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Update kubectl bash completion usage in the doc. #1092

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xingzhou opened this Issue Aug 25, 2016 · 0 comments

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xingzhou commented Aug 25, 2016

As we have moved the shell script into kubectl completion command in #23801, it's better to update the bash completion usage in the doc.

will submit a path then.

xingzhou added a commit to xingzhou/official.kubernetes.github.io that referenced this issue Aug 25, 2016

Updated kubectl bash completion usage in the doc.
We have moved the shell script into `kubectl completion` command in [#23801](kubernetes/kubernetes#23801), updated the bash completion usage in the doc.

Fixes kubernetes#1092

xingzhou added a commit to xingzhou/official.kubernetes.github.io that referenced this issue Aug 29, 2016

Updated kubectl bash completion usage in the doc.
We have moved the shell script into `kubectl completion` command in [#23801](kubernetes/kubernetes#23801), updated the bash completion usage in the doc.

Fixes kubernetes#1092

xingzhou added a commit to xingzhou/official.kubernetes.github.io that referenced this issue Aug 30, 2016

Updated kubectl bash completion usage in the doc.
We have moved the shell script into `kubectl completion` command in [#23801](kubernetes/kubernetes#23801), updated the bash completion usage in the doc.

Fixes kubernetes#1092

devin-donnelly added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 30, 2016

Updated kubectl bash completion usage in the doc. (#1093)
We have moved the shell script into `kubectl completion` command in [#23801](kubernetes/kubernetes#23801), updated the bash completion usage in the doc.

Fixes #1092
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