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Nov
18
comment Unquoted completion lists in zsh
Thanks for your answer, will do. To be honest, I didn't know you could delete questions.
Aug
9
comment Unquoted completion lists in zsh
But I found that in the zshcompctl manual, and as far as I know, the new completion system does not use compctl. If it does, then I don't know where to put this -Q flag in my .zshrc.
Aug
9
comment Unquoted completion lists in zsh
I found this: -Q This instructs the shell not to quote any metacharacters in the possible completions. Normally the results of a completion are inserted into the command line with any metacharacters quoted so that they are interpreted as normal characters. This is appropriate for filenames and ordinary strings. However, for special effects, such as inserting a backquoted expression from a completion array (-k) so that the expression will not be evaluated until the complete line is executed, this option must be used.