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# fish completion for git
# Use 'command git' to avoid interactions for aliases from git to (e.g.) hub
function __fish_git_commits
# Complete commits with their subject line as the description
# This allows filtering by subject with the new pager!
# Because even subject lines can be quite long,
# trim them (abbrev'd hash+tab+subject) to 73 characters
#
# Hashes we just truncate ourselves to 10 characters, without disambiguating.
# That technically means that sometimes we don't give usable SHAs,
# but according to https://stackoverflow.com/a/37403152/3150338,
# that happens for 3 commits out of 600k.
# For fish, at the time of writing, out of 12200 commits, 7 commits need 8 characters.
# And since this takes about 1/3rd of the time that disambiguating takes...
command git log --pretty=tformat:"%H"\t"%<(64,trunc)%s" --all --max-count=1000 2>/dev/null \
| string replace -r '^([0-9a-f]{10})[0-9a-f]*\t(.*)' '$1\t$2'
end
function __fish_git_recent_commits
# Like __fish_git_commits, but not on all branches and limited to
# the last 50 commits. Used for fixup, where only the current branch
# and the latest commits make sense.
command git log --pretty=tformat:"%h"\t"%<(64,trunc)%s" --max-count=50 2>/dev/null
end
function __fish_git_branches
# This is much faster than using `git branch`,
# and avoids having to deal with localized "detached HEAD" messages.
command git for-each-ref --format='%(refname)' refs/heads/ refs/remotes/ 2>/dev/null \
| string replace -r '^refs/heads/(.*)$' '$1\tLocal Branch' \
| string replace -r '^refs/remotes/(.*)$' '$1\tRemote Branch'
end
function __fish_git_local_branches
command git for-each-ref --format='%(refname)' refs/heads/ refs/remotes/ 2>/dev/null \
| string replace -rf '^refs/heads/(.*)$' '$1\tLocal Branch'
end
function __fish_git_unique_remote_branches
# `git checkout` accepts remote branches without the remote part
# if they are unambiguous.
# E.g. if only alice has a "frobulate" branch
# `git checkout frobulate` is equivalent to `git checkout -b frobulate --track alice/frobulate`.
command git for-each-ref --format="%(refname:strip=3)" \
--sort="refname:strip=3" \
"refs/remotes/*/$match*" "refs/remotes/*/*/**" 2>/dev/null | \
uniq -u
end
function __fish_git_tags
command git tag --sort=-creatordate 2>/dev/null
end
function __fish_git_heads
set -l gitdir (command git rev-parse --git-dir 2>/dev/null)
or return # No git dir, no need to even test.
for head in HEAD FETCH_HEAD ORIG_HEAD MERGE_HEAD
if test -f $gitdir/$head
echo $head
end
end
end
function __fish_git_refs
__fish_git_branches
__fish_git_tags
__fish_git_heads
end
function __fish_git_remotes
command git remote 2>/dev/null
end
function __fish_git_files
# A function to show various kinds of files git knows about,
# by parsing `git status --porcelain`.
#
# This accepts arguments to denote the kind of files:
# - added: Staged added files (unstaged adds are untracked)
# - copied
# - deleted
# - deleted-staged
# - ignored
# - modified: Files that have been modified (but aren't staged)
# - modified-staged: Staged modified files
# - renamed
# - untracked
# and as a convenience "all-staged"
# to get _all_ kinds of staged files.
# Save the repo root to remove it from the path later.
set -l root (command git rev-parse --show-toplevel --is-bare-repository 2>/dev/null)
or return
# Skip bare repositories.
test "$root[2]" = "true"
and return
or set -e root[2]
# Cache the translated descriptions so we don't have to get it
# once per file.
contains -- unmerged $argv; and set -l unmerged
and set -l unmerged_desc (_ "Unmerged File")
contains -- added $argv; or contains -- all-staged $argv; and set -l added
and set -l added_desc (_ "Added file")
contains -- modified $argv; and set -l modified
and set -l modified_desc (_ "Modified file")
contains -- untracked $argv; and set -l untracked
and set -l untracked_desc (_ "Untracked file")
contains -- modified-staged $argv; or contains -- all-staged $argv; and set -l modified_staged
and set -l staged_modified_desc (_ "Staged modified file")
contains -- deleted $argv; and set -l deleted
and set -l deleted_desc (_ "Deleted file")
contains -- deleted-staged $argv; or contains -- all-staged $argv; and set -l deleted_staged
and set -l staged_deleted_desc (_ "Staged deleted file")
contains -- ignored $argv; and set -l ignored
and set -l ignored_desc (_ "Ignored file")
contains -- renamed $argv; and set -l renamed
and set -l renamed_desc (_ "Renamed file")
contains -- copied $argv; and set -l copied
and set -l copied_desc (_ "Copied file")
# A literal "?" for use in `case`.
set -l q '\\?'
if status test-feature qmark-noglob
set q '?'
end
set -l use_next
# git status --porcelain gives us all the info we need, in a format we don't.
# The v2 format has better documentation and doesn't use " " to denote anything,
# but it's only been added in git 2.11.0, which was released November 2016.
# Also, we ignore submodules because they aren't useful as arguments (generally),
# and they slow things down quite significantly.
# E.g. `git reset $submodule` won't do anything (not even print an error).
# --ignore-submodules=all was added in git 1.7.2, released July 2010.
#
set -l status_opt --ignore-submodules=all
# If we aren't looking for ignored files, let git status skip them.
# (don't use --ignored=no because that was only added in git 2.16, from Jan 2018.
set -q ignored; and set -a status_opt --ignored
set -q untracked; and set -a status_opt -unormal
or set -a status_opt -uno
# We need to set status.relativePaths to true because the porcelain v2 format still honors that,
# and core.quotePath to false so characters > 0x80 (i.e. non-ASCII) aren't considered special.
# We explicitly enable globs so we can use that to match the current token.
set -l git_opt -c status.relativePaths -c core.quotePath=
# We pick the v2 format if we can, because it shows relative filenames (if used without "-z").
# We fall back on the v1 format by reading git's _version_, because trying v2 first is too slow.
set -l ver (command git --version | string replace -rf 'git version (\d+)\.(\d+)\.?.*' '$1\n$2')
# Version >= 2.11.* has the v2 format.
if test "$ver[1]" -gt 2 2>/dev/null; or test "$ver[1]" -eq 2 -a "$ver[2]" -ge 11 2>/dev/null
command git $git_opt status --porcelain=2 $status_opt \
| while read -la -d ' ' line
set -l file
set -l desc
# The basic status format is "XY", where X is "our" state (meaning the staging area),
# and "Y" is "their" state.
# A "." means it's unmodified.
switch "$line[1..2]"
case 'u *'
# Unmerged
# "Unmerged entries have the following format; the first character is a "u" to distinguish from ordinary changed entries."
# "u <xy> <sub> <m1> <m2> <m3> <mW> <h1> <h2> <h3> <path>"
# This is first to distinguish it from normal modifications et al.
set -ql unmerged
and set file "$line[11..-1]"
and set desc $unmerged_desc
case '2 .R*' '2 R.*'
# Renamed/Copied
# From the docs: "Renamed or copied entries have the following format:"
# "2 <XY> <sub> <mH> <mI> <mW> <hH> <hI> <X><score> <path><sep><origPath>"
# Since <sep> is \t, we can't really parse it unambiguously.
# The "-z" format would be great here!
set -ql renamed
and set file (string replace -r '\t[^\t]*' '' -- "$line[10..-1]")
and set desc $renamed_desc
case '2 RM*'
# Staged as renamed, with unstaged modifications (issue #6031)
set -ql renamed
or set -ql modified
and set file (string replace -r '\t[^\t]*' '' -- "$line[10..-1]")
set -ql renamed
and set desc $renamed_desc
set -ql modified
and set --append desc $modified_desc
case '2 RD*'
# Staged as renamed, but deleted in the worktree
set -ql renamed
or set -ql deleted
and set file (string replace -r '\t[^\t]*' '' -- "$line[10..-1]")
set -ql renamed
and set desc $renamed_desc
set -ql deleted
and set --append desc $deleted_desc
case '2 .C*' '2 C.*'
set -ql copied
and set file (string replace -r '\t[^\t].*' '' -- "$line[10..-1]")
and set desc $copied_desc
case '1 A.*'
# Additions are only shown here if they are staged.
# Otherwise it's an untracked file.
set -ql added
and set file "$line[9..-1]"
and set desc $added_desc
case '1 AD*'
# Added files that were since deleted
if set -ql added
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $added_desc
else if set -ql deleted
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $deleted_desc
end
case "1 AM*"
# Added files with additional modifications
if set -ql added
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $added_desc
else if set -ql modified
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $modified_desc
end
case '1 .M*'
# Modified
# From the docs: "Ordinary changed entries have the following format:"
# "1 <XY> <sub> <mH> <mI> <mW> <hH> <hI> <path>"
# Since <path> can contain spaces, print from element 9 onwards
set -ql modified
and set file "$line[9..-1]"
and set desc $modified_desc
case '1 M.*'
