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# function zfcd_match {

emulate -L zsh

# see zfcd for details of this hack
if [[ $1 = $HOME || $1 = $HOME/* ]]; then
  1="~${1#$HOME}"
fi

# error messages only
local ZFTP_VERBOSE=45
# should we redirect 2>/dev/null or let the user see it?

local tmpf=${TMPPREFIX}zfcm$$

if [[ $ZFTP_SYSTEM = UNIX* ]]; then
  # hoo, aren't we lucky: this makes things so much easier
  setopt localoptions rcexpandparam
  local dir
  if [[ $1 = ?*/* ]]; then
    dir=${1%/*}
  elif [[ $1 = /* ]]; then
    dir=/
  fi
  # If we're using -F, we get away with using a directory
  # to list, but not a glob.  Don't ask me why.
  # I hate having to rely on awk here.
  zftp ls -F $dir >$tmpf
  reply=($(awk '/\/$/ { print substr($1, 0, length($1)-1) }' $tmpf))
  rm -f $tmpf
  if [[ $dir = / ]]; then
    reply=(${dir}$reply)
  elif [[ -n $dir ]]; then
    reply=($dir/$reply)
  fi
else
  # I simply don't know what to do here.
  # Just use the list of files for the current directory.
  zfget_match $*
fi

# }