Previous argument inserted at the wrong point when writing a subshell #833

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timbertson opened this Issue May 26, 2013 · 2 comments

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timbertson commented May 26, 2013

Normal operation:

$ echo one
$ echo [alt-up]
# command line is now "echo one"

But if you're writing a subshell, the argument gets put in the wrong place:

$ echo one
$ echo (echo [alt-up]
# command line is now "echo one(echo", and the cursor is over the "("
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Good find!

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ridiculousfish commented May 28, 2013

Good find!

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Fixed as 97ea61a
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ridiculousfish commented Sep 21, 2013

Fixed as 97ea61a
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haarts pushed a commit to haarts/fish-shell that referenced this issue Nov 1, 2013

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