This is a Bash completion script for the
command-line tools from the Google Android SDK. If you'd like to add
completions for other Android tools, please let me know.
Install bash-completion. On many Linux distributions it is installed and enabled by default. If you don't have it already, you can probably find it in your package repository (e.g. "aptitude install bash-completion"). Mac OS X users can find it in Fink or MacPorts.
Copy the "android" file from this directory into the /etc/bash_completion.d folder (under "/sw/etc" or "/opt/local/etc" on Mac OS X).
Restart your shell.
Note: If you can't install the bash-completion package, you can still use the android completion script just by sourcing it from your bashrc or profile.
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