So I have some commands I am scripting up:
These run commands on multiple folders and spawn output windows (running tail -f on logs) and all sorts of other things.
However I they each take different commands and I want tab completion
So I read a tutorial on tab completion and I have the all-completion.bash script as shown here:
#!/usr/bin/env bash complete -W "param1 param2 param3" all-build.sh complete -W "status log push pull" all-git.sh
As you can see the all-build auto complete params are my own custom ones and I am happy with that. However the git ones are a repeat of some of the actual git parameters. So really what I want is something like:
complete <use git completion> all-git.sh
So that when I do
all-git submodule upd<tab> it auto completes to
all-git submodule update using git’s auto complete.
Is that possible?