# If the character is first ("M."), then that means it's "our" change,
# which means it is staged.
# This is useless for many commands - e.g. `checkout` won't do anything with this.
# So it needs to be requested explicitly.
set -ql modified_staged
and set file "$line[9..-1]"
and set desc $staged_modified_desc
case '1 MM*'
# Staged-modified with unstaged modifications
# These need to be offered for both kinds of modified.
if set -ql modified
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $modified_desc
else if set -ql modified_staged
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $staged_modified_desc
end
case '1 .D*'
set -ql deleted
and set file "$line[9..-1]"
and set desc $deleted_desc
case '1 D.*'
# TODO: The docs are unclear on this.
# There is both X unmodified and Y either M or D ("not updated")
# and Y is D and X is unmodified or [MARC] ("deleted in work tree").
# For our purposes, we assume this is a staged deletion.
set -ql deleted-staged; or set -ql all-staged
and set file "$line[9..-1]"
and set desc $staged_deleted_desc
case "$q"' *'
# Untracked
# "? <path>" - print from element 2 on.
set -ql untracked
and set file "$line[2..-1]"
and set desc $untracked_desc
case '! *'
# Ignored
# "! <path>" - print from element 2 on.
set -ql ignored
and set file "$line[2..-1]"
and set desc $ignored_desc
end
# Only try printing if the file was selected.
if set -q file[1]
for d in $desc
# Without "-z", git sometimes _quotes_ filenames.
# It adds quotes around it _and_ escapes the character.
# e.g. `"a\\b"`.
# We just remove the quotes and hope it works out.
# If this contains newlines or tabs,
# there is nothing we can do, but that's a general issue with scripted completions.
set file (string trim -c \" -- $file)
# First the relative filename.
printf '%s\t%s\n' "$file" $d
# Now from repo root.
# Only do this if the filename isn't a simple child,
# or the current token starts with ":"
if string match -q '../*' -- $file
or string match -q ':*' -- (commandline -ct)
set -l fromroot (builtin realpath -- $file 2>/dev/null)
and set fromroot (string replace -- "$root/" ":/" "$fromroot")
and printf '%s\t%s\n' "$fromroot" $d
end
end
end
end
else
# v1 format logic
# We need to compute relative paths on our own, which is slow.
# Pre-remove the root at least, so we have fewer components to deal with.
set -l _pwd_list (string replace "$root/" "" -- $PWD/ | string split /)
test -z "$_pwd_list[-1]"; and set -e _pwd_list[-1]
# Cache the previous relative path because these are sorted, so we can reuse it
# often for files in the same directory.
set -l previous
# Note that we can't use space as a delimiter between status and filename, because
# the status can contain spaces - " M" is different from "M ".
command git $git_opt status --porcelain -z $status_opt \
| while read -lz line
set -l desc
# The entire line is the "from" from a rename.
if set -q use_next[1]
if contains -- $use_next $argv
set -l var "$use_next"_desc
set desc $$var
set -e use_next[1]
else
set -e use_next[1]
continue
end
end
# The format is two characters for status, then a space and then
# up to a NUL for the filename.
#
set -l stat (string sub -l 2 -- $line)
# The basic status format is "XY", where X is "our" state (meaning the staging area),
# and "Y" is "their" state (meaning the work tree).
# A " " means it's unmodified.
#
# Be careful about the ordering here!
switch "$stat"
case DD AU UD UA DU AA UU
# Unmerged
set -ql unmerged
and set desc $unmerged_desc
case 'R ' RM RD
# Renamed/Copied
# These have the "from" name as the next batch.
# TODO: Do we care about the new name?
set use_next renamed
continue
case 'C ' CM CD
set use_next copied
continue
case AM
if set -ql added
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $added_desc
else if set -ql modified
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $modified_desc
end
case AD
if set -ql added
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $added_desc
else if set -ql deleted
set file "$line[9..-1]"
set desc $deleted_desc
end
case 'A '
# Additions are only shown here if they are staged.
# Otherwise it's an untracked file.
set -ql added
and set desc $added_desc
case '*M'
# Modified
set -ql modified
and set desc $modified_desc
case 'M*'
# If the character is first ("M "), then that means it's "our" change,
# which means it is staged.
# This is useless for many commands - e.g. `checkout` won't do anything with this.
# So it needs to be requested explicitly.
set -ql modified_staged
and set desc $staged_modified_desc
case '*D'
set -ql deleted
and set desc $deleted_desc
case 'D*'
# TODO: The docs are unclear on this.
# There is both X unmodified and Y either M or D ("not updated")
# and Y is D and X is unmodified or [MARC] ("deleted in work tree").
# For our purposes, we assume this is a staged deletion.
set -ql deleted_staged
and set desc $staged_deleted_desc
case "$q$q"
# Untracked
set -ql untracked
and set desc $untracked_desc
case '!!'
# Ignored
set -ql ignored
and set desc $ignored_desc
end
if set -q desc[1]
# Again: "XY filename", so the filename starts on character 4.
set -l relfile (string sub -s 4 -- $line)
set -l file
# Computing relative path by hand.
set -l abs (string split / -- $relfile)
# If it's in the same directory, we just need to change the filename.
if test "$abs[1..-2]" = "$previous[1..-2]"
# If we didn't have a previous file, and the current file is in the current directory,
# this would error out.
#
# See #5728.
set -q previous[1]
and set previous[-1] $abs[-1]
or set previous $abs
else
set -l pwd_list $_pwd_list
# Remove common prefix
while test "$pwd_list[1]" = "$abs[1]"
set -e pwd_list[1]
set -e abs[1]
end
# Go a dir up for every entry left in pwd_list, then into $abs
set previous (string replace -r '.*' '..' -- $pwd_list) $abs
end
set -a file (string join / -- $previous)
# The filename with ":/" prepended.
if string match -q '../*' -- $file
or string match -q ':*' -- (commandline -ct)
set file (string replace -- "$root/" ":/" "$root/$relfile")
end
if test "$root/$relfile" = (pwd -P)/$relfile
set file $relfile
end
printf '%s\n' $file\t$desc
end
end
end
end
# Lists files included in the index of a commit, branch, or tag (not necessarily HEAD)
function __fish_git_rev_files
set -l rev $argv[1]
set -l path $argv[2]
# Strip any partial files from the path before handing it to `git show`
set -l path (string replace -r -- '(.*/|).*' '$1' $path)
# List files in $rev's index, skipping the "tree ..." header, but appending
# the parent path, which git does not include in the output (and fish requires)
printf "$path%s\n" (git show $rev:$path | sed '1,2d')
end
# Provides __fish_git_rev_files completions for the current token
function __fish_git_complete_rev_files
set -l split (string split -m 1 ":" (commandline -ot))
set -l rev $split[1]
set -l path $split[2]
printf "$rev:%s\n" (__fish_git_rev_files $rev $path)
end
# Determines whether we can/should complete with __fish_git_rev_files
function __fish_git_needs_rev_files
# git (as of 2.20) accepts the rev:path syntax for a number of subcommands,
# but then doesn't emit the expected (or any?) output, e.g. `git log master:foo`
#
# This definitely works with `git show` to retrieve a copy of a file as it exists
# in the index of revision $rev, it should be updated to include others as they
# are identified.
__fish_git_using_command show; and string match -r ".+:" -- (commandline -ot)
end
function __fish_git_ranges
set -l both (commandline -ot | string split "..")
set -l from $both[1]
# If we didn't need to split (or there's nothing _to_ split), complete only the first part
# Note that status here is from `string split` because `set` doesn't alter it
if test -z "$from" -o $status -gt 0
__fish_git_refs
return 0
end
set -l to $both[2]
# Remove description from the from-ref, not the to-ref.
for from_ref in (__fish_git_refs | string match "$from" | string replace -r \t'.*$' '')
for to_ref in (__fish_git_refs | string match "*$to*") # if $to is empty, this correctly matches everything
printf "%s..%s\n" $from_ref $to_ref
end
end
end
function __fish_git_needs_command
# Figure out if the current invocation already has a command.
# Git has tons of options, but fortunately only a few can appear before the command.
# They are listed here.
set -l opts h-help p P-paginate N-no-pager b-bare o-no-replace-objects \
l-literal-pathspecs g-glob-pathspecs O-noglob-pathspecs i-icase-pathspecs \
e-exec-path= G-git-dir= c= C= v-version H-html-path \
m-man-path I-info-path w-work-tree= a-namespace= s-super-prefix=
set cmd (commandline -opc)
set -e cmd[1]
argparse -s $opts -- $cmd 2>/dev/null
or return 0
# These flags function as commands, effectively.
set -q _flag_version; and return 1
set -q _flag_html_path; and return 1
set -q _flag_man_path; and return 1
set -q _flag_info_path; and return 1
if set -q argv[1]
# Also print the command, so this can be used to figure out what it is.
echo $argv[1]
return 1
end
return 0
end
function __fish_git_config_keys
git config -l | string match -r '[^=]+'
