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#compdef git git-cvsserver git-receive-pack git-upload-archive git-upload-pack git-shell gitk tig
# Some parts of this completion's behaviour are configurable:
#
# Say you got your own git sub-commands (git will run a program `git-foo'
# when you run "git foo") and you want "git f<tab>" to complete that sub
# commands name for you. You can make that sub-command know to the completion
# via the user-command style:
#
# % zstyle ':completion:*:*:git:*' user-commands foo:'description for foo'
#
# `user-commands' is a list style, so you can add any number of programs there.
# The :description part is optional, so you could add all git-* programs from
# your $path like this:
#
# % zstyle ':completion:*:*:git:*' user-commands ${${(M)${(k)commands}:#git-*}/git-/}
#
# A better solution is to create a function _git-foo() to handle specific
# completion for that command. This also allows you to add command-specific
# completion as well. Place such a function inside an autoloaded #compdef file
# and you should be all set. You can add a description to such a function by
# adding a line matching
#
# #description DESCRIPTION
#
# as the second line in the file. See
# Completion/Debian/Command/_git-buildpackage in the Zsh sources for an
# example.
#
# As this solution is so much better than the user-commands zstyle method, the
# zstyle method is now DEPRECATED. It will most likely be removed in the next
# major release of Zsh (5.0).
#
# When _git does not know a given sub-command (say `bar'), it falls back to
# completing file names for all arguments to that sub command. I.e.:
#
# % git bar <tab>
#
# ...will complete file names. If you do *not* want that fallback to be used,
# use the `use-fallback' style like this:
#
# % zstyle ':completion:*:*:git*:*' use-fallback false
# TODO: There is still undocumented configurability in here.
# HIGH-LEVEL COMMANDS (PORCELAIN)
# Main Porcelain Commands
(( $+functions[_git-add] )) ||
_git-add () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local ignore_missing=
if (( words[(I)-n|--dry-run] )); then
ignore_missing='--ignore-missing[check if files (even missing) are ignored in dry run]'
fi
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[do not actually add files; only show which ones would be added]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[show files as they are added]' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[allow adding otherwise ignored files]' \
'(-i --interactive : -)'{-i,--interactive}'[add contents interactively to index]' \
'(-p --patch)'{-p,--patch}'[like -i but go directly into patch mode for specified files]' \
'(-e --edit)'{-e,--edit}'[open diff against index in editor]' \
'(-u --update -A --all)'{-u,--update}'[update only files git already knows about]' \
'(-A --all -u --update)'{-A,--all}'[act as both add . and add -u]' \
'(-N --intent-to-add)'{-N,--intent-to-add}'[record only that path will be added later]' \
'--refresh[do not add files, but refresh their stat() info in index]' \
'--ignore-errors[continue adding if an error occurs]' \
$ignore_missing \
'*:: :->file' && return
case $state in
(file)
declare -a ignored_files_alternatives
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-f|--force]} ]]; then
ignored_files_alternatives=(
'ignored-modified-files:ignored modified files:__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_modified_files --ignored'
'ignored-other-files:ignored other files:__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_other_files --ignored')
fi
_alternative \
'modified-files::__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_modified_files' \
'other-files::__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_other_files' \
$ignored_files_alternatives && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-am] )) ||
_git-am () {
local -a apply_options
__git_setup_apply_options
# NOTE: --rebasing and --resolvemsg are only for internal use between git
# rebase and git am.
# TODO: --patch-format is undocumented.
# TODO: --rerere-autoupdate and --no-rerere-autoupdate are
# undocumented (and not implemented here).
_arguments -S \
'(-s --signoff)'{-s,--signoff}'[add Signed-off-by: line to the commit message]' \
'(-k --keep)'{-k,--keep}'[pass -k to git mailinfo]' \
'( --no-keep-cr)--keep-cr[pass --keep-cr to git mailsplit]' \
'(--keep-cr )--no-keep-cr[do not pass --keep-cr to git mailsplit]' \
'(-c --scissors --no-scissors)'{-c,--scissors}'[strip everything before a scissors line]' \
'(-c --scissors --no-scissors)--no-scissors[ignore scissors lines]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[only print error messages]' \
'(-u --utf8 --no-utf8)'{-u,--utf8}'[pass -u to git mailinfo]' \
'(-u --utf8 --no-utf8)--no-utf8[pass -n to git mailinfo]' \
'(-3 --3way)'{-3,--3way}'[use 3-way merge if patch does not apply cleanly]' \
$apply_options \
'(-i --interactive)'{-i,--interactive}'[apply patches interactively]' \
'--committer-date-is-author-date[use author date as committer date]' \
'--ignore-date[use committer date as author date]' \
'--skip[skip the current patch]' \
'(--continue -r --resolved)'{--continue,-r,--resolved}'[continue after resolving patch failure by hand]' \
'--abort[restore the original branch and abort the patching operation]' \
'--patch-format=-[specify format patches are in]:patch format:((mbox\:"mbox format"
stgit-series\:"StGit patch series"
stgit\:"stgit format"))' \
'*:mbox file:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-archive] )) ||
_git-archive () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
declare -a backend_args
if (( words[(I)--format=*] > 0 && words[(I)--format=*] < CURRENT )); then
case ${words[$words[(I)--format=*]]#--format=} in
(zip)
backend_args=(
'-0[do not deflate files]'
'-1[minimum compression]'
'-2[a little more compression]'
'-3[slightly more compression]'
'-4[a bit more compression]'
'-5[even more compression]'
'-6[slightly even more compression]'
'-7[getting there]'
'-8[close to maximum compression]'
'-9[maximum compression]')
;;
esac
fi
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'--format=-[format of the resulting archive]:archive format:__git_archive_formats' \
'(- :)'{-l,--list}'[list available archive formats]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[report progress to stderr]' \
'--prefix=-[prepend the given path prefix to each filename]:path prefix:_directories -r ""' \
'--output=[write archive to argument instead of stdout]:archive:_files' \
'--worktree-attributes[look for attributes in .gitattributes in working directory too]' \
$backend_args \
'--remote=[archive remote repository]:remote repository:__git_any_repositories' \
'--exec=[path to git-receive-pack on remote]:remote path:_files' \
': :__git_tree_ishs' \
'*: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1] && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-applymbox] )) ||
_git-applymbox () {
_arguments -A '-*' \
'-k[do not modify "Subject:" header]' \
'-m[apply patches with "git-apply" and fail if patch is unclean]' \
'-q[apply patches interactively]' \
'-u[encode commit information in UTF-8]' \
'(1)-c[restart command after fixing an unclean patch]:patch:_files -g ".dotest/0*"' \
':mbox file:_files' \
'::signoff file:__git_signoff_file'
}
(( $+functions[_git-bisect] )) ||
_git-bisect () {
# TODO: next subcommand is undocumented. Git-bisect.sh mentions that the
# subcommand might be removed from the UI level.
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'--help[display git-bisect manual page]' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
help:'display a short usage description'
start:'reset bisection state and start a new bisection'
bad:'mark current or given revision as bad'
good:'mark current or given revision as good'
skip:'choose a nearby commit'
next:'find next bisection to test and check it out'
reset:'finish bisection search and return to the given branch (or master)'
visualize:'show the remaining revisions in gitk'
view:'show the remaining revisions in gitk'
replay:'replay a bisection log'
log:'show the log of the current bisection'
run:'run evaluation script')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(start)
_arguments -C \
':bad revision:__git_commits' \
'*: :->revision-or-path' && ret=0
case $state in
(revision-or-path)
if compset -N '--' || ! __git_is_committish $line[CURRENT-1]; then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'revisions::__git_revisions' \
'files::__git_cached_files' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
;;
(bad)
_arguments \
': :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(good|skip)
# TODO: skip can take revlists.
_arguments \
'*: :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(replay)
_arguments \
':log file:_files' && ret=0
;;
(reset)
_arguments \
': :__git_heads' && ret=0
;;
(run)
_arguments \
'*:: : _normal' && ret=0
;;
(view|visualize)
local -a log_options revision_options
__git_setup_log_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -w -C -s \
$log_options \
$revision_options && ret=0
(*)
_nothing
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-branch] )) ||
_git-branch () {
declare l c m d
l='--color --no-color -r -a -v --verbose --abbrev --no-abbrev'
c='-l -f --force -t --track --no-track --set-upstream --contains --merged --no-merged'
m='-m -M'
d='-d -D'
declare -a dependent_creation_args
if (( words[(I)-r] == 0 )); then
dependent_creation_args=(
"($l $m $d): :__git_branch_names"
"::start-point:__git_revisions")
fi
declare -a dependent_deletion_args
if (( words[(I)-d] || words[(I)-D] )); then
dependent_creation_args=
dependent_deletion_args=(
'-r[delete only remote-tracking branches]')
if (( words[(I)-r] )); then
dependent_deletion_args+='*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_remote_branch_names'
else
dependent_deletion_args+='*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_branch_names'
fi
fi
declare -a dependent_modification_args
if (( words[(I)-m] || words[(I)-M] )); then
dependent_creation_args=
dependent_modification_args=(
':old or new branch name:__git_branch_names'
'::new branch name:__git_branch_names')
fi
_arguments -w -S -s \
"($c $m $d --no-color :)--color=-[turn on branch coloring]:: :__git_color_whens" \
"($c $m $d : --color)--no-color[turn off branch coloring]" \
"($c $m -a)-r[list or delete only remote-tracking branches]" \
"($c $m $d : -r)-a[list both remote-tracking branches and local branches]" \
"($c $m $d : -v --verbose)"{-v,--verbose}'[show SHA1 and commit subject line for each head]' \
"($c $m $d :)--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length" \
"($c $m $d :)--no-abbrev[do not abbreviate sha1s]" \
"($l $m $d)-l[create the branch's reflog]" \
"($l $m $d -f --force)"{-f,--force}"[force the creation of a new branch]" \
"($l $m $d -t --track)"{-t,--track}"[set up configuration so that pull merges from the start point]" \
"($l $m $d)--no-track[override the branch.autosetupmerge configuration variable]" \
"($l $m $d)--set-upstream[set up configuration so that pull merges]" \
"($l $m $d)--contains=[only list branches which contain the specified commit]: :__git_committishs" \
"($l $m $d)--merged=[only list branches which are fully contained by HEAD]: :__git_committishs" \
"($l $m $d)--no-merged=[do not list branches which are fully contained by HEAD]: :__git_committishs" \
$dependent_creation_args \
"($l $c $d -M)-m[rename a branch and the corresponding reflog]" \
"($l $c $d -m)-M[rename a branch even if the new branch-name already exists]" \
$dependent_modification_args \
"($l $c $m -D)-d[delete a fully merged branch]" \
"($l $c $m -d)-D[delete a branch]" \
$dependent_deletion_args
}
(( $+functions[_git-bundle] )) ||
_git-bundle () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
'create:create a bundle'
'verify:check that a bundle is valid and will apply cleanly'
'list-heads:list references defined in bundle'
'unbundle:unbundle a bundle to repository')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(create)
if (( CURRENT == 2 )); then
_arguments \
':bundle:_files' && ret=0
else
local revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -w -S -s \
$revision_options \
': :_files' \
'*: :__git_commit_ranges2' && ret=0
fi
;;
(verify)
_arguments \
':bundle:_files' && ret=0
;;
(list-heads|unbundle)
_arguments \
'*: :__git_ref_specs' && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-checkout] )) ||
_git-checkout () {
# TODO: __git_tree_ishs is just stupid. It should be giving us a list of tags
# and perhaps also allow all that just with ^{tree} and so on. Not quite sure
# how to do that, though.
local new_branch_reflog_opt
if (( words[(I)-b|-B] )); then
new_branch_reflog_opt="(--patch)-l[create the new branch's reflog]"
fi
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -s \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress feedback messages]' \
'(-f --force -m --merge --conflict --patch)'{-f,--force}'[force branch switch/ignore unmerged entries]' \
'(-q --quiet --theirs --patch)--ours[check out stage #2 for unmerged paths]' \
'(-q --quiet --ours --patch)--theirs[check out stage #3 for unmerged paths]' \
'( -B --orphan --ours --theirs --conflict --patch)-b[create a new branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
'(-b --orphan --ours --theirs --conflict --patch)-B[create or update branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
'(-t --track --orphan --patch)'{-t,--track}'[set up configuration so pull merges from the base commit]' \
'(--patch)--no-track[override the branch.autosetupmerge configuration variable]' \
$new_branch_reflog_opt \
'(-b -B -t --track --patch)--orphan[create a new orphan branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
'(-q --quiet -f --force -m --merge --conflict --patch)'{-m,--merge}'[3way merge current branch, working tree and new branch]' \
'(-q --quiet -f --force -m --merge --patch)--conflict[same as --merge, using given merge style]:style:(merge diff3)' \
'(-)'{-p,--patch}'[interactively select hunks in diff between given tree-ish and working tree]' \
'(-)--[start file arguments]' \
'*:: :->branch-or-tree-ish-or-file' && ret=0
case $state in
(branch-or-tree-ish-or-file)
