@abo-abo I assume counsel-yank-pop is not the only Ivy-backed command whose actions (counsel-yank-pop-action-remove) can, when repeated via ivy-dispatching-call, result in an empty collection. Is this so? Either way, is this a problem?
(counsel--yank-pop-kills): Clarify docstring. Don't fail if
kill-ring and result of interprogram-paste-function are both nil.
Remove obsolete ivy-cleanup-string filtering.
(counsel-yank-pop-action): Avoid unexpected additions to kill-ring.
Remove redundant call to counsel--yank-pop-kills.
(counsel-yank-pop-action-rotate): Allow forced update of window
system selection even when yank pointer rotation is a no-op.
Remove unnecessary ivy-state-collection update.
Avoid unexpected additions to kill-ring.
(counsel-yank-pop): Remove redundant varbinds.
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