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Can't create new <object> using Ivy when a match exists. #7752
When using Ivy can't create any 'object' whose name matches part of an existing match in the minibuffer. This affects a number of different functions including layouts, creating files, renaming files, virtually anything that opens an ivy completion, yet also allows for a new non-match (:require-match nil) value.
For example if I were to try and create a new file using
Using helm either of these scenarios would show an exact match under a heading that says 'Create ...' that is selectable.
This presents a pretty big hurdle when using the Ivy layer since spacemacs uses this pattern pretty pervasively and is the primary way to create files / layers / buffers / etc.
After a bit more digging, I found that ivy has
referenced this issue
Nov 16, 2016
It's now possible to select the "Find File: " prompt with a partial name of a current match.
Set the new