# TODO: Something about *:: brings us here when we complete at “-”. I
# guess that this makes sense in a way, as we might want to treat it as
# an argument, but I can’t find anything in the documentation about this
# behavior.
[[ $line[CURRENT] = -* ]] && return
if (( CURRENT == 1 )) && [[ -z $opt_args[(I)--] ]]; then
# TODO: Allow A...B
local branch_arg='branches::__git_revisions' \
tree_ish_arg='tree-ishs::__git_tree_ishs' \
file_arg='modified-files::__git_modified_files'
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-b|-B|--orphan]} ]]; then
tree_ish_arg=
file_arg=
elif [[ -n $opt_args[(I)--track] ]]; then
branch_arg='remote-branches::__git_remote_branch_names'
tree_ish_arg=
file_arg=
elif [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--ours|--theirs|-m|--conflict|--patch]} ]]; then
branch_arg=
fi
_alternative \
$branch_arg \
$tree_ish_arg \
$file_arg && ret=0
elif [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-b|-B|-t|--track|--orphan]} ]]; then
_nothing
elif [[ -n $line[1] ]] && __git_is_treeish $line[1]; then
__git_ignore_line __git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1] && ret=0
else
__git_ignore_line __git_modified_files && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-cherry-pick] )) ||
_git-cherry-pick () {
_arguments \
'(-e --edit --ff)'{-e,--edit}'[edit commit before committing the revert]' \
'(--ff)-x[append information about what commit was cherry-picked]' \
'(-m --mainline)'{-m,--mainline}'[specify mainline when cherry-picking a merge commit]:parent number' \
'(-n --no-commit --ff)'{-n,--no-commit}'[do not make the actually commit]' \
'(-s --signoff --ff)'{-s,--signoff}'[add Signed-off-by line at the end of the commit message]' \
'(-e --edit -x -n --no-commit -s --signoff)--ff[fast forward, if possible]' \
': :__git_revisions'
}
(( $+functions[_git-citool] )) ||
_git-citool () {
_nothing
}
(( $+functions[_git-clean] )) ||
_git-clean () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'-d[also remove untracked directories]' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[required when clean.requireForce is true (default)]' \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[only show what would and what would not be removed]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[only report errors]' \
'*'{-e,--exclude=}'[skip files matching specified pattern]:pattern' \
'(-X )-x[also remove ignored files]' \
'( -x)-X[remove only ignored files]' \
'*: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
local exclusion ignored_other_files_alt other_files_alt
declare -a exclusions
for spec in $opt_args[-e] $opt_args[--exclude]; do
integer i
for (( i = 1; i <= $#spec; i++ )); do
case $spec[i] in
(\\)
if (( i + 1 <= $#spec )) && [[ $spec[i+1] == : ]]; then
(( i++ ))
exclusion+=:
else
exclusion+=$spec[i]
fi
;;
(:)
exclusions+=(-x $exclusion) exclusion=
;;
(*)
exclusion+=$spec[i]
;;
esac
done
done
[[ -n $exclusion ]] && exclusions+=(-x $exclusion)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-x|-X]} ]]; then
ignored_other_files_alt="ignored-untracked-files::__git_ignored_other_files $exclusions"
fi
if [[ -z ${opt_args[(I)-X]} ]]; then
other_files_alt="untracked-files::__git_other_files $exclusions"
fi
_alternative \
$ignored_other_files_alt \
$other_files_alt && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-clone] )) ||
_git-clone () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
# TODO: Argument to -o should be a remote name.
# TODO: Argument to -b should complete branch names in the repository being
# cloned.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-l --local)'{-l,--local}'[clone locally, hardlink refs and objects if possible]' \
'--no-hardlinks[copy files instead of hardlinking when doing a local clone]' \
'(-s --shared)'{-s,--shared}'[share the objects with the source repository (warning: see man page)]' \
'--reference[reference repository]:repository:_directories' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[operate quietly]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[always display the progressbar]' \
'--progress[output progress even if stderr is not a terminal]' \
'(-n --no-checkout)'{-n,--no-checkout}'[do not checkout HEAD after clone is complete]' \
'(-o --origin)--bare[make a bare GIT repository]' \
'(--bare)--mirror[clone refs into refs/* instead of refs/remotes/origin/*]' \
'(-o --origin --bare)'{-o,--origin}'[use given remote name instead of "origin"]: :__git_guard_branch-name' \
'(-b --branch)'{-b,--branch}'[point HEAD to the given branch]: :__git_guard_branch-name' \
'(-u --upload-pack)'{-u,--upload-pack=}'[specify path to git-upload-pack on remote side]:remote path' \
'--template=[directory to use as a template for the object database]: :_directories' \
'--depth[create a shallow clone, given number of revisions deep]: :__git_guard_number depth' \
'--recursive[initialize all contained submodules]' \
': :->repository' \
': :_directories' && ret=0
case $state in
(repository)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-l|--local|--no-hardlinks|-s|--shared|--reference]} ]]; then
__git_local_repositories && ret=0
else
__git_any_repositories && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-commit] )) ||
_git-commit () {
local amend_opt='--amend[amend the tip of the current branch]'
if __git_is_initial_commit || __git_is_in_middle_of_merge; then
amend_opt=
fi
local reset_author_opt=
if (( words[(I)-C|--reuse-message(=*|)|-c|--reedit-message(=*|)|--amend] )); then
reset_author_opt='(--author)--reset-author[make committer the author of the commit]'
fi
# TODO: --null is an undocumented alias.
# TODO: --interactive isn’t explicitly listed in the documentation.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-a --all --interactive -o --only -i --include *)'{-a,--all}'[stage all modified and deleted paths]' \
$reset_author_opt \
'( --porcelain --dry-run)--short[output dry run in short format]' \
'(--short --dry-run)--porcelain[output dry run in porcelain-ready format]' \
'(--short --porcelain --dry-run -z --null)'{-z,--null}'[separate dry run entry output with NUL]' \
'(--reset-author)--author[override the author name used in the commit]:author name' \
'--date=[override the author date used in the commit]:date' \
'(-s --signoff)'{-s,--signoff}'[add Signed-off-by line at the end of the commit message]' \
'(-n --no-verify)'{-n,--no-verify}'[do not look for suspicious lines the commit introduces]' \
'--allow-empty[allow recording an empty commit]' \
'--allow-empty-message[allow recording a commit with an empty message]' \
'--cleanup=[specify how the commit message should be cleaned up]:mode:((verbatim\:"don'\''t change the commit message at all"
whitespace\:"remove leading and trailing whitespace lines"
strip\:"remove both whitespace and commentary lines"
default\:"act as '\''strip'\'' if the message is to be edited and as '\''whitespace'\'' otherwise"))' \
'(-e --edit)'{-e,--edit}'[edit the commit message before committing]' \
'(-a --all --interactive -o --only -i --include)'{-i,--include}'[update the given files and commit the whole index]' \
'(-a --all --interactive -o --only -i --include)'{-o,--only}'[commit only the given files]' \
'(-u --untracked-files)'{-u-,--untracked-files=}'[show files in untracked directories]::mode:((no\:"show no untracked files"
normal\:"show untracked files and directories"
all\:"show individual files in untracked directories"))' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[show unified diff of all file changes]' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress commit summary message]' \
'--dry-run[only show list of paths that are to be commited or not, and any untracked]' \
'( --no-status)--status[include the output of git status in the commit message template]' \
'(--status )--no-status[do not include the output of git status in the commit message template]' \
'(-a --all --interactive -o --only -i --include *)--interactive[interactively update paths in the index file]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_changed_files' \
- '(message)' \
{-C,--reuse-message=}'[use existing commit object with same log message]: :__git_commits' \
{-c,--reedit-message=}'[use existing commit object and edit log message]: :__git_commits' \
{-F,--file=}'[read commit message from given file]: :_files' \
{-m,--message=}'[use the given message as the commit message]:message' \
{-t,--template=}'[use file as a template commit message]:template:_files' \
$amend_opt
}
(( $+functions[_git-describe] )) ||
_git-describe () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(*)--dirty=-[describe HEAD, adding mark if dirty]::mark' \
'--all[use any ref found in "$GIT_DIR/refs/"]' \
'--tags[use any ref found in "$GIT_DIR/refs/tags"]' \
'(--tags)--contains[find the tag after the commit instead of before]' \
'(--long)--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length' \
'( --exact-match)--candidates=[consider up to given number of candidates]: :__git_guard_number "number of candidates"' \
'(--candidates )--exact-match[only output exact matches, same as --candidates=0]' \
'--debug[display information about the searching strategy]' \
'(--abbrev)--long[always show full format, even for exact matches]' \
'--match=[only consider tags matching glob pattern]:pattern' \
'--always[show uniquely abbreviated commit object as fallback]' \
'*: :__git_committishs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-diff] )) ||
_git-diff () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local -a diff_options
__git_setup_diff_options
_arguments -w -C -s \
$* \
$diff_options \
'(--cached --staged)'{--cached,--staged}'[show diff between index and named commit]' \
'(-)--[start file arguments]' \
'*:: :->from-to-file' && ret=0
case $state in
(from-to-file)
case $CURRENT in
(1)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--cached|--staged]} ]]; then
__git_changed-in-index_files && ret=0
else
__git_changed-in-working-tree_files && ret=0
fi
else
local files_alt='files::__git_changed-in-working-tree_files'
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--cached|--staged]} ]]; then
files_alt='files::__git_changed-in-index_files'
fi
_alternative \
'commit-ranges::__git_commit_ranges' \
'blobs-and-trees-in-treeish::__git_blobs_and_trees_in_treeish' \
$files_alt \
'blobs::__git_blobs ' && ret=0
fi
;;
(2)
if __git_is_committish_range $line[1]; then
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $(__git_committish_range_last $line[1]) && ret=0
elif __git_is_committish $line[1] || __git_is_treeish $line[1]; then
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
__git_changed-in-working-tree_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'commits::__git_commits' \
'blobs-and-trees-in-treeish::__git_blobs_and_trees_in_treeish' \
'files::__git_changed-in-working-tree_files' && ret=0
fi
elif __git_is_blob $line[1]; then
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'files::__git_cached_files' \
'blobs::__git_blobs' && ret=0
fi
elif [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--cached|--staged]} ]]; then
__git_changed-in-index_files && ret=0
else
__git_changed-in-working-tree_files && ret=0
fi
;;
(*)
if __git_is_committish_range $line[1]; then
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $(__git_committish_range_last $line[1]) && ret=0
elif { __git_is_committish $line[1] && __git_is_committish $line[2] } ||
__git_is_treeish $line[2]; then
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[2] && ret=0
elif __git_is_blob $line[1] && __git_is_blob $line[2]; then
_nothing
else
__git_changed-in-working-tree_files && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-fetch] )) ||
_git-fetch () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local -a fetch_options
__git_setup_fetch_options
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
$fetch_options \
'--multiple[allow several repository arguments]' \
'*:: :->repository-or-group-or-refspec' && ret=0
case $state in
(repository-or-group-or-refspec)
if (( CURRENT > 1 )) && [[ -z ${opt_args[(I)--multiple]} ]]; then
__git_ref_specs && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'remotes::__git_remotes' \
'remotes-groups::__git_remotes_groups' \
'local-repositories::__git_local_repositories' \
'remote-repositories::__git_remote_repositories' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-format-patch] )) ||
_git-format-patch () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local -a diff_options