end
# HACK: Aliases
# Git allows aliases, so we need to see what command the current command-token corresponds to
# (so we can complete e.g. `lg` like `log`).
# Checking `git config` for a lot of aliases can be quite slow if it is called
# for every possible command.
# Ideally, we'd `complete --wraps` this, but that is not currently possible, as is
# using `complete -C` like
# complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command lg' -a '(complete -C"git log ")'
#
# So instead, we store the aliases in global variables, named after the alias, containing the command.
# This is because alias:command is an n:1 mapping (an alias can only have one corresponding command,
# but a command can be aliased multiple times)
git config -z --get-regexp 'alias\..*' | while read -lz alias command _
# If the command starts with a "!", it's a shell command, run with /bin/sh,
# or any other shell defined at git's build time.
#
# We can't do anything with them, and we run git-config again for listing aliases,
# so we skip them here.
string match -q '!*' -- $command; and continue
# Git aliases can contain chars that variable names can't - escape them.
set alias (string replace 'alias.' '' -- $alias | string escape --style=var)
set -g __fish_git_alias_$alias $command
end
function __fish_git_using_command
set -l cmd (__fish_git_needs_command)
test -z "$cmd"
and return 1
contains -- $cmd $argv
and return 0
# Check aliases.
set -l varname __fish_git_alias_(string escape --style=var -- $cmd)
set -q $varname
and contains -- $$varname $argv
and return 0
return 1
end
function __fish_git_stash_using_command
set cmd (commandline -opc)
__fish_git_using_command stash
or return 2
# The word after the stash command _must_ be the subcommand
set cmd $cmd[(contains -i -- "stash" $cmd)..-1]
set -e cmd[1]
set -q cmd[1]
or return 1
contains -- $cmd[1] $argv
and return 0
return 1
end
function __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand
set cmd (commandline -opc)
__fish_git_using_command stash
or return 2
set cmd $cmd[(contains -i -- "stash" $cmd)..-1]
set -q cmd[2]
and return 1
return 0
end
function __fish_git_complete_worktrees
command git worktree list --porcelain | string replace --regex --filter '^worktree\s*' ''
end
function __fish_git_complete_stashes
command git stash list --format=%gd:%gs 2>/dev/null | string replace ":" \t
end
function __fish_git_aliases
command git config -z --get-regexp '^alias\.' 2>/dev/null | while read -lz key value
begin
set -l name (string replace -r '^.*\.' '' -- $key)
printf "%s\t%s\n" $name "Alias for $value"
end
end
end
function __fish_git_custom_commands
# complete all commands starting with git-
# however, a few builtin commands are placed into $PATH by git because
# they're used by the ssh transport. We could filter them out by checking
# if any of these completion results match the name of the builtin git commands,
# but it's simpler just to blacklist these names. They're unlikely to change,
# and the failure mode is we accidentally complete a plumbing command.
for name in (string replace -r "^.*/git-([^/]*)" '$1' $PATH/git-*)
switch $name
case cvsserver receive-pack shell upload-archive upload-pack
# skip these
case \*
echo $name
end
end
end
# Suggest branches for the specified remote - returns 1 if no known remote is specified
function __fish_git_branch_for_remote
set -l remotes (__fish_git_remotes)
set -l remote
set -l cmd (commandline -opc)
for r in $remotes
if contains -- $r $cmd
set remote $r
break
end
end
set -q remote[1]
or return 1
__fish_git_branches | string replace -f -- "$remote/" ''
end
# Return 0 if the current token is a possible commit-hash with at least 3 characters
function __fish_git_possible_commithash
set -q argv[1]
and set -l token $argv[1]
or set -l token (commandline -ct)
if string match -qr '^[0-9a-fA-F]{3,}$' -- $token
return 0
end
return 1
end
function __fish_git_reflog
command git reflog --no-decorate 2>/dev/null | string replace -r '[0-9a-f]* (.+@\{[0-9]+\}): (.*)$' '$1\t$2'
end
function __fish_git_help_all_concepts
git help -g | string match -e -r '^ \w+' | while read -l concept desc
printf "%s\tConcept: %s\n" $concept (string trim $desc)
end
end
function __fish_git_diff_opt -a option
switch $option
case diff-algorithm
printf "%b" "
default\tBasic greedy diff algorithm
myers\tBasic greedy diff algorithm
minimal\tMake smallest diff possible
patience\tPatience diff algorithm
histogram\tPatience algorithm with low-occurrence common elements"
case diff-filter
printf "%b" "
A\tAdded files
C\tCopied files
D\tDeleted files
M\tModified files
R\tRenamed files
T\tType changed files
U\tUnmerged files
X\tUnknown files
B\tBroken pairing files"
case dirstat
printf "%b" "
changes\tCount lines that have been removed from the source / added to the destination
lines\tRegular line-based diff analysis
files\tCount the number of files changed
cumulative\tCount changes in a child directory for the parent directory as well"
case ignore-submodules
printf "%b" "
none\tUntracked/modified files
untracked\tNot considered dirty when they only contain untracked content
dirty\tIgnore all changes to the work tree of submodules
all\tHide all changes to submodules (default)"
case submodule
printf "%b" "
short\tShow the name of the commits at the beginning and end of the range
log\tList the commits in the range
diff\tShow an inline diff of the changes"
case ws-error-highlight
printf "%b" "
context\tcontext lines of the diff
old\told lines of the diff
new\tnew lines of the diff
none\treset previous values
default\treset the list to 'new'
all\tShorthand for 'old,new,context'"
end
end
function __fish_git_show_opt -a option
switch $option
case format pretty
printf "%b" "
oneline\t<sha1> <title line>
short\t<sha1> / <author> / <title line>
medium\t<sha1> / <author> / <author date> / <title> / <commit msg>
full\t<sha1> / <author> / <committer> / <title> / <commit msg>
fuller\t<sha1> / <author> / <author date> / <committer> / <committer date> / <title> / <commit msg>
email\t<sha1> <date> / <author> / <author date> / <title> / <commit msg>
raw\tShow the entire commit exactly as stored in the commit object
format:\tSpecify which information to show"
end
end
# general options
complete -f -c git -l help -d 'Display the manual of a git command'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l version -d 'Display version'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -s C -a '(__fish_complete_directories)' -d 'Run as if git was started in this directory'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -s c -a '(command git config -l 2>/dev/null | string replace = \t)' -d 'Set a configuration option'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l exec-path -a '(__fish_git_complete_directories)' -d 'Get or set the path to the git programs'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l html-path -d 'Print the path to the html documentation'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l man-path -d 'Print the path to the man documentation'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l info-path -d 'Print the path to the info documentation'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -s p -l paginate -d 'Pipe output into a pager'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l no-pager -d 'Do not pipe output into a pager'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l git-dir -d 'Set the path to the repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l work-tree -d 'Set the path to the working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l namespace -d 'Set the namespace'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l bare -d 'Treat the repository as bare'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l no-replace-objects -d 'Do not use replacement refs to replace git objects'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l literal-pathspecs -d 'Treat pathspecs literally'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l glob-pathspecs -d 'Treat pathspecs as globs'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l noglob-pathspecs -d "Don't treat pathspecs as globs"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -l icase-pathspecs -d 'Match pathspecs case-insensitively'
# Options shared between multiple commands
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log show diff-tree rev-list' -l pretty -a '(__fish_git_show_opt pretty)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l abbrev -d 'Show only a partial prefix instead of the full 40-byte hexadecimal object name'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l binary -d 'Output a binary diff that can be applied with "git-apply"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l check -d 'Warn if changes introduce conflict markers or whitespace errors'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l color -d 'Show colored diff'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l color-moved -d 'Moved lines of code are colored differently'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l color-words -d 'Equivalent to --word-diff=color plus --word-diff-regex=<regex>'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l compact-summary -d 'Output a condensed summary of extended header information'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l dst-prefix -d 'Show the given destination prefix instead of "b/"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l ext-diff -d 'Allow an external diff helper to be executed'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l find-copies-harder -d 'Inspect unmodified files as candidates for the source of copy'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l find-object -d 'Look for differences that change the number of occurrences of the specified object'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l full-index -d 'Show the full pre- and post-image blob object names on the "index" line'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l histogram -d 'Generate a diff using the "histogram diff" algorithm'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l ignore-blank-lines -d 'Ignore changes whose lines are all blank'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l ignore-cr-at-eol -d 'Ignore carrige-return at the end of line when doing a comparison'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l ignore-space-at-eol -d 'Ignore changes in whitespace at EOL'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l indent-heuristic -d 'Enable the heuristic that shift diff hunk boundaries'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l inter-hunk-context -d 'Show the context between diff hunks, up to the specified number of lines'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l ita-invisible-in-index -d 'Make the entry appear as a new file in "git diff" and non-existent in "git diff -l cached"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l line-prefix -d 'Prepend an additional prefix to every line of output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l minimal -d 'Spend extra time to make sure the smallest possible diff is produced'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l name-only -d 'Show only names of changed files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l name-status -d 'Show only names and status of changed files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-color -d 'Turn off colored diff'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-ext-diff -d 'Disallow external diff drivers'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-indent-heuristic -d 'Disable the indent heuristic'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-prefix -d 'Do not show any source or destination prefix'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-renames -d 'Turn off rename detection'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l no-textconv -d 'Disallow external text conversion filters to be run when comparing binary files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l numstat -d 'Shows number of added/deleted lines in decimal notation'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l patch-with-raw -d 'Synonym for -p --raw'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l patch-with-stat -d 'Synonym for -p --stat'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l patience -d 'Generate a diff using the "patience diff" algorithm'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l pickaxe-all -d 'When -S or -G finds a change, show all the changes in that