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PATCH: rpm completion

I noticed a couple problems with the rpm completion.  The first one is
that the verify option does not understand the package-specification
options, nor does it complete package filenames with -p.  I believe
that the attached patch fixes this properly.  (FYI, yes it is legal to
do "rpm -Vf /path/to/file" to verify the package associated with that
file, to do "rpm -Vp some.rpm" to verify the files in the uninstalled
package file against what's installed on the system, and to use
"rpm -Va" to verify all installed packages.)

One other thing I noticed was that "rpm --clean spec" does not complete
filenames in the spec-file position.  Not even the man page mentions
that this is legal, but using "rpm -ba --clean spec" is the same as
doing "rpm -ba spec" followed by "rpm --clean spec".  I didn't try to
fix this one, since I don't know how to program the new completion
system in any meaningful way yet.


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Index: Completion/Redhat/Command/_rpm
--- Completion/Redhat/Command/_rpm	2001/08/15 13:33:52	1.4
+++ Completion/Redhat/Command/_rpm	2001/08/27 19:14:05
@@ -142,9 +142,9 @@
       _arguments -s \
         '(-y --verify)-V' '(-V --verify)-y' '(-y -V)--verify' \
-        "${commonopts[@]}" "${pathopts[@]}" \
+        "${commonopts[@]}" "${packageopts[@]}" "${pathopts[@]}" \
         --no{deps,md5,files} \
-        '*:RPM package:->package' && ret=0
+        '*:RPM package:->package_or_file' && ret=0
       tmp=( '(--upgrade)-U' '(-U)--upgrade' '(--force)--oldpackage' )
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