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Are company-capf and company-dabbrev meant to be mutually exclusive? #342
Here's an example of what I mean:
It seems whichever backend comes first will block its successors. I don't know if other backends are also affected, so far I've only tried these two.
This behaviour would mean that for exmaple in emacs-lisp-mode I can find no completions for
For now I've managed to get the desired behaviour through the silly workaround of stuffing everything into a single backend:
Other than the completions popup always being full with dabbrev candidates I've yet to encounter any serious drawbacks.
At any rate I would like some clarifcation reguarding above behaviour - is it a bug, working as intended or a problem on my side?
I'm running emacs 24.5.1 and company version 0.9.0-cvs.
Yup. Have you read the
There was also a couple issues opened on this tracker with the same question.
You can also call
Don't, since it's a recurring question, obviously that isn't documented clearly enough (contributions welcome there, by the way).
The situation with
I'm not sure if you want a complete emacs and elisp newbie like me writing documentation for you. Maybe I'll see what I can do when my bachelor is done and I have some more time. Minor stuff like this is how people get into open source in the first place, is it not?
We'll discuss the first results. And I can edit it later in any case.
They do. :)
Thank you. I've seen it, but it may take some time until I or someone else (probably Stefan) look into it.