__git_setup_diff_options
# TODO: -- is wrong.
# TODO: Should filter out --name-only, --name-status, and --check from
# $diff_options.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
$diff_options \
'--[limit the number of patches to prepare]: :__git_guard_number "number of patches to prepare"' \
'(-o --output-directory --stdout)'{-o,--output-directory}'[store resulting files in given directory]: :_directories' \
'(-n --numbered -N --no-numbered -k --keep-subject)'{-n,--numbered}'[name output in \[PATCH n/m\] format]' \
'(-n --numbered -N --no-numbered -k --keep-subject)'{-N,--no-numbered}'[name output in \[PATCH\] format]' \
'--start-number=[start numbering patches at given number]: :__git_guard_number "patch number"' \
'--numbered-files[use only number for file name]' \
'(-n --numbered -N --no-numbered -k --keep-subject --subject-prefix)'{-k,--keep-subject}'[do not strip/add \[PATCH\] from the first line of the commit message]' \
'(-s --signoff)'{-s,--signoff}'[add Signed-off-by: line to the commit message]' \
'(-o --output-directory)--stdout[output the generated mbox on standard output (implies --mbox)]' \
'( --no-attach --inline)--attach=-[create attachments instead of inlining patches]::boundary' \
'(--attach --inline)--no-attach[disable creation of attachments]' \
'(--attach --no-attach )--inline=-[inline patches]::boundary' \
'( --no-thread)--thread=-[make the second and subsequent mails refer to the first]::style:((shallow\:"all refer to the first"
deep\:"each refers to the previous"))' \
'(--thread )--no-thread[do not thread messages]' \
'--in-reply-to=[make the first mail a reply to the given message]:message id' \
'--ignore-if-in-upstream[do not include a patch that matches a commit in the given range]' \
'(-k --keep-subject)--subject-prefix=[use the given prefix instead of \[PATCH\]]:prefix' \
'*--to=[add To: header to email headers]: :_email_addresses' \
'*--cc=[add Cc: header to email headers]: :_email_addresses' \
'*--add-header=[add an arbitrary header to email headers]:header' \
'--cover-letter[generate a cover letter template]' \
'( --no-signature)--signature=[add a signature]:signature' \
'(--signature )--no-signature[do not add a signature]' \
'--suffix=[use the given suffix for filenames]:filename suffix' \
'--no-binary[do not output contents of changes in binary files, only note that they differ]' \
'--root[treat the revision argument as a range]' \
': :->commit-or-commit-range' && ret=0
case $state in
(commit-or-commit-range)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--root]} ]]; then
__git_commits && ret=0
else
__git_commit_ranges && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-gc] )) ||
_git-gc () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--aggressive[more aggressively optimize]' \
'--auto[check whether housekeeping is required]' \
'( --no-prune)--prune=[prune loose objects older than given date]: :__git_datetimes' \
'(--prune )--no-prune[do not prune any loose objects]' \
'--quiet[suppress all progress reports]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-grep] )) ||
_git-grep () {
local -a pattern_operators
# TODO: Need to deal with grouping with ( and )
if (( words[(I)-e] == CURRENT - 2 )); then
pattern_operators=(
'--and[both patterns must match]'
'--or[either pattern must match]'
'--not[the following pattern must not match]')
fi
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
# TODO: Need to implement -<num> as a shorthand for -C<num>
_arguments -C -A '-*' \
'(-O --open-files-in-pager --no-index)--cached[search blobs registered in index file instead of working tree]' \
'(--cached)--no-index[search files in current directory, not just treacked files]' \
'(-a --text)'{-a,--text}'[process binary files as if they were text]' \
'(-i --ignore-case)'{-i,--ignore-case}'[ignore case when matching]' \
'-I[do not match pattern in binary files]' \
'--max-depth=[descend at most given levels of directories]:__git_guard_number depth' \
'(-w --word-regexp)'{-w,--word-regexp}'[match only whole words]' \
'(-v --invert-match)'{-v,--invert-match}'[select non-matching lines]' \
'( -H)-h[supress output of filenames]' \
'(-h )-H[show filenames]' \
'--full-name[output paths relative to the project top directory]' \
'(-E --extended-regexp -G --basic-regexp)'{-E,--extended-regexp}'[use POSIX extended regexes]' \
'(-E --extended-regexp -G --basic-regexp)'{-G,--basic-regexp}'[use POSIX basic regexes]' \
'(-F --fixed-strings)'{-F,--fixed-strings}'[do not interpret pattern as a regex]' \
'-n[prefix the line number to matching lines]' \
'(-l --files-with-matches -L --files-without-match --name-only)'{-l,--files-with-matches,--name-only}'[show only names of matching files]' \
'(-l --files-with-matches -L --files-without-match)'{-L,--files-without-match}'[show only names of non-matching files]' \
'(--cached -O --open-files-in-pager)'{-O,--open-files-in-pager}'=-[open matching files in pager]::_path_commands' \
'(-z --null)'{-z,--null}'[output \0 after filenames]' \
'(-c --count)'{-c,--count}'[show number of matching lines in files]' \
'( --no-color)--color=-[color matches]:: :__git_color_whens' \
'(--color )---no-color[do not color matches]' \
'-A[show trailing context]: :__git_guard_number lines' \
'-B[show leading context]: :__git_guard_number lines' \
'-C[show context]: :__git_guard_number lines' \
'(-p --show-function)'{-p,--show-function}'[show preceding line containing function name of match]' \
'(1)*-f[read patterns from given file]:pattern file:_files' \
'(1)*-e[use the given pattern for matching]:pattern' \
$pattern_operators \
'--all-match[all patterns must match]' \
':pattern' \
'*:: :->tree-or-file' && ret=0
# TODO: If --cached, --no-index, -O, or --open-files-in-pager was given,
# don’t complete treeishs.
case $state in
(tree-or-file)
integer first_tree last_tree start end
(( start = words[(I)(-f|-e)] > 0 ? 1 : 2 ))
(( end = $#line - 1 ))
for (( i = start; i <= end; i++ )); do
[[ line[i] == '--' ]] && break
__git_is_treeish $line[i] || break
if (( first_tree == 0 )); then
(( first_tree = last_tree = i ))
else
(( last_tree = i ))
fi
done
# TODO: Need to respect --cached and --no-index here.
if (( last_tree == 0 || last_tree == end )); then
if (( first_tree == 0 )); then
_alternative \
'treeishs::__git_tree_ishs' \
'files::__git_cached_files' && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'treeishs::__git_trees' \
"files::__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[first_tree,last_tree]" && ret=0
fi
else
if (( first_tree == 0 )); then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[first_tree,last_tree] && ret=0
fi
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-gui] )) ||
_git-gui () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'--version[display version information]' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->arg' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
local -a commands
commands=(
blame:'start a blame viewer'
browser:'start a tree browser'
citool:'arrange to make one commit'
version:'display version information')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(arg)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(blame)
_git-blame && ret=0
;;
(browser)
_arguments -C \
':: :__git_revisions' \
'*:: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
__git_is_treeish $line[1] && __git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1] && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
(citool)
_git-citool && ret=0
;;
(version)
_nothing
;;
(*)
_nothing
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-init] )) ||
_git-init () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not print any results to stdout]' \
'--bare[create a bare repository]' \
'--template=[directory to use as a template for the object database]: :_directories' \
'--shared=[share repository amongst several users]:: :__git_repository_permissions' \
':: :_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-log] )) ||
_git-log () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local -a log_options revision_options diff_options
__git_setup_log_options
__git_setup_revision_options
__git_setup_diff_options
_arguments -w -C -s \
$log_options \
$revision_options \
$diff_options \
'(-)--[start file arguments]' \
'*:: :->commit-range-or-file' && ret=0
case $state in
(commit-range-or-file)
case $CURRENT in
(1)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'commit-ranges::__git_commit_ranges' \
'cached-files::__git_cached_files' && ret=0
fi
;;
(*)
# TODO: Write a wrapper function that checks whether we have a
# committish range or comittish and calls __git_tree_files
# appropriately.
if __git_is_committish_range $line[1]; then
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $(__git_committish_range_last $line[1]) && ret=0
elif __git_is_committish $line[1]; then
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1] && ret=0
else
__git_cached_files && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-merge] )) ||
_git-merge () {
local -a merge_options
__git_setup_merge_options
_arguments -w -S -s \
$merge_options \
'-m[set the commit message to be used for the merge commit]:merge message' \
'( --no-rerere-autoupdate)--rerere-autoupdate[allow the rerere mechanism to update the index]' \
'(--rerere-autoupdate )--no-rerere-autoupdate[do not allow the rerere mechanism to update the index]' \
'*: :__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-mv] )) ||
_git-mv () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[rename/move even if targets exist]' \
'-k[skip rename/move that would lead to errors]' \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[only show what would happen]' \
':source:__git_cached_files' \
'*:: :->source-or-destination' && ret=0
case $state in
(source-or-destination)
_alternative \
'cached-files:source:__git_cached_files' \
'directories:destination directory:_directories' && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-notes] )) ||
_git-notes () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'--ref=[manipulate the notes tree in given ref]: :__git_notes_refs' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
local -a commands
commands=(
list:'list notes object for given object'
add:'add notes for a given object'
copy:'copy notes from one object to another'
append:'append notes to a given object'
edit:'edit notes for a given object'
show:'show notes for a given object'
remove:'remove notes for a given object'
prune:'remove all notes for non-existing/unreachable objects')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(list|show|edit|remove)
_arguments \
': :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(add)
# TODO: Only complete commits that don’t have notes already, unless
# -f or --force has been given.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'*'{-m,--message=}'[use given note message]:message' \
'*'{-F,--file=}'[take note message from given file]:note message file:_files' \
'(-C --reuse-message)'{-C,--reuse-message=}'[take note message from given blob object]: :__git_blobs' \
'(-c --reedit-message)'{-c,--reedit-message=}'[take note message from given blob object and edit it]: :__git_blobs' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[overwrite existing note]' \
': :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(copy)
# TODO: --for-rewrite is undocumented.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[replace existing note]' \
'(:)--stdin[read objects from stdin]' \
'(:--stdin)--for-rewrite=[load rewriting config for given command]:command:(amend rebase)' \
': :__git_commits' \
': :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(append)
_arguments -w -S -s \
'*'{-m,--message=}'[use given note message]:message' \
'*'{-F,--file=}'[take note message from given file]:note message file:_files' \
'(-C --reuse-message)'{-C,--reuse-message=}'[take note message from given blob object]: :__git_blobs' \
'(-c --reedit-message)'{-c,--reedit-message=}'[take note message from given blob object and edit it]: :__git_blobs' \
': :__git_commits' && ret=0
;;
(*)
_nothing
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-pull] )) ||
_git-pull () {
local -a merge_options fetch_options
__git_setup_merge_options
__git_setup_fetch_options
_arguments \
$merge_options \
'( --no-rebase)--rebase[perform a rebase after fetching]' \
'(--rebase )--no-rebase[do not perform a rebase after fetching]' \
$fetch_options \
': :__git_any_repositories' \
'*: :__git_ref_specs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-push] )) ||
_git-push () {
# NOTE: For --receive-pack we use _files to complete, even though this will
# only complete files on the local end, not the remote end. Still, it may be
# helpful to get some sort of completion going, perhaps modifying the path
# later on to match the remote end.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--all[push all refs under refs/heads/]' \
'--mirror[push all refs under refs/heads/ and refs/tags/ and delete non-existing refs]' \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[do everything except actually send the updates]' \
'--porcelain[produce machine-readable output]' \
'--delete[delete all listed refs from the remote repository]' \
'--tags[all tags under refs/tags are pushed]' \
'(--receive-pack --exec)'{--receive-pack=-,--exec=-}'[path to git-receive-pack on remote]:remote git-receive-pack:_files' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[allow refs that are not ancestors to be updated]' \
'(:)--repo=[default repository to use]:repository:__git_any_repositories' \
'(-u --set-upstream)'{-u,--set-upstream}'[add upstream reference for each branch that is up to date or pushed]' \
'( --no-thin)--thin[try to minimize number of objects to be sent]' \
'(--thin )--no-thin[do not try to minimize number of objects to be sent]' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose --progress)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]' \
'(-q --quiet)--progress[output progress information]' \
':: :__git_any_repositories' \
'*: :__git_ref_specs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-rebase] )) ||
_git-rebase () {
local -a autosquash_opts
if (( words[(I)--interactive] )); then
autosquash_opts=(
'( --no-autosquash)--autosquash[check for auto-squash boundaries]'
'(--autosquash )--no-autosquash[do not check for auto-squash boundaries]')
fi
_arguments -A '-*' \
'(- :)--continue[continue after resolving merge conflict]' \
'(- :)--abort[abort current rebase]' \
'(- :)--skip[skip the current patch]' \
'(-m --merge)'{-m,--merge}'[use merging strategies to rebase]' \
'*'{-s,--strategy=}'[use given merge strategy]:merge strategy:__git_merge_strategies' \
'*'{-X,--strategy-option=}'[pass merge-strategy-specific option to merge strategy]' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose --stat -n --no-stat)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'(-q --quiet -v --verbose --stat -n --no-stat)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]' \
'--no-verify[bypass the pre-rebase hook]' \
'-C-[ensure that given lines of surrounding context match]: :__git_guard_number "lines of context"' \
'(-f --force-rebase)'{-f,--force-rebase}'[force rebase even if current branch descends from commit rebasing onto]' \
'(-i --interactive)--ignore-whitespace[ignore whitespace in context]' \
'(-i --interactive)--whitespace=-[detect a new or modified line that has whitespace errors]: :__git_apply_whitespace_strategies' \
'(-i --interactive)--committer-date-is-author-date[use author date as committer date]' \
'(-i --interactive --ignore-whitespace --whitespace --committer-date-is-author-date)'{-i,--interactive}'[make a list of commits to be rebased and open in $EDITOR]' \
'(-p --preserve-merges --interactive)'{-p,--preserve-merges}'[try to recreate merges instead of ignoring them]' \
'(1)--root[rebase all reachable commits]' \
$autosquash_opts \
'--no-ff[cherry-pick all rebased commits with --interactive, otherwise synonymous to --force-rebase]' \
'--onto[start new branch with HEAD equal to given revision]:newbase:__git_revisions' \
':upstream branch:__git_revisions' \
'::working branch:__git_branch_names'
}
(( $+functions[_git-reset] )) ||
_git-reset () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
typeset -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -s \
'( --mixed --hard --merge --keep -p --patch -- *)--soft[do not touch the index file nor the working tree]' \
'(--soft --hard --merge --keep -p --patch -- *)--mixed[reset the index but not the working tree (default)]' \
'(--soft --mixed --merge --keep -p --patch -- *)--hard[match the working tree and index to the given tree]' \
'(--soft --mixed --hard --keep -p --patch -- *)--merge[reset out of a conflicted merge]' \
'(--soft --mixed --hard --merge -p --patch -- *)--keep[like --hard, but keep local working tree changes]' \
'(-p --patch)'{-p,--patch}'[select diff hunks to remove from the index]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'(- 1)--[start file arguments]' \
'(--soft --mixed --hard --merge --keep):: :__git_commits' \
'(--soft --mixed --hard --merge --keep)*:: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
local commit=HEAD
if [[ -n $line[1] ]] && __git_is_committish $line[1]; then
commit=$line[1]
fi
__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $commit && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-revert] )) ||
_git-revert () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-e --edit --no-edit)'{-e,--edit}'[edit the commit before committing the revert]' \
'(-m --mainline)'{-m+,--mainline=}'[pick which parent is mainline]:parent number' \
'(-e --edit)--no-edit[do not edit the commit message]' \
'(-n --no-commit)'{-n,--no-commit}'[do not commit the reversion]' \
'(-s --signoff)'{-s,--signoff}'[add Signed-off-by line at the end of the commit message]' \
': :__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-rm] )) ||
_git-rm () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[override the up-to-date check]' \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[do not actually remove the files, just show if they exist in the index]' \
'-r[allow recursive removal when a leading directory-name is given]' \
'--cached[only remove files from the index]' \
'--ignore-unmatch[exit with 0 status even if no files matched]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'*:: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--cached]} ]]; then
