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1 files changed, 44 insertions, 12 deletions
diff --git a/contrib/completion/git-completion.bash b/contrib/completion/git-completion.bash
index 463a312..7dc6cd8 100644
--- a/contrib/completion/git-completion.bash
+++ b/contrib/completion/git-completion.bash
@@ -29,6 +29,15 @@
# tell the completion to use commit completion. This also works with aliases
# of form "!sh -c '...'". For example, "!sh -c ': git commit ; ... '".
#
+# If you have a command that is not part of git, but you would still
+# like completion, you can use __git_complete:
+#
+# __git_complete gl git_log
+#
+# Or if it's a main command (i.e. git or gitk):
+#
+# __git_complete gk gitk
+#
# Compatible with bash 3.2.57.
#
# You can set the following environment variables to influence the behavior of
@@ -1438,8 +1447,10 @@ _git_branch ()
while [ $c -lt $cword ]; do
i="${words[c]}"
case "$i" in
- -d|--delete|-m|--move) only_local_ref="y" ;;
- -r|--remotes) has_r="y" ;;
+ -d|-D|--delete|-m|-M|--move|-c|-C|--copy)
+ only_local_ref="y" ;;
+ -r|--remotes)
+ has_r="y" ;;
esac
((c++))
done
@@ -3358,15 +3369,19 @@ __git_support_parseopt_helper () {
esac
}
+__git_have_func () {
+ declare -f -- "$1" >/dev/null 2>&1
+}
+
__git_complete_command () {
local command="$1"
local completion_func="_git_${command//-/_}"
- if ! declare -f $completion_func >/dev/null 2>/dev/null &&
- declare -f _completion_loader >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
+ if ! __git_have_func $completion_func &&
+ __git_have_func _completion_loader
then
_completion_loader "git-$command"
fi
- if declare -f $completion_func >/dev/null 2>/dev/null
+ if __git_have_func $completion_func
then
$completion_func
return 0
@@ -3493,10 +3508,7 @@ __git_func_wrap ()
$1
}
-# Setup completion for certain functions defined above by setting common
-# variables and workarounds.
-# This is NOT a public function; use at your own risk.
-__git_complete ()
+___git_complete ()
{
local wrapper="__git_wrap${2}"
eval "$wrapper () { __git_func_wrap $2 ; }"
@@ -3504,13 +3516,33 @@ __git_complete ()
|| complete -o default -o nospace -F $wrapper $1
}
-__git_complete git __git_main
-__git_complete gitk __gitk_main
+# Setup the completion for git commands
+# 1: command or alias
+# 2: function to call (e.g. `git`, `gitk`, `git_fetch`)
+__git_complete ()
+{
+ local func
+
+ if __git_have_func $2; then
+ func=$2
+ elif __git_have_func __$2_main; then
+ func=__$2_main
+ elif __git_have_func _$2; then
+ func=_$2
+ else
+ echo "ERROR: could not find function '$2'" 1>&2
+ return 1
+ fi
+ ___git_complete $1 $func
+}
+
+___git_complete git __git_main
+___git_complete gitk __gitk_main
# The following are necessary only for Cygwin, and only are needed
# when the user has tab-completed the executable name and consequently
# included the '.exe' suffix.
#
if [ "$OSTYPE" = cygwin ]; then
- __git_complete git.exe __git_main
+ ___git_complete git.exe __git_main
fi