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# #########################################################################
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# This bash script adds tab-completion feature to snf-manage
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#
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# Testing it out without installing
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# =================================
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#
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# To test out the completion without "installing" this, just run this file
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# directly, like so:
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#
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#     . ~/path/to/snf_manage_bash_completion
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#
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# Note: There's a dot ('.') at the beginning of that command.
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#
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# After you do that, tab completion will immediately be made available in your
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# current Bash shell. But it won't be available next time you log in.
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#
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# Installing
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# ==========
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#
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# To install this, point to this file from your .bash_profile, like so:
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#
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#     . ~/path/to/snf_manage_bash_completion
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#
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# Do the same in your .bashrc if .bashrc doesn't invoke .bash_profile.
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#
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# Settings will take effect the next time you log in.
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#
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# Uninstalling
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# ============
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#
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# To uninstall, just remove the line from your .bash_profile and .bashrc.
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_synnefo_completion()
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{
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    COMPREPLY=( $( COMP_WORDS="${COMP_WORDS[*]}" \
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                   COMP_CWORD=$COMP_CWORD \
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	               DJANGO_AUTO_COMPLETE=1 $1 ) )
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}
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complete -F _synnefo_completion -o default snf-manage
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