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completion for tmux (2019-10-23 21:27 by nereusx #83733)

Hello, I am new yash user. I like it so much that I did it login shell.
IMHO Thompson's syntax sucks, so I used tcsh for decades.
All known shell implementations with exception rc/es are sucks too, but yash at least is pretty well written. Nice job guys.

I am try to build completion for tmux. The documentation of 'complete' it is not so good yet.
So, I read a few scripts of /usr/share/yash/completion, to figure out how to do it.

This is what I succeed to do, it is not the best solution but do the basic job.
Could you help?
function completion/tmux {
typeset words option desc i IFS='
while read -A words; do
for option in "${words[1,1]%,}"; do
complete -D "$desc" -- "${option}"
done <("${WORDS[1]}" list-commands 2>&1)

Thank you :)
(Last Update: 2019-10-23 21:33 by nereusx)

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