tab-completion


CVS tab completion for modules under Linux

▼魔方 西西 提交于 2020-01-13 15:55:28
问题 How can I get tab completion to work for selecting CVS modules under Linux (preferably using bash) ? For example, "cvs co " + tab would list the modules I can checkout. I've heard it's easy to do using zsh, but still I didn't manage to get it working either. Also, how can I list all available modules (or repositories?) available in the CVSROOT? 回答1: There is the Bash completion project. It has some cvs completion in it, I'm not 100% if it can determine all the modules for checkout. But it

CVS tab completion for modules under Linux

江枫思渺然 提交于 2020-01-13 15:53:10
问题 How can I get tab completion to work for selecting CVS modules under Linux (preferably using bash) ? For example, "cvs co " + tab would list the modules I can checkout. I've heard it's easy to do using zsh, but still I didn't manage to get it working either. Also, how can I list all available modules (or repositories?) available in the CVSROOT? 回答1: There is the Bash completion project. It has some cvs completion in it, I'm not 100% if it can determine all the modules for checkout. But it

tab complete dictionary keys in ipython

只愿长相守 提交于 2020-01-12 14:18:08
问题 I was wondering if anybody knows how to enable or implement tab completion for dictionary keys in IPython? It seems like it wouldn't be very different from functionality that already exists, like tab completion of object attributes. If I'm wrong, then I'd like to understand why 回答1: IPython supports dict key completion for string keys since version 3.0.0 (despite not appearing in release notes), thanks to this patch. It also supports column name completion for numpy struct arrays and pandas

How to test Python readline completion?

孤街浪徒 提交于 2020-01-01 08:33:12
问题 I'm writing a command-line interface in Python. It uses the readline module to provide command history and completion. While everything works fine in interactive mode, I'd like to run automated tests on the completion feature. My naive first try involved using a file for standard input: my_app < command.file The command file contained a tab, in the hopes that it would invoke the completion feature. No luck. What's the right way to do the testing? 回答1: For this I would use Pexpect (Python

How to test Python readline completion?

帅比萌擦擦* 提交于 2020-01-01 08:33:07
问题 I'm writing a command-line interface in Python. It uses the readline module to provide command history and completion. While everything works fine in interactive mode, I'd like to run automated tests on the completion feature. My naive first try involved using a file for standard input: my_app < command.file The command file contained a tab, in the hopes that it would invoke the completion feature. No luck. What's the right way to do the testing? 回答1: For this I would use Pexpect (Python

How to test Python readline completion?

血红的双手。 提交于 2020-01-01 08:32:49
问题 I'm writing a command-line interface in Python. It uses the readline module to provide command history and completion. While everything works fine in interactive mode, I'd like to run automated tests on the completion feature. My naive first try involved using a file for standard input: my_app < command.file The command file contained a tab, in the hopes that it would invoke the completion feature. No luck. What's the right way to do the testing? 回答1: For this I would use Pexpect (Python

zsh - first tab completion with autocd

情到浓时终转凉″ 提交于 2019-12-25 01:44:20
问题 I am currently switching from csh to zsh I am writing a .zshrc trying to get all the options I am used to in this new shell. I use autocd (to go into a directory just typing its name (without the cd command), and I wonder if it is possible that my first propose all the files existing in the current directory (like it's working in csh). I am quite used to this way of having an overview of the files I can open or directory I can "autocd" into, before typing my command just pressing without

Remapping tab completions in vim

旧城冷巷雨未停 提交于 2019-12-24 08:28:42
问题 I've got a crazy little challenge. I'd like to remap tab and shift + tab to the basic tab completions in vim. Here's where I started: set completeopt= inoremap <tab> <C-n> inoremap <S-tab> <C-p> That didn't have any effect at all, and I also realized it might be messing up my snippets plugin. I went googling around and found this: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Smart_mapping_for_tab_completion, but had little luck implementing any of the suggestions. I'd like to map to tab and to shift + tab,

Is it possible to copy the tab completion of a command for my linux function?

早过忘川 提交于 2019-12-23 22:28:53
问题 Let's say I have a bash shell function named magic . I want to define a tab completion function _magic which would allow magic to piggyback on the tab completion functions of any given command (if available). In other words, I want magic to be able to do something like this: ~ $ magic git ... <search for _git and use it if found> ~ $ magic cd ... <search for _cd and use it if found> ~ $ magic some-cmd ... <search for _some-cmd and use it if found> I can't seem to find anything online that

Is it possible to display some help message when showing autocomplete candidates?

有些话、适合烂在心里 提交于 2019-12-22 11:43:10
问题 Some commands have many -x ( x can be any English letter) options and it's some times difficult to remember all of their meanings. I can use bash's compgen -W '-a -b -c' to show possible options and I'm wondering if it's possible to also show some help message. Like this: bash# foo -<TAB><TAB> -a: This is option a -b: This is option b -C: This is option c bash# 回答1: I ever did something similar to map some of curl 's single char options (like -x ) to GNU style --long-option s. This is how it

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