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Optionally disable ignore patterns for some functions. #369
I saw that ivy-ignore-buffers was added, which is a neat feature. I remember using the feature back when I used ido :-)
This patch adds the ability to optionally disable user-configured filtering at the command invocation. The convention is that if called with a non-nil prefix arg, then user-filtering is turned off. I added this to the new buffer filtering and
Example usage would look similar to:
One thing you might want to change in the patch is that I used
If that's not really a concern then it would be better to use
Hi, thanks for the effort. But could you make it work in the way Ido works?
I haven't used ignore filtering before, but now that I look into Ido code, it has:
Maybe something like this for Ivy:
Ah, I hadn't thought about wanting to toggle in the middle. I think I overlooked that feature back when I was using ido and had my own custom function.
I agree that's a better interface. I'll look into implementing it that way later tonight.
Okay, sorry for the delay. I've had some time to revisit it.
It now should work like ido:
Thanks a lot.
I've made one larger change: instead of using
One smaller thing is that
I also rewrote the commit message a bit. What I like to do is to use C in magit,