* How to print formatted like when showing completion entries?
@ 2020-06-25 17:43 Marc Cornellà
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From: Marc Cornellà @ 2020-06-25 17:43 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I'm trying to print a bunch of options to a command, and I want to show it
like triggering a completion function would do,
with the same spacing and distribution across the terminal window. I've
tried using *fmt* but I'm not satisfied with the result.
How does Zsh print the completion entries passed to *compadd*? I mean,
where can I find the logic to compute the number
of columns, divide the entries into columns and add as much separation as
needed? Much better if there is actually a Zsh
command to do that automatically.
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