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RE: tab completion with directories

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2006-06-07 19:42:53 CEST

Anthony Ettinger wrote:
> I noticed if I type: svn ci -m 'foo' some_dir
> and hit tab, it adds a space, rather than a list of files within
> some_dir.
> Not typically bash completion...if I do "vi some_dir" and hit tab, I
> get
> "vi some_dir/<list shown>"
> #contents of current dir, not "note" directory:
> $ svn ci -m 'more ideas' note
> .htaccess css mockup training.php
> .svn img note xml
> about.php index.php push
> consulting.php js quote
> contact.php lib robots.txt
> #actually shows contents of ./note directory
> $ vi note/
> .svn/ lessons.txt todo.txt
> example.txt linux.txt
> keywords-overture.txt reference.txt

That's...odd. My bash environment works fine (tab completions drill
down through directories fine). The only way I can get it to do what
you're describing is to actually *type* a space after the directory, and
then hit tab--but I've got to assume you'd realize it if you'd done
that. :-)

Tested on a SPARC running Solaris 8, svn 1.3.1.


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