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Re: status of the cssh autocompletion
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- From: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: status of the cssh autocompletion
- Date: Mon, 22 May 2017 08:13:24 -0700
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On May 22, 3:53pm, Thomas Kupper wrote:
} I recently switched to zsh from bash and miss the more complete
} autocompletion for cssh.
I haven't explicitly tried using _bash_completions for cssh, but I don't
know of any reason it wouldn't work.
} Is there a specify reason for it? Do I miss the obvious?
My own usage of cssh is pretty regimented -- I essentially never need to
complete anything, because I'm always running one of the same 3 or 4
commands that are already in my history. I don't think there's anything
obvious other than lack of need/interest.
} Now I created an extend (but not yet finished) autocompletion. Is there an
} interest to include that into the upstream zsh? What would be the process.
Send it to zsh-workers@xxxxxxx and we will review and most likely add it
to the distribution.
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