changeset'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l pickaxe-regex -d 'Treat the <string> given to -S as an extended POSIX regular expression to match'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l relative -d 'Exclude changes outside the directory and show relative pathnames'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l shortstat -d 'Output only the last line of the --stat format containing total number of modified files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l src-prefix -d 'Show the given source prefix instead of "a/"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l stat -d 'Generate a diffstat'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l summary -d 'Output a condensed summary of extended header information'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l textconv -d 'Allow external text conversion filters to be run when comparing binary files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l word-diff -d 'Show a word diff'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l word-diff-regex -d 'Use <regex> to decide what a word is'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s a -l text -d 'Treat all files as text'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s B -l break-rewrites -d 'Break complete rewrite changes into pairs of delete and create'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s b -l ignore-space-change -d 'Ignore changes in amount of whitespace'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s C -l find-copies -d 'Detect copies as well as renames'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s D -l irreversible-delete -d 'Omit the preimage for deletes'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s G -d 'Look for differences whose patch text contains added/removed lines that match <regex>'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s M -l find-renames -d 'Detect and report renames'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s R -d 'Show differences from index or on-disk file to tree contents'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s S -d 'Look for differences that change the number of occurrences of the specified string'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s W -l function-context -d 'Show whole surrounding functions of changes'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s w -l ignore-all-space -d 'Ignore whitespace when comparing lines'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s z -d 'Use NULs as output field/commit terminators'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s O -d 'Control the order in which files appear in the output'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l anchored -d 'Generate a diff using the "anchored diff" algorithm'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -s l -d 'Prevents rename/copy detection if the number of rename/copy targets exceeds the specified number'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff show range-diff' -l diff-filter -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt diff-filter)' -d 'Choose diff filters'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff log show range-diff' -l diff-algorithm -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt diff-algorithm)' -d 'Choose a diff algorithm'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff log show range-diff' -l dirstat -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt dirstat)' -d 'Output the distribution of relative amount of changes for each sub-directory'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff log show range-diff' -l ignore-submodules -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt ignore-submodules)' -d 'Ignore changes to submodules in the diff generation'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff log show range-diff' -l submodule -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt submodule)' -d 'Specify how differences in submodules are shown'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff log show range-diff' -l ws-error-highlight -a '(__fish_git_diff_opt ws-error-highlight)' -d 'Highlight whitespace errors in lines of the diff'
#### fetch
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a fetch -d 'Download objects and refs from another repository'
# Suggest "repository", then "refspec" - this also applies to e.g. push/pull
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch; and not __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_remotes)' -d 'Remote'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_branch_for_remote)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch' -s a -l append -d 'Append ref names and object names'
# TODO --upload-pack
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command fetch' -s f -l force -d 'Force update of local branches'
# TODO other options
#### filter-branch
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a filter-branch -d 'Rewrite branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l env-filter -d 'This filter may be used if you only need to modify the environment'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l tree-filter -d 'This is the filter for rewriting the tree and its contents'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l index-filter -d 'This is the filter for rewriting the index'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l parent-filter -d 'This is the filter for rewriting the commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l msg-filter -d 'This is the filter for rewriting the commit messages'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l commit-filter -d 'This is the filter for performing the commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l tag-name-filter -d 'This is the filter for rewriting tag names'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l subdirectory-filter -d 'Only look at the history which touches the given subdirectory'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l prune-empty -d 'Ignore empty commits generated by filters'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -l original -d 'Use this option to set the namespace where the original commits will be stored'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -s d -d 'Use this option to set the path to the temporary directory used for rewriting'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command filter-branch' -s f -l force -d 'Force filter branch to start even w/ refs in refs/original or existing temp directory'
### remote
set -l remotecommands add rm remove show prune update rename set-head set-url set-branches get-url
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a remote -d 'Manage set of tracked repositories'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command remote' -a '(__fish_git_remotes)'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a add -d 'Adds a new remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a rm -d 'Removes a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a remove -d 'Removes a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a show -d 'Shows a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a prune -d 'Deletes all stale tracking branches'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a update -d 'Fetches updates'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a rename -d 'Renames a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a set-head -d 'Sets the default branch for a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a set-url -d 'Changes URLs for a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a get-url -d 'Retrieves URLs for a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $remotecommands" -a set-branches -d 'Changes the list of branches tracked by a remote'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add " -s f -d 'Once the remote information is set up git fetch <name> is run'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add " -l tags -d 'Import every tag from a remote with git fetch <name>'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add " -l no-tags -d "Don't import tags from a remote with git fetch <name>"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from remove' -xa '(__fish_git_remotes)'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from set-branches" -l add -d 'Add to the list of currently tracked branches instead of replacing it'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from set-url" -l push -d 'Manipulate push URLs instead of fetch URLs'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from set-url" -l add -d 'Add new URL instead of changing the existing URLs'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from set-url" -l delete -d 'Remove URLs that match specified URL'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from get-url" -l push -d 'Query push URLs rather than fetch URLs'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from get-url" -l all -d 'All URLs for the remote will be listed'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from show" -s n -d 'Remote heads are not queried, cached information is used instead'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from prune" -l dry-run -d 'Report what will be pruned but do not actually prune it'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command remote; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update" -l prune -d 'Prune all remotes that are updated'
### show
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a show -d 'Shows the last commit of a branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -ka '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -ka '(__fish_git_commits)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_rev_files' -xa '(__fish_git_complete_rev_files)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l format -d 'Pretty-print the contents of the commit logs in a given format' -a '(__fish_git_show_opt format)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l abbrev-commit -d 'Show only a partial hexadecimal commit object name'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l no-abbrev-commit -d 'Show the full 40-byte hexadecimal commit object name'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l oneline -d 'Shorthand for "--pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit"'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l encoding -d 'Re-code the commit log message in the encoding'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l expand-tabs -d 'Perform a tab expansion in the log message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l no-expand-tabs -d 'Do not perform a tab expansion in the log message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l notes -a '(__fish_git_refs)' -d 'Show the notes that annotate the commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l no-notes -d 'Do not show notes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show' -l show-signature -d 'Check the validity of a signed commit object'
### show-branch
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a show-branch -d 'Shows the commits on branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command show-branch' -a '(__fish_git_refs)' -d 'Rev'
# TODO options
### add
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a add -d 'Add file contents to the index'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s n -l dry-run -d "Don't actually add the file(s)"
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s f -l force -d 'Allow adding otherwise ignored files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s i -l interactive -d 'Interactive mode'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s p -l patch -d 'Interactively choose hunks to stage'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s e -l edit -d 'Manually create a patch'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s u -l update -d 'Only match tracked files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s A -l all -d 'Match files both in working tree and index'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -s N -l intent-to-add -d 'Record only the fact that the path will be added later'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -l refresh -d "Don't add the file(s), but only refresh their stat"
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -l ignore-errors -d 'Ignore errors'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -l ignore-missing -d 'Check if any of the given files would be ignored'
