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Re: systemctl completion

Here is my first attempt for systemctl completion. It mostly works for
me and hopefully it'll work for others. Suggestions welcome.


On 29 Jul 2011 at 08:10:54, Anthony R Fletcher wrote:
> Does anyone have a completion script for systemd's systemctl?
> 		Anthony.

Anthony R Fletcher        
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#compdef systemctl

# Completion for systemd's systemctl
# Version 1.0 ARF 3 August 2011

# list the unit completions.
  local -a units
  local expl
  units=(${(f)"$( systemctl --full list-units | sed -e 's/ .*//' )"})
  _wanted keys expl 'units' compadd "$units[@]"

# list the job completions.
  local -a jobs
  local expl
  jobs=(${(f)"$( systemctl --full list-jobs | sed -e 's/ .*//' )"})
  _wanted keys expl 'jobs' compadd "$jobs[@]"

# list the snapshot completions.
  local -a ss
  local expl
  	systemctl dump | sed -n -e 's/^-> Unit \(.*\.snapshot\):/\1/p'
  _wanted keys expl 'snapshots' compadd "$ss[@]"

  local -a _systemctl_cmds

  # Determine the sub commands
  #$(systemctl --help  | sed -n -e 's/^  \([a-z]\)/\1/p' | sed -e 's/ .*//')
        list-units start stop reload restart try-restart reload-or-
        restart reload-or-try-restart isolate kill is-active status show
        reset-failed enable disable is-enabled load list-jobs cancel
        monitor dump dot snapshot delete daemon-reload daemon-reexec show-
        environment set-environment unset-environment default rescue
        emergency halt poweroff reboot kexec exit

  local curcontext="$curcontext" state line expl
  typeset -A opt_args

  # Initial flags
  _arguments -A '-*' \
    '--help[Show help]' \
    '--version[Show package version]' \
    '(-a,--all)'{-a,--all}'[Show all units/properties, including dead/empty ones]' \
    '--full[Dont ellipsize unit names on output]' \
    '--failed[Show only failed units]' \
    '--fail[When queueing a new job, fail if conflicting jobs are pending]' \
    '--ignore-dependencies[ignore dependencies]' \
    '(-p,--privileged)'{-p,--privileged}'[Acquire privileges before execution]' \
    '(-q,--quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[Suppress output]' \
    '--no-block[Do not wait until operation finished]' \
    '--no-wall[Dont send wall message before halt/power-off/reboot]' \
    '--no-reload[dont reload daemon configuration]' \
    '--no-pager[Do use pager]' \
    '--no-ask-password[Do not ask for system passwords]' \
    '--order[When generating graph for dot, show only order]' \
    '--require[When generating graph for dot, show only requirement]' \
    '--system[Connect to system manager]' \
    '--user[Connect to user service manager]' \
    '--global[Enable/disable unit files globally]' \
    '(-f,--force)'{-f,--force}'[When enabling unit files, override existing symlinks. When shutting down, execute action immediately]' \
    '--defaults[When disabling unit files, remove default symlinks only]' \
    '*::command:->subcmd' && return 0

  # Complete subcommands.
  if (( CURRENT == 1 )); then
    _describe -t commands "command" _systemctl_cmds

  # handle arguments to the subcommands.
  case $words[1] in
		# many units can be listed
		_arguments "*:key:_systemd_units"

	cancel) _arguments "*:key:_systemd_jobs" ;;

	# snapshots
	snapshot) _normal ;;
	delete) _arguments "*:key:_systemd_snapshots" ;;

	# no arguments

	*) _message "unknown systemctl command: $words[1]" ;;

_systemctl "$@"

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