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abbr: improve error handling when --erase called with no args #7732

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@ammgws ammgws commented Feb 19, 2021


> abbr --erase
set: Erase needs a variable name

/usr/share/fish/functions/ (line 116): 
    set -e $abbr_var_names
in function '__fish_abbr_erase'
	called on line 42 of file /usr/share/fish/functions/
in function 'abbr' with arguments '--erase'

(Type 'help set' for related documentation)


> abbr --erase

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ammgws commented Feb 19, 2021

# If run with no options, treat it like --add if we have arguments, or
# --show if we do not have any arguments.

Also this comment doesn't reflect the actual behaviour:
abbr --add (option with no arguments) ends up being treated as --show despite the option being supplied.

@ridiculousfish ridiculousfish merged commit 1f546ac into fish-shell:master Feb 20, 2021
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Thank you!

@ridiculousfish ridiculousfish added this to the fish 3.2.0 milestone Feb 20, 2021
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