I have a script
foo, which takes few optional commandline arguments in the form of:
foo -A <NUM> -B <NUM> -i
or it can also be without space:
foo -A<NUM> -B<NUM> -i
where NUM is integer number. The script should not complete filenames / directories.
I have following completion rules:
#compdef foo local -a args _arguments -S \ '*-A' \ '*-B' \ '*-i'
What do I have to add, so that the completion is aware that the options
-B are not complete by themselves, but need a number before the completion can continue?
In another script, I have similar situation, the only differece is the option uses
How could I do this also?
I am experiencing weird issue, with following completion:
#compdef foo _arguments -S \ '-A+:' \ '-B+:' \ '-i'
For some reason, the first argument
A is ignored, ie:
foo -<TAB> -B -i
But when I put some other option in front of
#compdef foo _arguments -S \ '-x+:' \ '-A+:' \ '-B+:' \ '-i'
then not only is
A shown, but also this other new option:
foo -<TAB> -A -B -i -x
what is happening here ?