What The File?
Problem: Sometimes on a specific hosts, we are most often editing a small subset of files e.g. Nginx config files.
Solution: Let’s use bash auto completion!
Bash has a
complete built-in to specify a "word list" for a specific command.
Let’s define a "completion" file containing the names of the files we commonly edit:
$ cat ~/.vimy.complete ~/.vimy.complete /nginx-local/sites/redishub.com
where I have added the completion file itself too.
We drop the following two lines into our
alias vimy=vi complete -W "$(cat ~/.vimy.complete)" vimy
where we alias
vi and use
complete -W for its auto-completion.
.bashrc into our current shell to test it immediately.
$ . ~/.bashrc
Now we try
vimy and press Tab-Tab for auto-completion:
$ vimy (Tab Tab) .vimy.complete /nginx-local/sites/redishub.com
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