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Fix REPL tab completion #928

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Fix REPL tab completion #928

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@rhendric rhendric commented Oct 4, 2016

Commit 40fae13 seems to have broken tab complete on chain expressions in
an attempt to make kebab-case tab completion work. This PR replaces
that implementation with a larger but more robust version that actually
works.

Additional features include supporting both kebab-case and camelCase
depending on what the user has already typed, and completion on less
JavaScript-friendly syntax patterns such as binding (.~) and
accessignment (.=).

Close #924
Close #157, incidentally.
See also #307 (can this be closed too?), #687, #732

rhendric added 2 commits Oct 4, 2016
This allows adding some tests to tab completion (which is currently a
little broken).
Commit 40fae13 seems to have broken tab complete on chain expressions in
an attempt to make kebab-case tab completion work. This commit replaces
that implementation with a larger but more robust version that actually
works.

Additional features include supporting both kebab-case and camelCase
depending on what the user has already typed, and completion on less
JavaScript-friendly syntax patterns such as binding (.~) and
accessignment (.=).
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@gkz gkz commented Oct 5, 2016

Thanks!

@gkz gkz merged commit 4564c0e into gkz:master Oct 5, 2016
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