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git-flow-completion

Bash, Zsh and fish completion support for git-flow.

The contained completion routines provide support for completing:

  • git-flow init and version
  • feature, hotfix and release branches
  • remote feature, hotfix and release branch names

Installation for Bash

To achieve git-flow completion nirvana:

  1. Install git-completion.

  2. Install git-flow-completion.bash. Either:

    1. Place it in your bash_completion.d folder, usually something like /etc/bash_completion.d, /usr/local/etc/bash_completion.d or ~/bash_completion.d.

    2. Or, copy it somewhere (e.g. ~/git-flow-completion.bash) and put the following line in the .profile or .bashrc file in your home directory:

      source ~/git-flow-completion.bash
      
  3. If you are using Git < 1.7.1, you will need to edit git completion (usually /etc/bash_completion.d/git or git-completion.sh) and add the following line to the $command case in _git:

    _git ()
    {
            [...]
            case "$command" in
               [...]
               flow)        _git_flow ;;        
               *)           COMPREPLY=() ;;
            esac
    }
    

Installation for Zsh

To achieve git-flow completion nirvana:

  1. Update your zsh's git-completion module to the newest version -- available here. Optional if you have an up-to-date version of zsh.

  2. Install git-flow-completion.zsh. Either:

    1. Place it in your .zshrc.

    2. Or, copy it somewhere (e.g. ~/.git-flow-completion.zsh) and put the following line in your .zshrc:

      source ~/.git-flow-completion.zsh
      
    3. Or, use this file as an oh-my-zsh plugin.

Installation for fish

To achieve git-flow completion nirvana:

  1. Install git.fish in your ~/.config/fish/completions folder.

The Fine Print

Copyright (c) 2011 Justin Hileman

Distributed under the MIT License

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