A feature provided by interactive programs such as shells and text editors that inserts text to complete a word or phrase that the user is likely intending to compose.

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ZSH autocompletion gives seemingly random errors after some time

My zsh autocompletion is broken in a strange way. For clean logins everything works but after some time I will get seemingly random autocompletion errors, for different "kinds" of autocompletion. ...
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How do I store long hostnames list for SSH quick usage?

I have an SSH access to a lot of servers. And all that hostnames (and sometimes usernames) are long and hard to remember. Also even if I tweak my Terminal to keep eternal bash history, the using of ...
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Phrase Express Equivalent for Linux?

Is there some sort of auto text-insertion program with macros, similar to PhraseExpress for Windows in Linux? In case you've never seen this application it offers the following features: Organize ...
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bash autocompletion not working for filenames (Debian wheezy 64bit)

Bash auto completion seems to work normally except on files. ie, if I am in / and there is some directory structure / folder1/ folder2/ fileName nameOfFile other2/ otherfolder/ I can ...
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Auto code completion in GEdit and VIM, for C++

Being a Visual Studio fan, I am just wondering if I can have same feature in GEdit and VIM. PS : I’m new to VIM and currently using CentOS and Ubuntu.
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Add autocompletion in dash

Is it possible to get at least "some" autocompletion in a dash shell like in bash? At least for the existing filenames in a path.
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Vim - Tabs in :o Show up as ^I and Autocomplete Does Not Function

The title basically says it all - in Vim, my tab's show up as ^I, and I'm wondering if anybody knows why this might be. This is especially annoying when using :o to open a file, as the autocomplete ...
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zsh git command auto-complete add extra origin to the git branch name

After I clone a git repository locally, I want to switch branch to, says, 'ABCD'. $ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/ABCD remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master $ ...
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Specify “any sequence of digits” to ‘compgen’

How can I get compgen to return matches for “any valid sequence of digits”? The Bash compgen command is used to generate completion matches in Bash programmable completion. There are many options for ...
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Zsh - Modify File Completion w/ Quotes

I've been using Zsh recently, and when I complete a file name within quotes, the completion adds a space after the completed file name. Interestingly, this does not occur when I complete directory ...
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zsh completion doesn't correct ? (question mark) in paths

So, I've been pretty happy with my zsh completion and correction configuration for a while now, with this being a major exception. Configured as I have it, the shell routinely catches and corrects ...
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Zsh ssh tab completion not working as expected on OS X

I use Zsh on two different machines (OS X and Ubuntu) and the tab completion for ssh does not work the same way. More specifically hosts specified in the file ~/.ssh/config is NOT used on OS X but it ...
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Unable to autocomplete ONLY when typing a make command

I'm running Ubuntu Linux 10.04. And I have the following in my .bashrc file: if [ -f /etc/bash_completion ] && ! shopt -oq posix; then . /etc/bash_completion fi I'm having a problem ...
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Why is vim offering me spelling suggestions instead of using the completefunc?

I am trying to set up vim for writing email. I have a plugin to provide autocompletion of email addresses (notmuch abook ). If I do :set completefunc it tells me it is CompleteAddressBook as ...
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Is there any Centos package that autocompletes the commands with arrows?

In my Mac's Terminal, pressing ↑ autocompletes any word, e.g. when I type ssh + ↑ it autocompletes to the last ssh I've used. But in my Centos 7 VPS, when I press ↑, it always overwrites to the ...