I've found an interesting paper: Predicting UNIX Command Lines about command-line prediction (based on user past activity), and I wonder if any actual implementation of such thing exists?
How to fix Linux filename tab autocomplete that is appending a space instead of trailing slash on directories?
For some strange reason my filename autocomplete is behaving differently than normal. Given the following file structure ./foobar/file.txt, if I want to delete file.txt, I type rm ...
I have a build script that can change what binaries are in my $PATH (it doesn't edit $PATH itself, but it adds/deletes files to folders that are already in $PATH). zsh's autocompletion doesn't update ...
I am using Git as many of you do. Also, I don't use any GUI for that — just CLI. So I was wondering: are there any way to make Git commands (git status, git checkout etc.) complete themselves when ...
In bash is there any way to expand a relative path into an absolute path, perhaps with tab completion? I ask because sometimes I will search for a file, find it, then vim it: cd /etc cd apache2 cd ...
When using commands in bash I like the double tab option to display the available commands. Some commands have more possible matches than others: Is there a way I can pipe the output of the double ...