__git_changed-in-index_files && ret=0
else
__git_cached_files && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-shortlog] )) ||
_git-shortlog () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
local -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
# TODO: should take all arguments found in setup_revisions() (probably more
# or less what git-rev-list takes).
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(: -)'{-h,--help}'[print a short usage message and exit]' \
'(-n --numbered)'{-n,--numbered}'[sort according to number of commits]' \
'(-s --summary)'{-s,--summary}'[suppress commit description]' \
'(-e --email)'{-e,--email}'[show email addres of each author]' \
'-w-[linewrap the output]:: :->wrap' \
$revision_options \
'*: :__git_commits' && ret=0
case $state in
(wrap)
if [[ -prefix [[:digit:]]#,[[:digit:]]#,[[:digit:]]# ]]; then
compset -P '[[:digit:]]#,[[:digit:]]#,'
__git_guard_number 'indent of second and subsquent wrapped lines'
elif [[ -prefix [[:digit:]]#,[[:digit:]]# ]]; then
compset -P '[[:digit:]]#,'
compset -S ',[[:digit:]]#'
__git_guard_number 'indent of first wrapped line'
else
compset -S ',[[:digit:]]#,[[:digit:]]#'
__git_guard_number 'line width'
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-show] )) ||
_git-show () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
typeset -A opt_args
local -a log_options revision_options
__git_setup_log_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -w -C -s \
$log_options \
$revision_options \
'*:: :->object' && ret=0
case $state in
(object)
_alternative \
'commits::__git_commits' \
'tags::__git_tags' \
'trees::__git_trees' \
'blobs::__git_blobs' && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-stash] )) ||
_git-stash () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
local -a commands
commands=(
save:'save your local modifications to a new stash'
list:'list the stashes that you currently have'
show:'show the changes recorded in the stash as a diff'
pop:'remove and apply a single stashed state from the stash list'
apply:'apply the changes recorded in the stash'
branch:'branch off at the commit at which the stash was originally created'
clear:'remove all the stashed states'
drop:'remove a single stashed state from the stash list'
create:'create a stash without storing it in the ref namespace')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(save)
_arguments -S \
'(--keep-index)--patch[interactively select hunks from diff between HEAD and working tree to stash]' \
'( --no-keep-index)--keep-index[all changes already added to the index are left intact]' \
'(--keep-index )--no-keep-index[all changes already added to the index are undone]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'::message' && ret=0
;;
(list)
local -a log_options revision_options
__git_setup_log_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -s -w \
$log_options \
$revision_options && ret=0
;;
(show)
local diff_options
__git_setup_diff_options
_arguments -S -s -w \
$diff_options \
':: :__git_stashes' && ret=0
;;
(pop|apply)
_arguments \
'--index[try to reinstate the changes added to the index as well]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
':: :__git_stashes' && ret=0
;;
(branch)
_arguments \
': :__git_guard_branch-name' \
':: :__git_stashes' && ret=0
;;
(clear)
_nothing
;;
(drop)
_arguments \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
':: :__git_stashes' && ret=0
;;
(create)
_nothing
;;
(*)
_nothing
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-status] )) ||
_git-status () {
local -a branch_opts
if (( $words[(I)-s|--short] )); then
branch_opts=('(-b --branch)'{-b,--branch}'[show branch and tracking info]')
fi
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-s --short)'{-s,--short}'[output in short format]' \
$branch_opts \
'(-s --short)--porcelain[produce machine-readable output]' \
'(-u --untracked-files)'{-u-,--untracked-files=-}'[show untracked files]::mode:((no\:"show no untracked files" \
normal\:"show untracked files and directories" \
all\:"also show untracked files in untracked directories (default)"))' \
'--ignore-submodules[ignore changes to submodules]:: :__git_ignore_submodules_whens' \
'(--porcelain)-z[use NUL termination on output]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments _files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-submodule] )) ||
_git-submodule () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C -A '-*' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
add:'add given repository as a submodule'
status:'show the status of a submodule'
init:'initialize a submodule'
update:'update a submodule'
summary:'show commit summary between given commit and working tree/index'
foreach:'evaluate shell command in each checked-out submodule'
sync:'synchronize submodule settings')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(add)
# TODO: Second argument should only complete relative paths inside
# the current repository.
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'(-b --branch)'{-b,--branch}'[branch of repository to add as submodule]' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[allow adding an otherwise ignored submodule path]' \
'--reference=[remote repository to clone]: :__git_any_repositories' \
': :__git_any_repositories' \
':: :_directories' && ret=0
;;
(status)
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'--cached[use commit stored in the index]' \
'--recursive[traverse submodules recursively]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_submodules' && ret=0
;;
(init)
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_submodules' && ret=0
;;
(update)
# TODO: --init not properly documented.
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'(-N --no-fetch)'{-N,--no-fetch}'[do not fetch new objects from repository]' \
'--merge[merge commit recorded in superproject into current branch of submodule]' \
'--rebase[rebase current branch onto commit recorded in superproject]' \
'--reference=[remote repository to clone]: :__git_any_repositories' \
'--recursive[traverse submodules recursively]' \
'--init[initialize uninitialized submodules]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_submodules' && ret=0
;;
(summary)
_arguments -C -A '-*' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'--cached[use commit stored in the index]' \
'--files[compare commit in index with submodule HEAD commit]' \
'(-n --summary-limit)'{-n,--summary-limit}'[limit summary size]: :__git_guard_number "limit"' \
'(-)--[start submodule arguments]' \
'*:: :->commit-or-submodule' && ret=0
case $state in
(commit-or-submodule)
if (( CURRENT == 1 )) && [[ -z ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
_alternative \
'commits::__git_commits' \
'submodules::__git_submodules' && ret=0
else
__git_ignore_line __git_submodules && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
;;
(foreach)
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'--recursive[traverse submodules recursively]' \
'(-):command: _command_names -e' \
'*::arguments: _normal' && ret=0
;;
(sync)
_arguments -S \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'*: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_submodules' && ret=0
;;
(*)
_nothing
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-tag] )) ||
_git-tag () {
local -a message_opts
if (( words[(I)-[asu]] )); then
message_opts=(
'( -F)-m+[specify tag message]:message'
'(-m )-F+[read tag message from given file]:message file:_files')
fi
_arguments -A '-*' \
- creation \
'( -s -u)-a[create an unsigned, annotated tag]' \
'(-a -u)-s[create an signed and annotated tag]' \
'(-a -s )-u[create a tag, annotated and signed with the given key]: :__git_gpg_secret_keys' \
'-f[replace existing tag]' \
$message_opts \
': :__git_tags' \
':: :__git_commits' \
- deletion \
'-d[delete tags]' \
'*:: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_tags' \
- listing \
'-n+[limit line output of annotation]: :__git_guard_number "limit"' \
'-l[list tags matching pattern]' \
'--contains=[only list tags which contain the specified commit]: :__git_commits' \
'::pattern' \
- verification \
'-v[verifies gpg signutare of tags]' \
'*:: :__git_ignore_line_inside_arguments __git_tags'
}
(( $+functions[_gitk] )) ||
_gitk () {
_git-log
}
(( $+functions[_tig] )) ||
_tig () {
_git-log
}
# Ancillary Commands (Manipulators)
(( $+functions[_git-config] )) ||
_git-config () {
local name_arg value_arg
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
if (( words[(I)--get-regexp] )); then
name_arg=':name regex'
elif (( words[(I)--get-colorbool] )); then
name_arg=':: :->is-a-tty'
elif (( words[(I)--get-color] )); then
name_arg='::default'
elif (( words[(I)--remove-section|--rename-section] )); then
name_arg=': :->section'
elif (( words[(I)--get|--get-all] )); then
name_arg=': :->gettable-option'
else
name_arg=': :->option'
fi
if (( words[(I)--rename-section] )); then
value_arg=': :->section'
else
value_arg=': :->value'
fi
# TODO --local is undocumented.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'( --system --local -f --file)--global[use user-global config file]' \
'(--global --local -f --file)--system[use system-wide config file]' \
'(--global --system -f --file)--local[use local config file]' \
'(--global --system -f --file)'{-f+,--file=}'[use given config file]:config file:_files' \
'( --int --bool-or-int --path)--bool[setting is a boolean]' \
'(--bool --bool-or-int --path)--int[setting is an integer]' \
'(--bool --int --path)--bool-or-int[setting is an integer]' \
'(--bool --int --bool-or-int )--path[setting is a path]' \
'(-z --null)'{-z,--null}'[end values with NUL and newline between key and value]' \
$name_arg \
$value_arg \
'::value regex' \
- '(actions)' \
'(-z --null)--replace-all[replace all values of the given key]' \
'(3 -z --null)--add[add new value without altering any existing ones]' \
'(2)--get[get the first matching value of the key]' \
'(2)--get-all[get all matching values of the key]' \
'(3 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--remove-section[remove the given section]' \
'(3 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--rename-section[rename the given section]' \
'(2 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--unset[remove the first matching value of the key]' \
'(2 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--unset-all[remove all matching values of the key]' \
'(: --bool --int --bool-or-int --path)'{-l,--list}'[list all variables set in config file]' \
'(2)--get-regexp[like "--get-all", but interpret "name" as a regular expression]' \
'(2 3 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--get-colorbool[check if color should be used]: :->gettable-colorbool-option' \
'(2 3 --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)--get-color[find color setting]: :->gettable-color-option' \
'(-e --edit --bool --int --bool-or-int --path -z --null)'{-e,--edit}'[open config file for editing]' && ret=0
