2016

Fixed. Thanks!

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