* Bug? ignorebraces and autoloaded functions
@ 2023-09-13 4:24 Bart Schaefer
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From: Bart Schaefer @ 2023-09-13 4:24 UTC (permalink / raw)
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On Tue, Sep 12, 2023 at 8:41 PM Bart Schaefer <email@example.com> wrote:
> You have to setopt ignorebraces before you define the
> function. Otherwise the internals of the function have already been
> parsed and the behavior doesn't change.
This means that a bunch of functions in the default zsh $fpath will
not load if ignorebraces is set. As an example, try
autoload -Uz zed
Adding noignorebraces to the local options in the function isn't soon enough.
In the case of zed, there are two brace-enclosed
current-shell-commands on line 147. To make it impervious to
ignorebraces, it's necessary to precede each closing brace with a
command terminator (semicolon or newline).
There are not many of these under Functions/ (and it appears the
majority of them are functions that I contributed) but there are quite
a few under Completion/.
Is this something that autoload should take care of? Could it be
imposed by the -z option, or less intuitively the -U option, or would
a new option be needed? A workaround is to use emulate:
emulate zsh -f -c 'autoload -U zed'
That's a bit clumsy, though.
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