# TODO: Most all _path_commands should be able to take arguments and so on.
# How do we deal with that and how do we quote the whole argument to git
# config?
# TODO: Add merge.*.(name|driver|recursive) and diff.*.(command|funcname)
# (see gitattributes(5)).
# TODO: .path options should take absolute paths.
declare -a git_options_static
git_options_static=(
advice.pushNonFastForward:'show advice when git push refuses non-fast-forward refs::->bool:true'
advice.statusHints:'show advice in output of git status::->bool:true'
advice.commitBeforeMerge:'show advice when git merge refuses to merge::->bool:true'
advice.resolveConflict:'show advice when conflict prevents operation from being performed::->bool:true'
advice.implicitIdentity:'show advice when identity is guessed from system settings::->bool:true'
advice.detachedHead:'show advice when entering detached-HEAD state::->bool:true'
blame.blankboundary:'show blank SHA-1 for boundary commits::->bool:false'
blame.showroot:'show root commits as normal commits::->bool:false'
blame.date:'date format to use in output::__git_date_formats:iso'
core.fileMode:'track changes to the executable bit of files::->bool:true'
core.ignoreCygwinFSTricks:'use Cygwin stat()/lstat()::->bool:true'
core.ignorecase:'use workarounds for non-case-sensitive filesystems::->bool:false'
core.trustctime:'trust inode change time::->bool:true'
core.quotepath:'escape characters in paths on output::->bool:false'
core.eol:'line ending type::->core.eol:native'
core.safecrlf:'verify that CRLF conversion is reversible::->core.safecrlf:false'
core.autocrlf:'convert CRLFs to and from system specific::->core.autocrlf:false'
core.symlinks:'create symbolic links for indexed symbolic links upon creation::->bool:true'
core.gitProxy:'command to execute to establish a connection to remote server:proxy command:_path_commands'
core.ignoreStat:'ignore modification times of files::->bool:false'
core.preferSymlinkRefs:'use symbolic links for symbolic-reference files::->bool:false'
core.bare:'use a repository without a working tree::->bool:false'
core.worktree:'path to the root of the work tree:work tree:_directories'
core.logAllRefUpdates:'log updates of references::->bool:true'
core.repositoryFormatVersion:'internal variable determining the repository version:version:->string'
core.sharedRepository:'what kind of sharing is done for this repository::->permission:false'
core.warnAmbiguousRefs:'warn if a ref name is ambiguous::->bool:true'
core.compression:'level of compression to apply to packs::->compression:-1'
core.loosecompression:'level of compression to apply to non-pack files::->compression:1'
core.packedGitWindowSize:'size of mappings of pack files:pack window size:->bytes'
core.packedGitLimit:'maximum number of bytes to map from pack files:maximum pack file map size:->bytes'
core.deltaBaseCacheLimit:'maximum size of cache for base objects:maximum base objects cache size:->bytes:16m'
core.bigFileThreshold:'maximum size of files to compress:maximum compress size:->bytes:512m'
core.excludesfile:'additional file to use for exclusion:excludes file:_files'
core.askpass:'program to use for asking for passwords:password command:_path_commands'
core.editor:'editor to use for editing messages:editor:_path_commands'
core.pager:'pager to use for paginating output:pager:_path_commands'
core.whitespace:'list of common whitespace problems to notice::->core.whitespace'
core.fsyncobjectfiles:'fsync() when writing object files::->bool:false'
core.preloadindex:'use parallel index preload for operations like git diff::->bool:false'
core.createObject:'take steps to prevent overwriting existing objects::->core.createObject:link'
core.notesRef:'show notes in given refs:refs:->string:refs/notes/commits'
core.sparseCheckout:'use sparse checkout::->bool:false'
add.ignore-errors:'ignore indexing errors when adding files::->bool:false'
am.keepcr:'keep CR characters when splitting mails::->bool:false'
apply.ignorewhitespace:'ignore whitespace changes::->apply.ignorewhitespace:no'
apply.whitespace:'default value for the --whitespace option::->apply.whitespace:error'
branch.autosetupmerge:'set up new branches for git pull::->bool:true'
branch.autosetuprebase:'rebase new branches of merge for autosetupmerge::->branch.autosetuprebase:never'
'branch.*.remote:what remote git fetch and git push should fetch form/push to::__git_remotes'
'branch.*.merge:default refspec to be marked for merging::__git_ref_specs'
'branch.*.mergeoptions:default options for merging::->branch.mergeoptions'
'branch.*.rebase:rebase on top of fetched branch::->bool:false'
'browser.*.cmd:browser command to use:browser:_path_commands'
'browser.*.path:path to use for the browser:absolute browser path:_files -g "*(*)"'
clean.requireForce:'require --force for git clean to actually do something::->bool:true'
color.branch:'color output of git branch::->color-bool'
color.branch.current:'color of the current branch::->color'
color.branch.local:'color of a local branch::->color'
color.branch.remote:'color of a remote branch::->color'
color.branch.plain:'color of other branches::->color'
color.diff:'color output of git diff::->color-bool'
color.diff.plain:'color of context text::->color'
color.diff.meta:'color of meta-information::->color'
color.diff.frag:'color of hunk headers::->color'
color.diff.func:'color of function in hunk header::->color'
color.diff.old:'color of removed lines::->color'
color.diff.new:'color of added lines::->color'
color.diff.commit:'color of commit headers::->color'
color.diff.whitespace:'color of whitespace errors::->color'
color.decorate.branch:'color of branches::->color'
color.decorate.remoteBranch:'color of remote branches::->color'
color.decorate.tag:'color of tags::->color'
color.decorate.stash:'color of stashes::->color'
color.decorate.HEAD:'color of HEAD::->color'
color.grep:'whether or not to color output of git grep::->color-bool'
color.grep.context:'color of non-matching text in context lines::->color'
color.grep.filename:'color of filename prefix::->color'
color.grep.function:'color of function name lines::->color'
color.grep.linenumber:'color of line number prefix::->color'
color.grep.match:'color of matching text::->color'
color.grep.selected:'color of non-matching text in selected lines::->color'
color.grep.separator:'color of separators between fields in a line::->color'
color.interactive:'whether or not to color in interactive mode::->color-bool'
color.interactive.prompt:'color of prompt::->color'
color.interactive.header:'color of header::->color'
color.interactive.help:'color of help::->color'
color.interactive.error:'color of error::->color'
color.pager:'feed colored output to pager::->bool:true'
color.showbranch:'color output of git show-branch::->color-bool'
color.status:'color output of git status::->color-bool'
color.status.header:'color of header text::->color'
color.status.added:'color of added, but not yet committed, files::->color'
color.status.updated:'color of updated, but not yet committed, files::->color'
color.status.changed:'color of changed, but not yet added in the index, files::->color'
color.status.untracked:'color of files not currently being tracked::->color'
color.status.nobranch:'color of no-branch warning::->color'
color.ui:'color output of capable git commands::->color-bool'
commit.status:'include status information in commit message template::->bool:true'
commit.template:'template file for commit messages:template:_files'
diff.autorefreshindex:'run git update-index --refresh before git diff::->bool:true'
diff.external:'command to generate diff with:diff command:_path_commands'
diff.mnemonicprefix:'use mnemonic source and destination prefixes::->bool:false'
diff.noprefix:'strip source and destination prefixes::->bool:false'
diff.renameLimit:'number of files to consider when detecting copy/renames:rename limit:->int'
diff.renames:'try to detect renames::->diff.renames:true'
diff.ignoreSubmodules:'ignore submodules::->bool:false'
diff.suppressBlankEmpty:'inbihit printing space before empty output lines::->bool:false'
diff.tool:'diff tool to use::__git_difftools'
'difftool.*.cmd:command to invoke for the diff tool::_path_commands'
'difftool.*.path:path to use for the diff tool:absolute diff tool path:_files -g "*(*)"'
difftool.prompt:'prompt before each invocation of the diff tool::->bool:true'
diff.wordRegex:'regex used to determine what a word is when performing word-by-word diff:regex:->string'
diff.guitool:'diff tool with gui to use::__git_difftools'
fetch.unpackLimit:'maximum number of objects to unpack when fetching:unpack limit:->int'
format.attach:'use multipart/mixed attachments::->bool:false'
format.numbered:'use sequence numbers in patch subjects::->format.numbered:auto'
format.headers:'additional email headers to include in email patches:headers:->string'
format.to:'additional email recipients of patches::->string'
format.cc:'additional carbon-copy email recipients of patches:recipients:->string'
format.subjectprefix:'prefix to use for subjects:prefix:->string'
format.signature:'signature to use:signature:->string'
format.suffix:'default suffix for output files from git-format-patch:suffix:->string'
format.pretty:'pretty format for log/show/whatchanged:format:->string'
format.thread:'threading style to use::->format.thread:false'
format.signoff:'enable --signoff by default::->bool:false'
'gc.*.reflogexpire:grace period for git reflog expire::->days:90'
'gc.*.reflogexpireunreachable:grace period for git reflog expire for unreachable entries::->days:30'
gc.aggressiveWindow:'window size used in delta compression algorithm:->int:250'
gc.auto:'minimum limit for packing loose objects with --auto::->int:6700'
gc.autopacklimit:'minimum limit for packing packs with --auto::->int:50'
gc.packrefs:'allow git gc to run git pack-refs::->gc.packrefs:true'
gc.pruneexpire:'grace period for pruning::->days+now'
gc.reflogexpire:'grace period for git reflog expire::->days:90'
gc.reflogexpireunreachable:'grace period for git reflog expire for unreachable entries::->days:30'
gc.rerereresolved:'number of days to keep records of resolved merges::->days:60'
gc.rerereunresolved:'number of days to keep records of unresolved merges::->days:15'
gitcvs.commitmsgannotation:'string to append to each commit message::->string'
gitcvs.enabled:'enable the cvs server interface::->bool:false'
gitcvs.logfile:'name of log file for cvs pserver:log file:_files'
gitcvs.dbname:'name of database to use:database name:->string'
gitcvs.dbdriver:'name of DBI driver to use::->gitcvs.dbdriver:SQLite'
gitcvs.dbuser:'username to connect to database as:database user:_users'
gitcvs.dbpass:'password to use when connecting to database:password:->string'
gitcvs.dbTableNamePrefix:'database table name prefix:prefix:->string'
'gitcvs.*.commitmsgannotation:string to append to each commit message:annotation:->string'
'gitcvs.*.enabled:enable the cvs server interface::->bool:false'
'gitcvs.*.logfile:name of log file for cvs pserver:log file:_files'
'gitcvs.*.dbname:name of database to use:database name:->string'
'gitcvs.*.dbdriver:name of DBI driver to use:DBI driver:->string'
'gitcvs.*.dbuser:username to connect to database as::_users'
'gitcvs.*.dbpass:password to use when connecting to database:password:->string'
'gitcvs.*.dbTableNamePrefix:database table name prefix:prefix:->string'
gitcvs.usecrlfattr:'use end-of-line conversion attributes::->bool:false'
gitcvs.allbinary:'treat all files from CVS as binary::->bool:false'
gui.commitmsgwidth:'width of commit message window:width:->int:75'
gui.diffcontext:'number of context lines used in diff window:context:->int:5'
gui.encoding:'encoding to use for displaying file contents::->encoding'
gui.matchtrackingbranch:'create branches that track remote branches::->bool:false'
gui.newbranchtemplate:'suggested name for new branches:template:->string'
gui.pruneduringfetch:'prune tracking branches when performing a fetch::->bool:false'
gui.trustmtime:'trust file modification timestamp::->bool:false'
gui.spellingdictionary:'dictionary to use for spell checking commit messages:dictionary:_files'
gui.fastcopyblame:'try harder during blame detection::->bool:false'
gui.copyblamethreshold:'threshold to use in blame location detection:threshold:->string'
gui.blamehistoryctx:'specify radius of history context in days for selected commit::->days'
guitool.cmd:'shell command line to execute::_path_commands'
guitool.needsfile:'require that a diff is selected for command to be available::->bool:false'
guitool.noconsole:'suppress command output::->bool:false'
guitool.norescan:'skip rescanning for changes to the working directory::->bool:false'
guitool.confirm:'show a confirmation dialog::->bool:false'
guitool.argprompt:'prompt for arguments:argument prompt:->string'
guitool.revprompt:'prompt for a single revision:revision prompt:->string'
guitool.revunmerged:'show only unmerged branches in revprompt::->bool:false'
guitool.title:'title of prompt dialog:prompt title:->string'
guitool.prompt:'prompt to display:prompt:->string'
help.browser:'browser used to display help in web format::__git_browsers'
help.format:'default help format used by git help::->help.format'
help.autocorrect:'execute corrected mistyped commands::->bool:false'
http.proxy:'HTTP proxy to use:proxy:_urls'
http.sslVerify:'verify the SSL certificate for HTTPS::->bool:true'
http.sslCert:'file containing SSL certificates for HTTPS:SSL certificate file:_files'
http.sslKey:'file containing the SSL private key for HTTPS:SSL private key file:_files'
http.sslCertPasswordProtected:'prompt for a password for the SSL certificate::->bool:false'
http.sslCAInfo:'file containing CA certificates to verify against for HTTPS:CA certificates file:_files'
http.sslCAPath:'directory containing files with CA certificates to verify against for HTTPS:CA certificates directory:_directories'
http.maxRequests:'how many HTTP requests to launch in parallel:maximum number of requests:->int:5'
http.minSessions:'number of curl sessions to keep across requests:mininmum number of sessions:->int:1'
http.postBuffer:'maximum size of buffer used by smart HTTP transport when POSTing:maximum POST buffer size:->bytes:1m'
http.lowSpeedLimit:'lower limit for HTTP transfer-speed:low transfer-speed limit:->int'
http.lowSpeedTime:'duration for http.lowSpeedLimit:time:->int'
http.noEPSV:'disable the use of the EPSV ftp-command::->bool:false'
http.useragent:'user agent presented to HTTP server:user agent string:->string'
http.getanyfile:'allow clients to read any file within repository::->bool:true'
http.uploadpack:'serve git fetch-pack and git ls-remote clients::->bool:true'
http.receivepack:'serve git send-pack clients::->bool:true'
i18n.commitEncoding:'character encoding commit messages are stored in::->encoding'
i18n.logOutputEncoding:'character encoding commit messages are output in::->encoding'
imap.folder:'IMAP folder to use with git imap-send:IMAP folder name::_mailboxes'
imap.tunnel:'tunneling command to use for git imap-send:tunnel command:_path_commands'
imap.host:'host git imap-send should connect to::_hosts'