# Renames also show up as untracked + deleted, and to get git to show it as a rename _both_ need to be added.
# However, we can't do that as it is two tokens, so we don't need renamed here.
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command add' -a '(__fish_git_files modified untracked deleted unmerged)'
# TODO options
### checkout
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a checkout -d 'Checkout and switch to a branch'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_unique_remote_branches)' -d 'Unique Remote Branch'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_recent_commits)'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout' -a '(__fish_git_files modified deleted)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout' -s b -d 'Create a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout' -s t -l track -d 'Track a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout' -l theirs -d 'Keep staged changes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command checkout' -l ours -d 'Keep unmerged changes'
# TODO options
### apply
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a apply -d 'Apply a patch on a git index file and a working tree'
# TODO options
### archive
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a archive -d 'Create an archive of files from a named tree'
# TODO options
### bisect
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a bisect -d 'Find the change that introduced a bug by binary search'
# TODO options
### branch
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a branch -d 'List, create, or delete branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s d -d 'Delete branch' -xa '(__fish_git_local_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s D -d 'Force deletion of branch' -xa '(__fish_git_local_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s m -d 'Rename branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s M -d 'Force renaming branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s a -d 'Lists both local and remote branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -s t -l track -d 'Track remote branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -l no-track -d 'Do not track remote branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -l set-upstream-to -d 'Set remote branch to track'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -l merged -d 'List branches that have been merged'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command branch' -l no-merged -d 'List branches that have not been merged'
### cherry
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a cherry -d 'Find commits yet to be applied to upstream [upstream [head]]'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry' -s v -d 'Show the commit subjects next to the SHA1s'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry' -a '(__fish_git_refs)' -d 'Upstream'
### cherry-pick
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a cherry-pick -d 'Apply the change introduced by an existing commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -a '(__fish_git_branches --no-merged)'
# TODO: Filter further
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick; and __fish_git_possible_commithash' -ka '(__fish_git_commits)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -s e -l edit -d 'Edit the commit message prior to committing'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -s x -d 'Append info in generated commit on the origin of the cherry-picked change'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -s n -l no-commit -d 'Apply changes without making any commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -s s -l signoff -d 'Add Signed-off-by line to the commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command cherry-pick' -l ff -d 'Fast-forward if possible'
### clone
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a clone -d 'Clone a repository into a new directory'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -l no-hardlinks -d 'Copy files instead of using hardlinks'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -s q -l quiet -d 'Operate quietly and do not report progress'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -s v -l verbose -d 'Provide more information on what is going on'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -s n -l no-checkout -d 'No checkout of HEAD is performed after the clone is complete'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -l bare -d 'Make a bare Git repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -l mirror -d 'Set up a mirror of the source repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -s o -l origin -d 'Use a specific name of the remote instead of the default'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -s b -l branch -d 'Use a specific branch instead of the one used by the cloned repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -l depth -d 'Truncate the history to a specified number of revisions'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clone' -l recursive -d 'Initialize all submodules within the cloned repository'
### commit
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a commit -d 'Record changes to the repository'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l amend -d 'Amend the log message of the last commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -a '(__fish_git_files modified)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -s a -l all -d 'Automatically stage modified and deleted files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -s p -l patch -d 'Use interactive patch selection interface'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l fixup -d 'Fixup commit to be used with rebase --autosquash'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l squash -d 'Squash commit to be used with rebase --autosquash'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l reset-author -d 'When amending, reset author of commit to the committer'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l author -d 'Override the commit author'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l date -d 'Override the author date'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -s m -l message -d 'Use the given message as the commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit' -l no-edit -d 'Use the selected commit message without launching an editor'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command commit; and __fish_contains_opt fixup squash' -k -a '(__fish_git_recent_commits)'
# TODO options
### describe
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a describe -d 'Give an object a human readable name based on an available ref'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -a '(__fish_git_unique_remote_branches)' -d 'Unique Remote Branch'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l dirty -d 'Describe the state of the working tree, append dirty if there are local changes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l broken -d 'Describe the state of the working tree, append -broken instead of erroring'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l all -d 'Use all tags, not just annotated'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l tags -d 'Use all commits/tags, not just annotated tags'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l contains -d 'Find the tag that comes after the commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l abbrev -d 'Use <n> digits, or as many digits as needed to form a unique object name'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l candidates -d 'Consider up to <n> candidates'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l exact-match -d 'Only output exact matches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l debug -d 'Display debug info'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l long -d 'Always output the long format'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l match -d 'Only consider tags matching the given glob pattern'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l exclude -d 'Do not consider tags matching the given glob pattern'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l always -d 'Show uniquely abbreviated commit object as fallback'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command describe' -l first-parent -d 'Follow only the first parent of a merge commit'
### diff
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a diff -d 'Show changes between commits, commit and working tree, etc'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -a '(__fish_git_ranges)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -l cached -d 'Show diff of changes in the index'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -l no-index -d 'Compare two paths on the filesystem'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -l exit-code -d 'Exit with 1 if there were differences or 0 if no differences'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -s q -l quiet -d 'Disable all output of the program, implies --exit-code'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -s 1 -l base -d 'Compare the working tree with the "base" version'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -s 2 -l ours -d 'Compare the working tree with the "our branch"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -s 3 -l theirs -d 'Compare the working tree with the "their branch"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff' -s 0 -d 'Omit diff output for unmerged entries and just show "Unmerged"'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff; and not __fish_contains_opt cached' -fa '(__fish_git_files modified deleted)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command diff; and __fish_contains_opt cached' -fa '(__fish_git_files modified-staged deleted-staged)'
### Function to list available tools for git difftool and mergetool
function __fish_git_diffmerge_tools -a cmd
git $cmd --tool-help | \
while read -l line
string match -q 'The following tools are valid, but not currently available:' -- $line
and break
string replace -f -r '^\t\t(\w+).*$' '$1' -- $line
end
end
### difftool
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a difftool -d 'Open diffs in a visual tool'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -a '(__fish_git_ranges)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -l cached -d 'Visually show diff of changes in the index'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -a '(__fish_git_files modified deleted)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -s g -l gui -d 'Use `diff.guitool` instead of `diff.tool`'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -s d -l dir-diff -d 'Perform a full-directory diff'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -l prompt -d 'Prompt before each invocation of the diff tool'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -s y -l no-prompt -d 'Do not prompt before launching a diff tool'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -l symlinks -d 'Use symlinks in dir-diff mode'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -s t -l tool -d 'Use the specified diff tool' -a "(__fish_git_diffmerge_tools difftool)"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -l tool-help -d 'Print a list of diff tools that may be used with `--tool`'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -l trust-exit-code -d 'Exit when an invoked diff tool returns a non-zero exit code'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command difftool' -s x -l extcmd -d 'Specify a custom command for viewing diffs'
# TODO options
### grep
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a grep -d 'Print lines matching a pattern'
# TODO options
### init
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a init -d 'Create an empty git repository or reinitialize an existing one'
# TODO options
### log
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a shortlog -d 'Show commit shortlog'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a log -d 'Show commit logs'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_ranges)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l follow -d 'Continue listing file history beyond renames'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-decorate -d 'Don\'t print ref names'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l decorate -a 'short\tHide\ prefixes full\tShow\ full\ ref\ names auto\tHide\ prefixes\ if\ printed\ to\ terminal no\tDon\\\'t\ display\ ref' -d 'Print out ref names'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l source -d 'Print ref name by which each commit was reached'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l use-mailmap
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l full-diff
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l log-size
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s L
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s n -l max-count -d 'Limit the number of commits before starting to show the commit output'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l skip -d 'Skip given number of commits'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l since -d 'Show commits more recent than specified date'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l after -d 'Show commits more recent than specified date'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l until -d 'Show commits older than specified date'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l before -d 'Show commits older than specified date'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l author -d 'Limit commits from given author'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l committer -d 'Limit commits from given committer'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l grep-reflog -d 'Limit commits to ones with reflog entries matching given pattern'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l grep -d 'Limit commits with message that match given pattern'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l all-match -d 'Limit commits to ones that match all given --grep'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l invert-grep -d 'Limit commits to ones with message that don\'t match --grep'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l regexp-ignore-case -s i -d 'Case insensitive match'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l basic-regexp -d 'Patterns are basic regular expressions (default)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l extended-regexp -s E -d 'Patterns are extended regular expressions'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l fixed-strings -s F -d 'Patterns are fixed strings'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l perl-regexp -d 'Patterns are Perl-compatible regular expressions'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l remove-empty -d 'Stop when given path disappears from tree'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l merges -d 'Print only merge commits'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-merges -d 'Don\'t print commits with more than one parent'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l min-parents -d 'Show only commit with at least the given number of parents'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l max-parents -d 'Show only commit with at most the given number of parents'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-min-parents -d 'Show only commit without a mimimum number of parents'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-max-parents -d 'Show only commit without a maximum number of parents'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l first-parent -d 'Follow only the first parent commit upon seeing a merge commit'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l not -d 'Reverse meaning of ^ prefix'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l all -d 'Pretend as if all refs in refs/ are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l branches -d 'Pretend as if all refs are in refs/heads are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l tags -d 'Pretend as if all refs are in ref/tags are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l remotes -d 'Pretend as if all refs in refs/remotes are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l glob -d 'Pretend as if all refs matching shell glob are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l exclude -d 'Do not include refs matching given glob pattern'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l reflog -d 'Pretend as if all objcets mentioned by reflogs are listed on the command line as <commit>'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ingnore-missing -d 'Ignore invalid object names'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l bisect
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l stdin -d 'Read commits from stdin'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l cherry-mark -d 'Mark equivalent commits with = and inequivalent with +'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l cherry-pick -d 'Omit equivalent commits'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l left-only
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l rigth-only
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l cherry
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l walk-reflogs -s g
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l merge
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l boundary
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l simplify-by-decoration
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l full-history
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l dense
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l sparse
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l simplify-merges
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ancestry-path
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l date-order
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l author-date-order
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l topo-order
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l reverse
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-walk -a "sorted unsorted"
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l do-walk
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l format
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l abbrev-commit
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-abbrev-commit
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l oneline
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l encoding -a '(__fish_print_encodings)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l expand-tabs
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-expand-tabs
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l notes
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-notes
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l show-notes
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l standard-notes
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-standard-notes
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l show-signature
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l relative-date
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l date -a '
relative
local
iso
iso-local
iso8601
iso8601-local
iso-strict
iso-strict-local
iso8601-strict
iso8601-strict-local
rfc-local
rfc2822-local
short
short-local
raw
human
unix
format:
default
default-local
'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l parents
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l children
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l left-right
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l graph
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l show-linear-break
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s c
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l cc
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s m
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s r
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s t
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l patch -s p
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s u
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-patch -s s
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l unified -s U
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l raw
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l patch-with-raw
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l indent-heuristic
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-indent-heuristic
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l compaction-heuristic
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-compaction-heuristic
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l minimal
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l patience
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l histogram
complete -f -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l stat
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l numstat
