Re: Bash autocompletion
Cameron Hutchison wrote:
>> Bash autocompletion hasn't changed in years.
> He is referring to /etc/bash_completion, which does intelligent
> auto-completion for various commands. Unfortunately it's not all that
> intelligent sometimes and limits what you can do instead of helping
> Michael, I dont know of any solution - I wish I did because I have the
> same sort of problems occasionally. It's almost enough for me to turn
> it off (except the dpkg/apt-get completions are really useful).
I used to use tcsh on Solaris when I was at Nortel. The completion on that
was very cool indeed, I never learnt the syntax but I used to use dotfile to
generate my .tcshrc. It also had vi command-line editing. :-)
I'd like to use it on Linux actually but haven't got round to it yet.