# TODO: If imap.host is set, complete users on that system.
imap.user:'user git imap-send should log in as::_users'
imap.pass:'password git imap-send should use when logging in:password:->string'
imap.port:'port git imap-send should connect on::_ports'
imap.sslverify:'verify server certificate::->bool:true'
imap.preformattedHTML:'use HTML encoding when sending a patch::->bool:false'
imap.authMethod:'authentication method used::->imap.authMethod'
init.templatedir:'directory from which templates are copied:template directory:_directories'
instaweb.browser:'browser to use when browsing with gitweb::__git_browsers'
instaweb.httpd:'HTTP-daemon command-line to execute for instaweb:daemon:_path_commands'
instaweb.local:'bind to 127.0.0.1::->bool:false'
instaweb.modulepath:'module path for the Apache HTTP-daemon for instaweb:module directory:_directories'
instaweb.port:'port to bind HTTP daemon to for instaweb::_ports'
interactive.singlekey:'accept one-letter input without Enter::->bool:false'
log.date:'default date-time mode::__git_date_formats'
log.decorate:'type of ref names to show::__git_log_decorate_formats'
log.showroot:'show initial commit as a diff against an empty tree::->bool:true'
mailinfo.scissors:'remove everything in body before a scissors line::->bool:false'
mailmap.file:'augmenting mailmap file:mailmap file:_files'
man.viewer:'man viewer to use for help in man format::__git_man_viewers'
'man.*.cmd:the command to invoke the specified man viewer:man command:_path_commands'
'man.*.path:path to use for the man viewer:absolute man tool path:_files -g "*(*)"'
merge.conflictstyle:'style used for conflicted hunks::->merge.conflictstyle:merge'
merge.log:'include summaries of merged commits in new merge commit messsages::->bool:false'
merge.renameLimit:'number of files to consider when detecting copy/renames during merge:limit:->int'
merge.renormalize:'use canonical representation of files during merge::->bool:false'
merge.stat:'print the diffstat between ORIG_HEAD and merge at end of merge::->bool:true'
merge.tool:'tool used by git mergetool during merges::__git_mergetools'
merge.verbosity:'amount of output shown by recursive merge strategy::->merge.verbosity:2'
'merge.*.name:human-readable name for custom low-level merge driver:name:->string'
'merge.*.driver:command that implements a custom low-level merge driver:merge command:_path_commands'
'merge.*.recursive:low-level merge driver to use when performing internal merge between common ancestors::__git_builtin_merge_drivers'
'mergetool.*.path:path to use for the merge tool:absolute merge tool path:_files -g "*(*)"'
'mergetool.*.cmd:command to invoke for the merge tool:merge command:_path_commands'
'mergetool.*.trustExitCode:trust the exit code of the merge tool::->bool:false'
mergetool.keepBackup:'keep the original file with conflict markers::->bool:true'
mergetool.keepTemporaries:'keep temporary files::->bool:false'
mergetool.prompt:'prompt before each invocation of the merge tool::->bool:true'
notes.displayRef:'refname to show notes from::->refname'
notes.rewrite.amend:'copy notes from original to rewritten commit when running git amend::->bool:true'
notes.rewrite.rebase:'copy notes from original to rewritten commit when running git rebase::->bool:true'
notes.rewriteMode:'what to do when target commit already has a not when rewriting::->notes.rewriteMode'
notes.rewriteRef:'refname to use when rewriting::->refname'
pack.window:'size of window:window size:->int:10'
pack.depth:'maximum delta depth:maximum delta depth:->int:50'
pack.windowMemory:'window size limit:maximum window size:->bytes:0'
pack.compression:'compression level::->compression:-1'
pack.deltaCacheSize:'maximum amount of memory for caching deltas:maximum delta cache size:->bytes:256m'
pack.deltaCacheLimit:'maximum size of deltas:maximum delta size:->int:1000'
pack.threads:'number of threads to use for searching for best delta matches:number of threads:->int'
pack.indexVersion:'default pack index version:index version:->string'
pack.packSizeLimit:'maximum size of packs:maximum size of packs:->bytes'
pull.octopus:'default merge strategy to use when pulling multiple branches::__git_merge_strategies'
pull.twohead:'default merge strategy to use when pulling a single branch::__git_merge_strategies'
push.default:'action git push should take if no refspec is given::->push.default'
rebase.stat:'show a diffstat of what changed upstream since last rebase::->bool:false'
rebase.autosquash:'autosquash by default::->bool:false'
receive.autogc:'run git gc --auto after receiving data::->bool:true'
receive.fsckObjects:'check all received objects::->bool:true'
receive.unpackLimit:'maximum number of objects received for unpacking into loose objects:unpack limit:->int'
receive.denyDeletes:'deny a ref update that deletes a ref::->bool:false'
receive.denyDeleteCurrent:'deny a ref update that deletes currently checked out branch::->bool:false'
receive.denyCurrentBranch:'deny a ref update of currently checked out branch::->receive.denyCurrentBranch'
receive.denyNonFastForwards:'deny a ref update that is not a fast-forward::->bool:false'
receive.updateserverinfo:'run git update-server-info after receiving data::->bool:false'
'remote.*.url:URL of a remote repository::__git_any_repositories'
'remote.*.pushurl:push URL of a remote repository::__git_any_repositories'
'remote.*.proxy:URL of proxy to use for a remote repository::_urls'
'remote.*.fetch:default set of refspecs for git fetch::__git_ref_specs'
'remote.*.push:default set of refspecs for git push::__git_ref_specs'
'remote.*.mirror:push with --mirror::->bool:false'
'remote.*.skipDefaultUpdate:skip this remote by default::->bool:false'
'remote.*.skipFetchAll:skip this remote by default::->bool:false'
'remote.*.receivepack:default program to execute on remote when pushing:git receive-pack command:_path_commands'
'remote.*.uploadpack:default program to execute on remote when fetching:git upload-pack command:_path_commands'
'remote.*.tagopt:options for retrieving remote tags::->remote.tagopt'
'remote.*.vcs:interact with the remote through git-remote helper:remote VCS:->string'
repack.usedeltabaseoffset:'use delta-base offsets::->bool:true'
rerere.autoupdate:'update index after resolution::->bool:false'
rerere.enabled:'record resolved conflicts::->bool'
sendemail.smtpencryption:'encryption method to use::->sendemail.smtpencryption'
sendemail.aliasesfile:'file containing email aliases:email aliases file:_files'
sendemail.aliasfiletype:'format of aliasesfile::->sendemail.aliasfiletype'
sendemail.bcc:'value of Bcc\: header::_email_addresses'
sendemail.cc:'value of Cc\: header::_email_addresses'
sendemail.cccmd:'command to generate Cc\: header with:Cc\: command:_path_commands'
sendemail.chainreplyto:'send each email as a reply to the previous one::->bool:false'
sendemail.confirm:'type of confirmation required before sending::->sendemail.confirm:auto'
sendemail.envelopesender:'envelope sender to send emails as::_email_addresses'
sendemail.from:'sender email address::_email_addresses'
sendemail.multiedit:'edit all files at once::->bool:false'
sendemail.signedoffbycc:'add Signed-off-by\: or Cc\: lines to Cc\: header::->bool:true'
sendemail.smtppass:'password to use for SMTP-AUTH:password:->string'
sendemail.suppresscc:'rules for suppressing Cc\:::->sendemail.suppresscc'
sendemail.suppressfrom:'add From\: address to the Cc\: list::->bool:false'
sendemail.to:'value of To\: header::_email_addresses'
sendemail.smtpdomain:'FQDN to use for HELO/EHLO commands to SMTP server:smtp domain:_domains'
sendemail.smtpserver:'SMTP server to connect to:smtp host:_hosts'
sendemail.smtpserverport:'port to connect to SMTP server on:smtp port:_ports'
sendemail.smtpuser:'user to use for SMTP-AUTH:smtp user:_users'
sendemail.thread:'set In-Reply-To\: and References\: headers::->bool:true'
sendemail.validate:'perform sanity checks on patches::->bool:true'
'sendemail.*.aliasesfile:file containing email aliases::_files'
'sendemail.*.aliasfiletype:format of aliasesfile::->sendemail.aliasfiletype'
'sendemail.*.bcc:value of Bcc\: header::_email_addresses'
'sendemail.*.cc:value of Cc\: header::_email_addresses'
'sendemail.*.cccmd:command to generate Cc\: header with:Cc\: command:_path_commands'
'sendemail.*.chainreplyto:send each email as a reply to the previous one::->bool:false'
'sendemail.*.confirm:type of confirmation required before sending::->sendemail.confirm:auto'
'sendemail.*.envelopesender:envelope sender to send emails as::_email_addresses'
'sendemail.*.from:sender email address::_email_addresses'
'sendemail.*.multiedit:edit all files at once::->bool:false'
'sendemail.*.signedoffbycc:add Signed-off-by\: or Cc\: lines to Cc\: header::->bool:true'
'sendemail.*.smtppass:password to use for SMTP-AUTH:password:->string'
'sendemail.*.suppresscc:rules for suppressing Cc\:::->sendemail.suppresscc'
'sendemail.*.suppressfrom:rules for suppressing From\:::->sendemail.suppressfrom'
'sendemail.*.to:value of To\: header::_email_addresses'
'sendemail.*.smtpdomain:FQDN to use for HELO/EHLO commands to SMTP server:smtp domain:_domains'
'sendemail.*.smtpserver:SMTP server to connect to:smtp host:_hosts'
'sendemail.*.smtpserverport:port to connect to SMTP server on:smtp port:_ports'
'sendemail.*.smtpuser:user to use for SMTP-AUTH:smtp user:_users'
'sendemail.*.thread:set In-Reply-To\: and References\: headers::->bool:true'
'sendemail.*.validate:perform sanity checks on patches::->bool:true'
sendemail.assume8bitEncoding:'encoding to use for non-ASCII messages::__git_encodings'
showbranch.default:'default set of branches for git show-branch::->branch'
status.relativePaths:'show paths relative to current directory::->bool:false'
status.showUntrackedFiles:'show untracked files::->status.showUntrackedFiles:normal'
status.submodulesummary:'include submodule summary::->bool:false'
'submodule.*.path:path within project:submodule directory:_directories -qS \:'
'submodule.*.url:URL to update from::__git_any_repositories'
'submodule.*.update:update strategy to use::->submodule.update'
'submodule.*.ignore:ignore modifications to submodules with git status and git diff-*::->submodule.ignore'
