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Re: Completion

Andy Spiegl wrote:

> Hi Bart,
> > zstyle '*:ssh:*:my-accounts' users-hosts tractrix:kom.auc.dk ...
> > zstyle '*:rsh:*:my-accounts' users-hosts alboege:fictitious.com ...
> > 
> > There are also styles that are lists of hosts, users, other-accounts, etc.,
> > but you can cover most of the cases for ssh with just this one.
> Is there anything similar for scp/rcp?
> tcsh has a completion rule like this:
>  complete rcp 'c%*@*:%`set q=$:-0;set q="$q:s/@/ /";set q="$q:s/:/ /";set q=($q " ");rsh $q[2] -l $q[1] ls -dp $q[3]\*`%' 'c%*:%`set q=$:-0;set q="$q:s/:/ /";set q=($q " ");rsh $q[1] ls -dp $q[2]\*`%' 'c%*@%$hosts%:' 'C@[./$~]*@f@'  'n/*/$hosts/:'

Urgh. Anyone want to argue about the syntax of compctl or the
completion functions again? ;-)

> I suppose this could be done in zsh (because everything can be done with
> zsh), but I am still not fit enough with the zsh syntax. :-(  So I would be 
> glad if someone had done it already.

Eh? The completion system contains functions[1] for rcp and scp, so it
should work out-of-the-box.


[1] They are actually functions for the r{sh,login,...} and ssh suites.

Sven Wischnowsky                         wischnow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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