We're currently working to get bash-completion at its best.
This is what we plan to do in the near future:
- make a better homepage (you really want it, don't you? ;) );
- make bash-completion dynamically load completions.
Please join #bash-completion on irc.debian.org if you want any information. There you'll probably find luk__ (Luk Claes) or hanska (David Paleino), who might give you some more information about the ongoing status of the project.
More information can also be found on the developer's home.
You could also want to have a look at some notes written down during the development process.
To download the latest stable release:
To download the current development version of bash-completion, you need to clone a git copy:
- if you have an Alioth account, with write access to the bash-completion project, use this command:
- if you just want a read-only copy:
Please also consider having a look at gitweb: http://git.debian.org/?p=bash-completion/bash-completion.git
We're currently voting to choose our definitive D?VCS.
Voting deadline is 2009-02-07T23:59Z UTC. We
moved to git.
In order to successfully use bash-completion, please take a look at the README file in the source distribution. It contains instructions on how to set it up, and some Frequently Asked Questions. If you can't find your answer there, please drop us a mail.