svn.noMetadata:'disable git-svn-id: lines at end of commits::->bool:false'
svn.useSvmProps:'use remappings of URLs and UUIDs from mirrors::->bool:false'
svn.useSvnsyncProps:'use remappings of URLs and UUIDs for the svnsync command::->bool:false'
svn.ignore-paths:'regular expression of paths to not check out:regular expression:->string'
svn.brokenSymlinkWorkaround:'apply the broken-symlink check::->bool:true'
svn.pathnameencoding:'encoding to recode pathnames into::->encoding'
svn.followparent:'follow parent commit::->bool:true'
svn.authorsFile:'default authors file:authors file:_files'
svn.quiet:'produce less output::->bool:false'
'svn-remote.*.noMetadata:disable git-svn-id: lines at end of commits::->bool:false'
'svn-remote.*.useSvmProps:use remappings of URLs and UUIDs from mirrors::->bool:false'
'svn-remote.*.useSvnsyncProps:use remappings of URLs and UUIDs for the svnsync command::->bool:false'
'svn-remote.*.rewriteRoot:alternate root URL to use:root url:_urls'
'svn-remote.*.rewriteUUID:remap URLs and UUIDs for mirrors manually::->bool:false'
'svn-remote.*.ignore-paths:regular expression of paths to not check out:regular expression:->string'
'svn-remote.*.url:URL to connect to::_urls'
'svn-remote.*.fetch:fetch specification::__git_ref_specs'
'svn-remote.*.branches:branch mappings:branch mapping:->string'
'svn-remote.*.tags:tag mappings:tag mapping:->string'
tar.umask:'umask to apply::->umask'
transfer.unpackLimit:'default value for fetch.unpackLimit and receive.unpackLimit:unpack limit:->int:100'
'url.*.insteadOf:string to start URLs with:prefix:->string'
'url.*.pushInsteadOf:string to start URLs to push to with:prefix:->string'
user.email:'email address used for commits::_email_addresses'
user.name:'full name used for commits:name:->string'
user.signingkey:'default GPG key to use when creating signed tags::__git_gpg_secret_keys'
web.browser:'web browser to use::__git_browsers')
case $state in
(section)
__git_config_sections -b '(|)' '^' section-names 'section name' $* && ret=0
;;
(is-a-tty)
declare -a values
values=(
true
false
auto)
_describe -t values 'stdout is a tty' values && ret=0
;;
(option)
local label=option
declare -a sections sections_and_options options
[[ -prefix *. ]] && label="${line[1]%.*} option"
if compset -P '[^.]##.*.'; then
declare -a match mbegin mend
options+=(${${${${(M)git_options_static:#(#i)${IPREFIX}[^.:]##:*}#(#i)${IPREFIX}}/#(#b)([^:]##:)([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:[^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:->bool)/$match[1]whether or not to $match[2]}/#(#b)([^:]##:([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#))*/$match[1]})
options+=(${${${${(M)git_options_static:#(#i)${IPREFIX%%.*}.\*.[^.:]##:*}#(#i)${IPREFIX%%.*}.\*.}/#(#b)([^:]##:)([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:[^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:->bool)/$match[1]whether or not to $match[2]}/#(#b)([^:]##:([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#))*/$match[1]})
declare -a labels
labels=(
'branch.*.:${${line[1]#branch.}%.*} branch option'
'browser.*.:${${line[1]#browser.}%.*} browser option'
'color.branch.:branch-specific color option'
'color.diff.:diff-specific color option'
'color.decorate.:git-log---decorate-specific color option'
'color.grep.:git-grep-specific color option'
'color.interactive.:interaction-specific color option'
'color.status.:git-status-specific color option'
'difftool.*.:${${line[1]#difftool.}%.*}-specific option'
'gc.*.:${${line[1]#gc.}%.*}-specific gc option'
'gitcvs.*.:gitcvs ${${line[1]#gitcvs.}%.*}-specific option'
'guitool.*.:${${line[1]#gc.}%.*}-specific option'
'man.*.:${${line[1]#man.}%.*}-specific man option'
'merge.*.:${${line[1]#merge.}%.*}-specific merge option'
'mergetool.*.:${${line[1]#mergetool.}%.*}-specific option'
'sendemail.*.:${${line[1]#sendemail.}%.*}-specific sendemail option'
'submodule.*.:${${line[1]#submodule.}%.*}-submodule-specific option'
'url.*.:${${line[1]#url.}%.*}-specific option'
'svn-remote.*.:git-svn ${${line[1]#svn-remote.}%.*}-specific option')
local found
found=${${${(M)labels:#(${IPREFIX}|${IPREFIX%%.*}.\*.):*}[1]}#*:}
[[ -n $found ]] && label=${(Q)"$(eval "print -rn -- $found")"}
elif compset -P '[^.]##.'; then
local opt
declare -a match mbegin mend
for opt in ${${${${(M)git_options_static:#(#i)${IPREFIX}[^.:]##:*}#(#i)${IPREFIX}}/#(#b)([^:]##:)([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:[^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#:->bool)/$match[1]whether or not to $match[2]}/#(#b)([^:]##:([^\\:]#(\\?[^\\:]#)#))*/$match[1]}; do
if (( ${git_options_static[(I)${opt%%:*}.*]} )); then
sections_and_options+=$opt
else
options+=$opt
fi
done
declare -a subsections
subsections=(
'color.decorate:git log --decorate options'
'gitcvs.ext:ext-connection-method-specific options'
'gitcvs.pserver:pserver-connection-method-specific options'
'notes.rewrite:commands to copy notes from original for when rewriting commits')
sections+=(${${(M)subsections:#${IPREFIX}[^.:]##(.|):*}#${IPREFIX}})
# TODO: Is it fine to use functions like this before _describe below,
# or do we need a tag loop?
# TODO: It would be nice to output _message -e TYPE label when the
# following functions don’t generate any output in the case of
# multi-level options.
case $IPREFIX in
(alias.)
__git_aliases && ret=0
;;
(branch.)
__git_branch_names -S . && ret=0
;;
(browser.)
__git_browsers -S . && ret=0
;;
(difftool.)
__git_difftools -S . && ret=0
;;
(gc.)
__git_config_sections '^gc\..+\.[^.]+$' refpatterns 'ref pattern' -S . && ret=0
;;
(guitool.)
__git_config_sections '^guitool\..+\.[^.]+$' guitools 'gui tool' -S . && ret=0
;;
(man.)
__git_man_viewers -S . && ret=0
;;
(merge.)
__git_merge_drivers -S . && ret=0
;;
(mergetool.)
__git_mergetools -S . && ret=0
;;
(pager.)
_git_commands && ret=0
;;
(pretty.)
__git_config_sections -a '(|)' '^pretty\..+\.[^.]+$' prettys 'pretty format string' && ret=0
;;
(remote.)
__git_remotes -S . && ret=0
;;
(remotes.)
__git_remote-groups && ret=0
;;
(sendemail.)
__git_sendemail_identities -S . && ret=0
;;
(submodule.)
__git_submodules -S . && ret=0
;;
(url.)
__git_config_sections '^url\..+\.[^.]+$' bases base -S . && ret=0
;;
(svn-remote.)
__git_svn-remotes -S . && ret=0
;;
esac
else
sections=(
advice:'options controlling advice'
core:'options controlling git core'
add:'git add options'
alias:'command aliases'
am:'git am options'
apply:'git apply options'
branch:'branch options'
browser:'browser options'
clean:'git clean options'
color:'color options'
commit:'git commit options'
diff:'diff options'
difftool:'difftools'
fetch:'git fetch options'
format:'format options'
gc:'git gc options'
gitcvs:'git-cvs options'
gui:'git gui options'
guitool:'git gui tool options'
help:'git help options'
http:'http options'
i18n:'internationalization options'
imap:'IMAP options'
init:'git init options'
instaweb:'git web options'
interactive:'options controlling interactivity'
log:'git log options'
mailmap:'mailmap options'
man:'man options'
merge:'git merge options'
mergetool:'mergetools'
notes:'git notes options'
pack:'options controlling packing'
pager:'pager options'
pretty:'pretty formats'
pull:'git pull options'
push:'git push options'
rebase:'git rebase options'
receive:'git receive options'
remote:'remotes'
remotes:'remotes groups'
repack:'repack options'
rerere:'git rerere options'
sendemail:'git send-email options'
showbranch:'showbranch options'
status:'git status options'
submodule:'git submodule options'
tar:'git tar-tree options'
transfer:'options controlling transfers'
url:'URL prefixes'
user:'options controlling user identity'
web:'web options'
svn:'git svn options'
svn-remote:'git svn remotes')
fi
# TODO: Add equivalent of -M 'r:|.=* r:|=*' here so that we can complete
# b.d.c to browser.dillo.cmd.
_describe -t option-names $label \
sections -M 'm:{[:lower:][:upper:]}={[:upper:][:lower:]}' -S . -- \
sections_and_options -M 'm:{[:lower:][:upper:]}={[:upper:][:lower:]}' -qS . -- \
options -M 'm:{[:lower:][:upper:]}={[:upper:][:lower:]}' && ret=0
;;
(gettable-option)
_describe -t git-options option \
${${${(0)"$(_call_program gettable-options git config -z --list)"}%%$'\n'*}//:/\\:} && ret=0
;;
(gettable-colorbool-option)
__git_config_sections -b '(|)' -a '(|)' '^color\.[^.]+$' gettable-colorbool-options option && ret=0
;;
(gettable-color-option)
__git_config_sections -b '(|)' -a '(|)' '^color\.[^.]+\..*$' gettable-color-options option && ret=0
;;
(value)
local current=${${(0)"$(_call_program current "git config $opt_args[(I)--system|--global|--local] ${(kv)opt_args[(I)-f|--file]} -z --get '$line[1]'")"}#*$'\n'}
case $line[1] in
(alias.*)
if [[ -n $current ]]; then
compadd - $current && ret=0
else
_message 'command'
fi
return
;;
(remotes.*)
# TODO: Use this strategy for all multi-item values.
compset -P '* '
local suffix
if [[ $words[CURRENT] == [\"\']* ]]; then
suffix=' '
else
suffix='\ '
fi
# TODO: Should really only complete unique remotes, that is, not the same
# remote more than once in the list.
__git_remotes -S $suffix -q && ret=0
return ret
;;
esac
local z=$'\0'
declare -a parts
parts=("${(S@0)${git_options_static[(r)(#i)${line[1]}:*]}//(#b)(*[^\\]|):/$match[1]$z}")
if (( $#parts < 2 )) && [[ $line[1] == [^.]##.*.[^.]## ]]; then
parts=("${(S@0)${git_options_static[(r)(#i)${line[1]%%.*}.\*.${line[1]##*.}:*]}//(#b)(*[^\\]|):/$match[1]$z}")
fi
(( $#parts > 0 )) || return ret
case $parts[4] in
('->'*)
case ${parts[4]#->} in
(apply.ignorewhitespace)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
{no,false,never,none}':do not ignore whitespace' \
change:'ignore changes in whitespace' && ret=0
;;
(apply.whitespace)
__git_apply_whitespace_strategies && ret=0
;;
(bool)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" && ret=0
;;
(branch)
__git_branch_names && ret=0
;;
(branch.autosetuprebase)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
never:'never set branch.*.rebase to true' \
local:'set branch.*.rebase to true for tracked branches of local branches' \
remote:'set branch.*.rebase to true for tracked branches of remote branches' \
always:'set branch.*.rebase to true for all tracking branches' && ret=0
;;
(branch.mergeoptions)
