Project info for bash completion

Share This Created 1 Dec 2001 at 07:01 UTC by ianmacd, last modified 14 Feb 2003 at 12:45 UTC by redi.


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As most users know, using standard bash completion, you can complete commands on the name of executables and files. However, since v2.04 of bash, programmable completion of the shell is possible. Using this facility, it's possible to intelligently construct complex command lines using very few keystrokes. Some examples:

This project endeavours to gather together completion functions for the most frequently used commands and make them available in a single place.

License: GPL

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