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l shortstat
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l summary
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l patch-with-stat
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s z
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l name-only
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l name-status
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l color -a 'always never auto'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-color
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l word-diff -a '
color
plain
porcelain
none
'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l color-words
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-renames
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l check
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l full-index
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l binary
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l abbrev
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l break-rewrittes -s B
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l find-renames -s M
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l find-copies -s C
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l find-copies-harder
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l irreversible-delete -s D
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s l
function __fish__git_append_letters_nosep
set -l token (commandline -tc)
printf "%s\n" $token$argv
end
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l diff-filter -a '(__fish__git_append_letters_nosep a\tExclude\ added c\tExclude\ copied d\tExclude\ deleted m\tExclude\ modified r\tExclude\ renamed t\tExclude\ type\ changed u\tExclude\ unmerged x\tExclude\ unknown b\tExclude\ broken A\tAdded C\tCopied D\tDeleted M\tModified R\tRenamed T\tType\ Changed U\tUnmerged X\tUnknown B\tBroken)'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s S
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s G
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l pickaxe-all
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s O
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -s R
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l relative
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l text -s a
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ignore-space-at-eol
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ignore-space-change -s b
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ignore-all-space -s w
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ignore-blank-lines
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l inter-hunk-context
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l function-context -s W
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ext-diff
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-ext-diff
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l textconv
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-textconv
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l src-prefix
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l dst-prefix
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l no-prefix
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l line-prefix
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command log' -l ita-invisible-in-index
### ls-files
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a ls-files -d 'Show information about files in the index and the working tree'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s c -l cached -d 'Show cached files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s d -l deleted -d 'Show deleted files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s m -l modified -d 'Show modified files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s o -l others -d 'Show other (i.e. untracked) files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s i -l ignored -d 'Show only ignored files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s s -l staged -d "Show staged contents' mode bits, object name and stage number in the output"
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l directory -d 'If a whole directory is classified as "other", show just its name'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l no-empty-directory -d 'Do not list empty directories'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s u -l unmerged -d 'Show unmerged files in the output'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s k -l killed -d 'Show files on the filesystem that need to be removed for checkout-index to succeed'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s z -d 'Use \0 delimiter'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s x -l exclude -d 'Skip untracked files matching pattern'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s X -l exclude-from -d 'Read exclude patterns from <file>; 1 per line'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l exclude-per-directory -d 'Read additional exclude patterns that apply only to the directory and its subdirectories in <file>'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l exclude-standard -d 'Add the standard Git exclusions'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l error-unmatch -d 'If any <file> does not appear in the index, treat this as an error'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l with-tree
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s t -d 'Identifies the file status'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s v -d 'Show file status, use lowercase letters for files assumed unchanged'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -s f -d 'Show file status, use lowercase letters for files marked as fsmonitor valid'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l full-name -d 'Force paths to be output relative to the project top directory'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l recurse-submodules -d 'Recursively calls ls-files on each submodule in the repository'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l abbrev -d 'Show only a partial prefix'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l debug -d 'After each line that describes a file, add more data about its cache entry'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command ls-files' -l eol -d 'Show <eolinfo> and <eolattr> of files'
### merge
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a merge -d 'Join two or more development histories together'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l commit -d "Autocommit the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-commit -d "Don't autocommit the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s e -l edit -d 'Edit auto-generated merge message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-edit -d "Don't edit auto-generated merge message"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l ff -d "Don't generate a merge commit if merge is fast-forward"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-ff -d "Generate a merge commit even if merge is fast-forward"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l ff-only -d 'Refuse to merge unless fast-forward possible'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s S -l gpg-sign -d 'GPG-sign the merge commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l log -d 'Populate the log message with one-line descriptions'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-log -d "Don't populate the log message with one-line descriptions"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l signoff -d 'Add Signed-off-by line at the end of the merge commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-signoff -d 'Do not add a Signed-off-by line at the end of the merge commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l stat -d "Show diffstat of the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s n -l no-stat -d "Don't show diffstat of the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l squash -d "Squash changes from other branch as a single commit"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-squash -d "Don't squash changes"
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s s -l strategy -d 'Use the given merge strategy'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s X -l strategy-option -d 'Pass given option to the merge strategy'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l verify-signatures -d 'Abort merge if other branch tip commit is not signed with a valid key'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-verify-signatures -d 'Do not abort merge if other branch tip commit is not signed with a valid key'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l progress -d 'Force progress status'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l no-progress -d 'Force no progress status'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l allow-unrelated-histories -d 'Allow merging even when branches do not share a common history'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s m -d 'Set the commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s rerere-autoupdate -d 'If possible, use previous conflict resolutions'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -s no-rerere-autoupdate -d 'Do not use previous conflict resolutions'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l abort -d 'Abort the current conflict resolution process'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge' -l continue -d 'Conclude current conflict resolution process'
### merge-base
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a merge-base -d 'Find as good common ancestors as possible for a merge'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -s a -l all -d 'Output all merge bases for the commits, instead of just one'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -l octopus -d 'Compute the best common ancestors of all supplied commits'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -l independent -d 'Print a minimal subset of the supplied commits with the same ancestors.'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -l is-ancestor -d 'Check if the first commit is an ancestor of the second commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command merge-base' -l fork-point -d 'Find the point at which a branch forked from another branch ref'
### mergetool
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a mergetool -d 'Run merge conflict resolution tools to resolve merge conflicts'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -s t -l tool -d "Use specific merge resolution program" -a "(__fish_git_diffmerge_tools mergetool)"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -l tool-help -d 'Print a list of merge tools that may be used with `--tool`'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -a "(__fish_git_files unmerged)"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -s y -l no-prompt -d 'Do not prompt before launching a diff tool'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -l 'prompt' -d 'Prompt before each invocation of the merge resolution program'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command mergetool' -s O -d 'Process files in the order specified in the file passed as argument'
### mv
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a mv -d 'Move or rename a file, a directory, or a symlink'
# TODO options
### prune
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a prune -d 'Prune all unreachable objects from the object database'
# TODO options
### pull
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a pull -d 'Fetch from and merge with another repository or a local branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
# Options related to fetching
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l all -d 'Fetch all remotes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s a -l append -d 'Append ref names and object names'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s f -l force -d 'Force update of local branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s k -l keep -d 'Keep downloaded pack'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-tags -d 'Disable automatic tag following'
# TODO --upload-pack
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l progress -d 'Force progress status'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull; and not __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_remotes)' -d 'Remote alias'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_branch_for_remote)'
# Options related to merging
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l commit -d "Autocommit the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-commit -d "Don't autocommit the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s e -l edit -d 'Edit auto-generated merge message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-edit -d "Don't edit auto-generated merge message"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l ff -d "Don't generate a merge commit if merge is fast-forward"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-ff -d "Generate a merge commit even if merge is fast-forward"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l ff-only -d 'Refuse to merge unless fast-forward possible'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s S -l gpg-sign -d 'GPG-sign the merge commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l log -d 'Populate the log message with one-line descriptions'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-log -d "Don't populate the log message with one-line descriptions"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l signoff -d 'Add Signed-off-by line at the end of the merge commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-signoff -d 'Do not add a Signed-off-by line at the end of the merge commit message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l stat -d "Show diffstat of the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s n -l no-stat -d "Don't show diffstat of the merge"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l squash -d "Squash changes from upstream branch as a single commit"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-squash -d "Don't squash changes"
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s s -l strategy -d 'Use the given merge strategy'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s X -l strategy-option -d 'Pass given option to the merge strategy'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l verify-signatures -d 'Abort merge if upstream branch tip commit is not signed with a valid key'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-verify-signatures -d 'Do not abort merge if upstream branch tip commit is not signed with a valid key'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l allow-unrelated-histories -d 'Allow merging even when branches do not share a common history'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -s r -l rebase -d 'Rebase the current branch on top of the upstream branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-rebase -d 'Do not rebase the current branch on top of the upstream branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l autostash -d 'Before starting rebase, stash local changes, and apply stash when done'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command pull' -l no-autostash -d 'Do not stash local changes before starting rebase'
# TODO other options
### range-diff
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a range-diff -d 'Compare two commit ranges (e.g. two versions of a branch)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command range-diff' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command range-diff' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command range-diff' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command range-diff' -l creation-factor -d 'Percentage by which creation is weighted'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command range-diff' -l no-dual-color -d 'Use simple diff colors'
### push
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a push -d 'Update remote refs along with associated objects'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and not __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_remotes)' -d 'Remote alias'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
# The "refspec" here is an optional "+" to signify a force-push
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote; and string match -q "+*" -- (commandline -ct)' -a '+(__fish_git_branches | string replace -r \t".*" "")' -d 'Force-push branch'
# git push REMOTE :BRANCH deletes BRANCH on remote REMOTE
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote; and string match -q ":*" -- (commandline -ct)' -a ':(__fish_git_branch_for_remote | string replace -r \t".*" "")' -d 'Delete remote branch'
# then src:dest (where both src and dest are git objects, so we want to complete branches)
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote; and string match -q "+*:*" -- (commandline -ct)' -a '(commandline -ct | string replace -r ":.*" ""):(__fish_git_branch_for_remote | string replace -r \t".*" "")' -d 'Force-push local branch to remote branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push; and __fish_git_branch_for_remote; and string match -q "*:*" -- (commandline -ct)' -a '(commandline -ct | string replace -r ":.*" ""):(__fish_git_branch_for_remote | string replace -r \t".*" "")' -d 'Push local branch to remote branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l all -d 'Push all refs under refs/heads/'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l prune -d "Remove remote branches that don't have a local counterpart"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l mirror -d 'Push all refs under refs/'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l delete -d 'Delete all listed refs from the remote repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l tags -d 'Push all refs under refs/tags'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l follow-tags -d 'Push all usual refs plus the ones under refs/tags'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s n -l dry-run -d 'Do everything except actually send the updates'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l porcelain -d 'Produce machine-readable output'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s f -l force -d 'Force update of remote refs'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s f -l force-with-lease -d 'Force update of remote refs, stopping if other\'s changes would be overwritten'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s u -l set-upstream -d 'Add upstream (tracking) reference'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command push' -l progress -d 'Force progress status'
# TODO --recurse-submodules=check|on-demand
### rebase
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a rebase -d 'Forward-port local commits to the updated upstream head'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -a '(__fish_git_remotes)' -d 'Remote alias'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l continue -d 'Restart the rebasing process'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l abort -d 'Abort the rebase operation'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l keep-empty -d "Keep the commits that don't change anything"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l skip -d 'Restart the rebasing process by skipping the current patch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s m -l merge -d 'Use merging strategies to rebase'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s v -l verbose -d 'Be verbose'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l stat -d "Show diffstat of the rebase"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s n -l no-stat -d "Don't show diffstat of the rebase"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l verify -d "Allow the pre-rebase hook to run"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l no-verify -d "Don't allow the pre-rebase hook to run"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s f -l force-rebase -d 'Force the rebase'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s i -l interactive -d 'Interactive mode'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s p -l preserve-merges -d 'Try to recreate merges'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -s r -l rebase-merges -a 'rebase-cousins no-rebase-cousins' -d 'Preserve branch structure'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l root -d 'Rebase all reachable commits'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l autosquash -d 'Automatic squashing'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l no-autosquash -d 'No automatic squashing'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l autostash -d 'Before starting rebase, stash local changes, and apply stash when done'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l no-autostash -d 'Do not stash local changes before starting rebase'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l no-ff -d 'No fast-forward'
