bash-completor: Creating a bash completion script in a declarative way

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  • bash-completion

    Programmable completion functions for bash

    Even though there is a library of completion scripts like scop/bash-completion, it only includes common commands. For some commands that are not commonly used, we have to write completion scripts by hand.

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  • bash-completor

    Creating a bash completion script in a declarative way.

    If you like it, please give a star to the repo. https://github.com/adoyle-h/bash-completor

  • shell-completions

    Shell completions for the Zig compiler. (by adoyle-h)

    zig.completor.bash

  • nvim-shell-completions

    shell-completions for nvim.

    nvim-shell-completions/nvim.completor.bash

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