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Re: How to do a simple find-replace autocomplete?

If you have yet to read Peter's ZSH user guide, I suggest you do so
several time ;)


It's full of useful hints and excellent explanations.


Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> On Jul 15, 11:13pm, Mats Ahlgren wrote:
> }
> } However, if anyone has any autocompletion tutorial resource URL to
> } share, it would be appreciated.
> http://zsh.sourceforge.net/Guide/zshguide06.html#l144
> } How would one have the pattern "#dir" (perhaps defined via a regex)
> } autocomplete using tab, invoking a script with the match (e.g. $
> } myAutoComp.py dir), which returns a newline-delimited list of possible
> } completions to feed into the completion engine?
> I don't know how to interpret the "defined via a regex" part, but take a
> look at the modify-current-argument function packaged with recent versions
> of the shell.  (It's probably too recent to have been mentioned in the
> zshguide link above.)

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