# This actually takes script for $SHELL, but completing that is... complicated.
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rebase' -l exec -d 'Execute shellscript'
### reflog
set -l reflogcommands show expire delete exists
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a reflog -d 'Manage reflog information'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reflog' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reflog' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command reflog; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $reflogcommands" -a "$reflogcommands"
### reset
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a reset -d 'Reset current HEAD to the specified state'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reset' -l hard -d 'Reset files in working directory'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reset; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
# reset can either undo changes to versioned modified files,
# or remove files from the staging area.
# Deleted files seem to need a "--" separator.
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reset; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_files all-staged modified)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reset; and contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_files all-staged deleted modified)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command reset; and not contains -- -- (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_reflog)' -d 'Reflog'
# TODO options
### restore and switch
# restore options
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a restore -d 'Restore working tree files'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -r -s s -l source -d 'Specify the source tree used to restore the working tree' -a '(__fish_git_refs)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -s p -l patch -d 'Interactive mode'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -s W -l worktree -d 'Restore working tree (default)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -s S -l staged -d 'Restore the index'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l ours -d 'When restoring files, use stage #2 (ours)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l theirs -d 'When restoring files, use stage #3 (theirs)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -s m -l merge -d 'Recreate the conflicted merge in the unmerged paths when restoring files'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l ignore-unmerged -d 'When restoring files, do not abort the operation if there are unmerged entries'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l ignore-skip-worktree-bits -d 'Ignore the sparse-checkout file and unconditionally restore any files in <pathspec>'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l overlay -d 'Never remove files when restoring'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -l no-overlay -d 'Remove files when restoring (default)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore' -a '(__fish_git_files modified deleted unmerged)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore; and contains -- --staged (commandline -opc)' -a '(__fish_git_files added modified-staged deleted-staged renamed copied)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore; and __fish_contains_opt -s s source' -a '(git ls-files)'
# switch options
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a switch -d 'Switch to a branch'
complete -k -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -r -s c -l create -d 'Create a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -r -s C -l force-create -d 'Force create a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -s d -l detach -d 'Switch to a commit for inspection and discardable experiment'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l guess -d 'Guess branch name from remote branch (default)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l no-guess -d 'Do not guess branch name from remote branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -s f -l force -l discard-changes -d 'Proceed even if the index or the working tree differs from HEAD'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -s m -l merge -d 'Merge the current branch and contents of the working tree into a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -s t -l track -d 'Track remote branch when creating a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l no-track -d 'Do not track remote branch when creating a new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -r -l orphan -d 'Create a new orphan branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l ignore-other-worktrees -d 'Force check out of the reference'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l recurse-submodules -d 'Update the work trees of submodules'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command switch' -l no-recurse-submodules -d 'Do not update the work trees of submodules'
# common options
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore switch' -s q -l quiet -d 'Suppress messages'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore switch' -l progress -d 'Report progress status to stderr (default)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore switch' -l no-progress -d 'Do not report progress status to stderr'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore switch' -l 'conflict=merge' -d 'Same as --merge, but specify \'merge\' as the conflicting hunk style (default)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command restore switch' -l 'conflict=diff3' -d 'Same as --merge, but specify \'diff3\' as the conflicting hunk style'
### rev-parse
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a rev-parse -d 'Pick out and massage parameters'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rev-parse' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rev-parse' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -k -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rev-parse' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
### revert
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a revert -d 'Revert an existing commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command revert' -ka '(__fish_git_commits)'
# TODO options
### rm
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a rm -d 'Remove files from the working tree and the index'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -l cached -d 'Unstage files from the index'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm; and __fish_contains_opt cached' -f -a '(__fish_git_files all-staged)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -l ignore-unmatch -d 'Exit with a zero status even if no files matched'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -s r -d 'Allow recursive removal'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -s q -l quiet -d 'Be quiet'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -s f -l force -d 'Override the up-to-date check'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command rm' -s n -l dry-run -d 'Dry run'
# TODO options
### status
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a status -d 'Show the working tree status'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -s s -l short -d 'Give the output in the short-format'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -s b -l branch -d 'Show the branch and tracking info even in short-format'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -l porcelain -d 'Give the output in a stable, easy-to-parse format'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -s z -d 'Terminate entries with null character'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -s u -l untracked-files -x -a 'no normal all' -d 'The untracked files handling mode'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command status' -l ignore-submodules -x -a 'none untracked dirty all' -d 'Ignore changes to submodules'
# TODO options
### tag
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a tag -d 'Create, list, delete or verify a tag object signed with GPG'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag; and __fish_not_contain_opt -s d; and __fish_not_contain_opt -s v; and test (count (commandline -opc | string match -r -v \'^-\')) -eq 3' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s a -l annotate -d 'Make an unsigned, annotated tag object'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s s -l sign -d 'Make a GPG-signed tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s d -l delete -d 'Remove a tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s v -l verify -d 'Verify signature of a tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s f -l force -d 'Force overwriting exising tag'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -s l -l list -d 'List tags'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag' -l contains -xka '(__fish_git_commits)' -d 'List tags that contain a commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command tag; and __fish_contains_opt -s d delete -s v verify' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
# TODO options
### worktree
set -l git_worktree_commands add list lock move prune remove unlock
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a worktree -d 'Manage multiple working trees'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a add -d 'Create a working tree'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a list -d 'List details of each worktree'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a lock -d 'Unlock a working tree'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a move -d 'Move a working tree to a new location'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a prune -d 'Prune working tree information in $GIT_DIR/worktrees'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a remove -d 'Remove a working tree'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command worktree; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $git_worktree_commands" -a unlock -d 'Unlock a working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add move remove' -s f -l force -d 'Override safeguards'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add'
complete -k -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -k -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -a '(__fish_git_heads)' -d 'Head'
complete -k -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -a '(__fish_git_tags)' -d 'Tag'
complete -k -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -a '(__fish_git_unique_remote_branches)' -d 'Unique Remote Branch'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -s b -d 'Create a new branch'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -s B -d 'Create a new branch even if it already exists'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l detach -d 'Detach HEAD in the new working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l checkout -d 'Checkout <commit-ish> after creating working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l no-checkout -d 'Suppress checkout'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l guess-remote
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l no-guess-remote
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l track -d 'Mark <commit-ish> as "upstream" from the new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l no-track -d 'Don\'t mark <commit-ish> as "upstream" from the new branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l lock -d 'Lock working tree after creation'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -s q -l quiet -d 'Suppress feedback messages'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from list' -l porcelain -d 'Output in an easy-to-parse format for scripts'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from lock' -a '(__fish_git_complete_worktrees)'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from lock' -l reason -d 'An explanation why the working tree is locked'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from move' -a '(__fish_git_complete_worktrees)'
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from move'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from prune' -s n -l dry-run -d 'Do not remove anything'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from prune' -s v -l verbose -d 'Report all removals'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from prune' -l expire -d 'Only expire unused working trees older than <time>'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from remove' -a '(__fish_git_complete_worktrees)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command worktree; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from unlock' -a '(__fish_git_complete_worktrees)'
### stash
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a stash -d 'Stash away changes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a list -d 'List stashes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a show -d 'Show the changes recorded in the stash'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a pop -d 'Apply and remove a single stashed state'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a apply -d 'Apply a single stashed state'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a clear -d 'Remove all stashed states'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a drop -d 'Remove a single stashed state from the stash list'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a create -d 'Create a stash'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a save -d 'Save a new stash'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a branch -d 'Create a new branch from a stash'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command stash; and __fish_git_stash_not_using_subcommand' -a push -d 'Create a new stash with given files'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command apply' -a '(__fish_git_complete_stashes)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command branch' -a '(__fish_git_complete_stashes)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command drop' -a '(__fish_git_complete_stashes)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command pop' -a '(__fish_git_complete_stashes)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command show' -a '(__fish_git_complete_stashes)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command push' -a '(__fish_git_files modified deleted)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command push' -s p -l patch -d 'Interactively select hunks'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_stash_using_command push' -s m -l message -d 'Add a description'
### config
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a config -d 'Set and read git configuration variables'
# TODO options
### format-patch
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a format-patch -d 'Generate patch series to send upstream'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -a '(__fish_git_branches)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -s p -l no-stat -d "Generate plain patches without diffstat"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -s s -l no-patch -d "Suppress diff output"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l minimal -d "Spend more time to create smaller diffs"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l patience -d "Generate diff with the 'patience' algorithm"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l histogram -d "Generate diff with the 'histogram' algorithm"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l stdout -d "Print all commits to stdout in mbox format"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l numstat -d "Show number of added/deleted lines in decimal notation"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l shortstat -d "Output only last line of the stat"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l summary -d "Output a condensed summary of extended header information"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l no-renames -d "Disable rename detection"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l full-index -d "Show full blob object names"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l binary -d "Output a binary diff for use with git apply"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l find-copies-harder -d "Also inspect unmodified files as source for a copy"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l text -s a -d "Treat all files as text"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l ignore-space-at-eol -d "Ignore changes in whitespace at EOL"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l ignore-space-change -s b -d "Ignore changes in amount of whitespace"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l ignore-all-space -s w -d "Ignore whitespace when comparing lines"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l ignore-blank-lines -d "Ignore changes whose lines are all blank"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l function-context -s W -d "Show whole surrounding functions of changes"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l ext-diff -d "Allow an external diff helper to be executed"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l no-ext-diff -d "Disallow external diff helpers"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l no-textconv -d "Disallow external text conversion filters for binary files (Default)"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l textconv -d "Allow external text conversion filters for binary files (Resulting diff is unappliable)"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l no-prefix -d "Do not show source or destination prefix"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l numbered -s n -d "Name output in [Patch n/m] format, even with a single patch"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command format-patch' -l no-numbered -s N -d "Name output in [Patch] format, even with multiple patches"
