Re: Exported (ba)sh functions in the environment
Peter Samuelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> If you can think of a way to implement this same stuff (and remember,
> bash-completion supports a _lot_ more complex cases than 'kill')
> without adding 200 kB of shell functions to bash's runtime, by all
> means, do it and see how it works out.
What would seem interesting would be a way to autoload bash completion
support for each command ... as it would seem not uncommon to have shell
sessions where the user never tries to use completion for 99% of the
[or does it already do this?]
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