## git submodule
set -l submodulecommands add status init update summary foreach sync
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a submodule -d 'Initialize, update or inspect submodules'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'add' -d 'Add a submodule'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'status' -d 'Show submodule status'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'init' -d 'Initialize all submodules'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'update' -d 'Update all submodules'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'summary' -d 'Show commit summary'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'foreach' -d 'Run command on each submodule'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -a 'sync' -d 'Sync submodules\' URL with .gitmodules'
complete -f -c git -n "__fish_git_using_command submodule; and not __fish_seen_subcommand_from $submodulecommands" -s q -l quiet -d "Only print error messages"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l init -d "Initialize all submodules"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l checkout -d "Checkout the superproject's commit on a detached HEAD in the submodule"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l merge -d "Merge the superproject's commit into the current branch of the submodule"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l rebase -d "Rebase current branch onto the superproject's commit"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -s N -l no-fetch -d "Don't fetch new objects from the remote"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l remote -d "Instead of using superproject's SHA-1, use the state of the submodule's remote-tracking branch"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from update' -l force -d "Throw away local changes when switching to a different commit and always run checkout"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from add' -l force -d "Also add ignored submodule path"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from deinit' -l force -d "Remove even with local changes"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from status summary' -l cached -d "Use the commit stored in the index"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from summary' -l files -d "Compare the commit in the index with submodule HEAD"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from foreach update status' -l recursive -d "Traverse submodules recursively"
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command submodule; and __fish_seen_subcommand_from foreach' -a "(__fish_complete_subcommand --fcs-skip=3)"
## git whatchanged
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a whatchanged -d 'Show logs with difference each commit introduces'
## Aliases (custom user-defined commands)
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a '(__fish_git_aliases)'
### git clean
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a clean -d 'Remove untracked files from the working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s f -l force -d 'Force run'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s i -l interactive -d 'Show what would be done and clean files interactively'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s n -l dry-run -d 'Don\'t actually remove anything, just show what would be done'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s q -l quite -d 'Be quiet, only report errors'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s d -d 'Remove untracked directories in addition to untracked files'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s x -d 'Remove ignored files, as well'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command clean' -s X -d 'Remove only ignored files'
# TODO -e option
### git blame
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a blame -d 'Show what revision and author last modified each line of a file'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s b -d 'Show blank SHA-1 for boundary commits'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l root -d 'Do not treat root commits as boundaries'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l show-stats -d 'Include additional statistics'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s L -d 'Annotate only the given line range'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s l -d 'Show long rev'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s t -d 'Show raw timestamp'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s S -d 'Use revisions from named file instead of calling rev-list'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l reverse -d 'Walk history forward instead of backward'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s p -l porcelain -d 'Show in a format designed for machine consumption'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l line-porcelain -d 'Show the porcelain format'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l incremental -d 'Show the result incrementally'
complete -r -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l contents -d 'Instead of working tree, use the contents of the named file'
complete -x -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -l date -d 'Specifies the format used to output dates'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s M -d 'Detect moved or copied lines within a file'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s C -d 'Detect lines moved or copied from other files that were modified in the same commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s h -d 'Show help message'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s c -d 'Use the same output mode as git-annotate'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s f -l show-name -d 'Show the filename in the original commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s n -l show-number -d 'Show the line number in the original commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s s -d 'Suppress the author name and timestamp from the output'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s e -l show-email -d 'Show the author email instead of author name'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command blame' -s w -d 'Ignore whitespace changes'
### help
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a help -d 'Display help information about Git'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a '(__fish_git_help_all_concepts)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a add -d 'Add file contents to the index'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a apply -d 'Apply a patch on a git index file and a working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a archive -d 'Create an archive of files from a named tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a bisect -d 'Find the change that introduced a bug by binary search'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a blame -d 'Show what revision and author last modified each line of a file'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a branch -d 'List, create, or delete branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a checkout -d 'Checkout and switch to a branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a cherry-pick -d 'Apply the change introduced by an existing commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a clean -d 'Remove untracked files from the working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a clone -d 'Clone a repository into a new directory'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a commit -d 'Record changes to the repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a config -d 'Set and read git configuration variables'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a describe -d 'Give an object a human-readable name'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a diff -d 'Show changes between commits, commit and working tree, etc'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a difftool -d 'Open diffs in a visual tool'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a fetch -d 'Download objects and refs from another repository'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a filter-branch -d 'Rewrite branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a format-patch -d 'Generate patch series to send upstream'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a grep -d 'Print lines matching a pattern'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a init -d 'Create an empty git repository or reinitialize an existing one'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a log -d 'Show commit logs'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a ls-files -d 'Show information about files in the index and the working tree'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a merge -d 'Join two or more development histories together'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a merge-base -d 'Find as good common ancestors as possible for a merge'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a mergetool -d 'Run merge conflict resolution tools to resolve merge conflicts'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a mv -d 'Move or rename a file, a directory, or a symlink'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a prune -d 'Prune all unreachable objects from the object database'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a pull -d 'Fetch from and merge with another repository or a local branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a push -d 'Update remote refs along with associated objects'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a range-diff -d 'Compare two commit ranges (e.g. two versions of a branch)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a rebase -d 'Forward-port local commits to the updated upstream head'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a reflog -d 'Manage reflog information'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a remote -d 'Manage set of tracked repositories'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a reset -d 'Reset current HEAD to the specified state'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a restore -d 'Restore working tree files'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a revert -d 'Revert an existing commit'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a rev-parse -d 'Pick out and massage parameters'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a rm -d 'Remove files from the working tree and from the index'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a show -d 'Shows the last commit of a branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a show-branch -d 'Shows the commits on branches'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a stash -d 'Stash away changes'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a status -d 'Show the working tree status'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a submodule -d 'Initialize, update or inspect submodules'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a switch -d 'Switch to a branch'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a tag -d 'Create, list, delete or verify a tag object signed with GPG'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a whatchanged -d 'Show logs with difference each commit introduces'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command help' -a worktree -d 'Manage multiple working trees'
# Complete both options and possible parameters to `git config`
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l global -d 'Get/set global configuration'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l system -d 'Get/set system configuration'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l local -d 'Get/set local repo configuration'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -s f -l file -d 'Read config from file'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l blob -d 'Read config from blob' -ra '(__fish_complete_suffix '')'
# If no argument is specified, it's as if --get was used
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config; and __fish_is_token_n 3' -fa '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config; and __fish_is_first_arg' -l get -d 'Get config with name' -ra '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l get -d 'Get config with name' -ra '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l get-all -d 'Get all values matching key' -a '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l get-urlmatch -d 'Get value specific for the section url' -r
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l replace-all -d 'Replace all matching variables' -ra '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l add -d 'Add a new variable' -r
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l unset -d 'Remove a variable' -a '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l unset-all -d 'Remove matching variables' -a '(__fish_git_config_keys)'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l rename-section -d 'Rename section' -r
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -s l -l list -d 'List all variables'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -s e -l edit -d 'Open configuration in an editor'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -s t -l type -d 'Value is of given type'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l bool -d 'Value is \'true\' or \'false\''
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l int -d 'Value is a decimal number'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l bool-or-int -d 'Value is --bool or --int'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l path -d 'Value is a path'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l expiry-date -d 'Value is an expiry date'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -s z -l null -d 'Terminate values with NUL byte'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l name-only -d 'Show variable names only'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l includes -d 'Respect include directives'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config' -l show-origin -d 'Show origin of configuration'
complete -f -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command config; and __fish_seen_argument get' -l default -d 'Use default value when missing entry'
complete -c git -n '__fish_prev_arg_in bisect' -xa "help start bad good new old terms skip next reset visualize view replay log run"
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_using_command bisect; and __fish_seen_argument --' -xa "(__fish_complete_suffix)"
## Custom commands (git-* commands installed in the PATH)
complete -c git -n '__fish_git_needs_command' -a '(__fish_git_custom_commands)' -d 'Custom command'
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