# TODO: Complete options to git-merge(1).
_message 'git-merge options'
;;
(bytes)
__git_guard_bytes "$parts[2]" && ret=0
;;
(color)
compset -P '* '
case ($words[CURRENT]) in
(?*' '?*' '*)
if [[ $words[CURRENT] == *(bold|dim|ul|blink|reverse)* ]]; then
__git_colors && ret=0
else
__git_color_attributes && ret=0
fi
;;
(*)
local suffix q_flag
if [[ $words[CURRENT] == [\"\']* ]]; then
suffix=' '
q_flag=-q
else
suffix='\ '
fi
if [[ $words[CURRENT] == *(bold|dim|ul|blink|reverse)* ]]; then
__git_colors -S $suffix $q_flag && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'colors::__git_colors -S $suffix $q_flag' \
'attributes::__git_color_attributes -S $suffix $q_flag' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
;;
(color-bool)
__git_config_values -t booleans -l boolean -- "$current" false \
{never,false,no,off}:"do not $parts[2]" \
always:"always $parts[2]" \
{auto,true,yes,on}:$parts[2] && ret=0
;;
(compression)
__git_compression_levels && ret=0
;;
(core.autocrlf)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
input:'convert CRLFs on input only' && ret=0
;;
(core.createObject)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
rename:'rename source objects' \
link:'hardlink, then delete source objects' && ret=0
;;
(core.safecrlf)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
warn:'only warn about irreversible CRLF conversions' && ret=0
;;
(core.whitespace)
declare -a values
values=(
'blank-at-eol[treat whitespace at the end of the line as an error]'
'space-before-tab[treat space character before tab character in initial indent as an error]'
'indent-with-non-tab[treat lines indented with 8 or more space characters as an error]'
'tab-in-indent[treat lines indented with a tab character as an error]'
'blank-at-eof[treat blank lines at the end of the files as an error]'
'cr-at-eol[treat carriage-return at the end of the line as part of line terminator]')
_values -s , $parts[2] $values && ret=0
;;
(days)
if [[ -n $current ]]; then
compadd - $current && ret=0
elif [[ -n $parts[5] ]]; then
compadd - $parts[5] && ret=0
else
__git_guard_number 'number of days'
fi
;;
(days+now)
# TODO: This needs to be improved.
if [[ -n $current ]]; then
compadd - $current && ret=0
elif [[ -n $parts[5] ]]; then
compadd - $parts[5] && ret=0
else
__git_guard_number 'number of days'
fi
;;
(diff.renames)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
{copies,copy}:'try to detect both renames and copies' && ret=0
;;
(encoding)
__git_encodings && ret=0
;;
(eol)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
lf:'use LF' \
crlf:'use CR+LF' \
native:'use line ending of platform' && ret=0
;;
(format.numbered)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
auto:'use sequence numbers if more than one patch' && ret=0
;;
(format.thread)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
deep:'make every mail a reply to the previous one' \
shallow:'make every mail a reply to the first one' && ret=0
;;
(gc.packrefs)
__git_config_booleans "$current" "$parts[5]" "$parts[2]" \
notbare:'pack references if the repository has a working directory' && ret=0
;;
(gitcvs.dbdriver)
# TODO: Would be nice to only include those that are installed, but I
# couldn’t figure out a good way of doing that when I wrote this code.
__git_config_values -t dbi-drivers -l 'DBI driver' -- "$current" "$part[5]" \
SQLite:'use the SQLite database driver' \
Pg:'use the Pg database driver' && ret=0
;;
(help.format)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
man:'use man' \
info:'use info' \
{web,html}:'use HTML' && ret=0
;;
(imap.authMethod)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
CRAM-MD5:'use CRAM-MD5' && ret=0
;;
(int)
if [[ -n $current ]]; then
compadd - $current && ret=0
elif [[ -n $parts[5] ]]; then
compadd - $parts[5] && ret=0
else
__git_guard_number 'integer'
fi
;;
(merge.conflictstyle)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
merge:'use standard merge style' \
diff3:'use diff3 style' && ret=0
;;
(merge.verbosity)
__git_config_values -t verbosity-levels -l 'verbosity level' -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
0:'only final error message if conflicts were detected'
1:'conflicts'
2:'conflicts and file changes'
5:'debugging information' && ret=0
;;
(notes.rewriteMode)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
overwrite:'overwrite existing notes' \
concatenate:'add the note to the existing ones' \
ignore:'ignore the new note' && ret=0
;;
(permission)
__git_repository_permissions && ret=0
;;
(push.default)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
nothing:'do not push anything' \
matching:'push all matching branches' \
tracking:'push current branch to its upstream branch' \
current:'push current branch to branch of same name' && ret=0
;;
(receive.denyCurrentBranch)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
{refuse,true,yes,on}:'update ref to current branch of non-bare repository' \
{warn}:'warn about dangers of pushing, but perform it anyway' \
{false,no,off}:'do not update ref to current branch of non-bare repository' && ret=0
;;
(remote.tagopt)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
--tags:'automatically follow tags' \
--no-tags:'do not automatically follow tags' && ret=0
;;
(sendemail.aliasfiletype)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
elm:'elm(1)' \
gnus:'gnus(1)' \
mutt:'mutt(1)' \
mailrc:'mailrc(5)' \
pine:'pine(1)' && ret=0
;;
(sendemail.confirm)
__git_sendemail_confirm_values && ret=0
;;
(sendemail.smtpencryption)
__git_sendemail_smtpencryption_values && ret=0
;;
(sendemail.suppresscc)
__git_sendemail_suppresscc_values && ret=0
;;
(status.showUntrackedFiles)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
no:'do not show untracked files' \
normal:'show untracked files and directories' \
all:'show all individual files in directories' && ret=0
;;
(refname|string)
# TODO: Something better?
if [[ -n $current ]]; then
compadd - $current && ret=0
elif [[ -n $parts[5] ]]; then
compadd - $parts[5] && ret=0
else
# _message 'refname'
_message "${parts[3]:-${parts[2]:-value}}"
fi
;;
(submodule.ignore)
__git_config_values -- "$current" "$parts[5]" \
all:'never consider submodules modified' \
dirty:'ignore all changes to submodule work tree, only take diff between HEAD and recorded commit' \
untracked:'show modified tracked files' \
none:'show modified tracked and untracked files' && ret=0
;;
(umask)
_alternative \
'values:value:(user)' \
'umasks::__git_guard_number umask' && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
(*)
# TODO: Do we need to set up a _requested/_next_label?
declare -a action
local expl
_description values expl "$parts[2]"
eval "action=($parts[4])"
"$action[1]" "$expl[@]" "${(@)action[2,-1]}" && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-fast-export] )) ||
_git-fast-export () {
# TODO: * should be git-rev-arg and git-rev-list arguments.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--progress=[insert progress statements]: :__git_guard_number interval' \
'--signed-tags=[specify how to handle signed tags]:action:((verbatim\:"silently export"
warn\:"export, but warn"
strip\:"export unsigned tags instead"
abort\:"abort on signed tags (default)"))' \
'--tag-of-filtered-object=[specify how to handle tags whose tagged object is filtered out]:action:((abort\:"abort on such tags"
drop\:"omit such tags"
rewrite\:"tag ancestor commit"))' \
'-M-[detect moving lines in the file as well]: : :__git_guard_number "number of characters"' \
'-C-[detect copies as well as renames with given scope]: :__git_guard_number size' \
'--export-marks=[dump internal marks table when complete]: :_files' \
'--import-marks=[load marks before processing input]: :_files' \
'--fake-missing-tagger=[fake a tagger when tags lack them]' \
'--no-data[do not output blocb objects, instead referring to them via their SHA-1 hash]' \
'--full-tree[output full tree for each commit]' \
'*: :__git_commit_ranges'
}
(( $+functions[_git-fast-import] )) ||
_git-fast-import () {
_arguments -S -A '-*' \
'--date-format=-[type of dates used in input]:format:((raw\:"native Git format"
rfc2822\:"standard email format from RFC 2822"
now\:"use current time and timezone"' \
'--force[force updating modified existing branches]' \
'--max-pack-size=-[maximum size of each packfile]: :__git_guard_bytes' \
'--big-file-threshold=-[maximum size of blob to create deltas for]: :__git_guard_bytes' \
'--depth=-[maximum delta depth for blob and tree deltification]: :__git_guard_number "maximum delta depth"' \
'--active-branches=-[maximum number of branches to maintain active at once]: :__git_guard_number "maximum number of branches"' \
'--export-marks=-[dump internal marks table when complete]: :_files' \
'--import-marks=-[load marks before processing input]: :_files' \
'*--relative-marks[paths for export/import are relative to internal directory in current repository]' \
'*--no-relative-marks[paths for export/import are not relative to internal directory in current repository]' \
'--export-pack-edges=-[list packfiles and last commit on branches in them in given file]: :_files' \
'--quiet[disable all non-fatal output]' \
'--stats[display statistics about object created]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-filter-branch] )) ||
_git-filter-branch () {
# TODO: --*-filter should take a whole command line.
# TODO: --original should take subdirectory under .git named refs/* or some
# such.
# TODO: * should be git-rev-arg and git-rev-list arguments.
_arguments -S -A '-*' \
'--env-filter[filter for modifying environment in which commit will be performed]: :_path_commands' \
'--tree-filter[filter for rewriting tree and its contents]: :_path_commands' \
'--index-filter[filter for rewriting index]: :_path_commands' \
'--parent-filter[filter for rewriting parent list of commit]: :_path_commands' \
'--msg-filter[filter for rewriting commit messages]: :_path_commands' \
'--commit-filter[filter for rewriting commit]: :_path_commands' \
'--tag-name-filter[filter for rewriting tag names]: :_path_commands' \
'--subdirectory-filter[only look at histor that touches given directory]: :_directories' \
'--prune-empty[ignore empty generated commits]' \
'--original[namespace where original commits will be stored]:namespace:_directories' \
'-d[temporary directory used for rewriting]: :_directories' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[force operation]' \
'*: :__git_commit_ranges'
}
(( $+functions[_git-mergetool] )) ||
_git-mergetool () {
# TODO: Only complete files with merge conflicts.
_arguments -S -A '-*' \
'(-t --tool)'{-t,--tool=}'[merge resolution program to use]: :__git_mergetools' \
'(-y --no-prompt --prompt)'{-y,--no-prompt}'[do not prompt before invocation of merge resolution program]' \
'(-y --no-prompt)--prompt[prompt before invocation of merge resolution program]' \
'*:conflicted file:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-pack-refs] )) ||
_git-pack-refs () {
_arguments \
'( --no-all)--all[pack all refs]' \
'(--all )--no-all[do not pack all refs]' \
'( --no-prune)--prune[remove loose refs after packing them]' \
'(--prune )--no-prune[do not remove loose refs after packing them]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-prune] )) ||
_git-prune () {
_arguments -S \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[do not remove anything; just report what would be removed]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[report all removed objects]' \
'--expire[only expire loose objects older than given date]: :__git_datetimes' \
'*:: :__git_heads'
}
(( $+functions[_git-reflog] )) ||
_git-reflog () {
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
if [[ $words[2] == --* ]]; then
_arguments -S \
$revision_options \
':: :__git_references'
else
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
# TODO: -h is undocumented.
_arguments -C -S \
'(- : *)-h[display usage]' \
$revision_options \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
'expire:prune old reflog entries'
'delete:delete entries from reflog'
'show:show log of ref')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(expire)
# TODO: -n, --dry-run is undocumented.
_arguments -S \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[undocumented]' \
'--stale-fix[TODO\: provide a decent description for this option]' \
'--expire=-[prune entries older than given time]: :__git_datetimes' \
'--expire-unreachable=-[prune entries older than given time and unreachable]: :__git_datetimes' \
'--all[prune all refs]' \
'--updateref[update ref with SHA-1 of top reflog entry after expiring or deleting]' \
'--rewrite[adjust reflog entries to ensure old SHA-1 points to new SHA-1 of previous entry after expring or deleting]' \
'--verbose[output additional information]' && ret=0
;;
(delete)
# TODO: -n, --dry-run is undocumented.
_arguments -C -S \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[undocumented]' \
'--updateref[update ref with SHA-1 of top reflog entry after expiring or deleting]' \
'--rewrite[adjust reflog entries to ensure old SHA-1 points to new SHA-1 of previous entry after expring or deleting]' \
'*:: :->reflog-entry' && ret=0
case $state in
(reflog-entry)
# TODO: __git_ignore_line doesn’t work here for some reason.
__git_ignore_line __git_reflog_entries && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
(show|--*)
_arguments -S \
$revision_options \
':: :__git_references' && ret=0
;;
esac
esac
return ret
fi
}
(( $+functions[_git-relink] )) ||
_git-relink () {
# TODO: --help is undocumented.
_arguments \
'--safe[stop if two objects with the same hash exist but have different sizes]' \
'--help[display help]' \
': :_directories' \
': :_directories' \
'*: :_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-remote] )) ||
_git-remote () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[show remote url after name]' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
'add:add a new remote'
'rename:rename a remote and update all associated tracking branches'
'rm:remove a remote and all associated tracking branches'
'set-head:set or delete default branch for a remote'
'set-branches:change list of branches tracked by a remote'
'set-url:change URL for a remote'
'show:show information about a given remote'
'prune:delete all stale tracking branches for a remote'
'update:fetch updates for a set of remotes')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
case $line[1] in
(add)
# TODO: -t and --track should really list branches at url.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-f --fetch)'{-f,--fetch}'[run git fetch on new remote after it has been created]' \
'( --no-tags)--tags[tell git fetch to import every tag from remote repository]' \
'(--tags )--no-tags[tell git fetch to not import every tag from remote repository]' \
'*'{-t,--track=}'[track given branch instead of default glob refspec]: :__git_branch_names' \
'(-m --master)'{-m,--master=}'[set HEAD of remote to point to given master branch]: :__git_branch_names' \
'--mirror[do not use separate remotes]' \
':name:__git_remotes' \
':url:_urls' && ret=0
;;
(rename)
_arguments \
':old name:__git_remotes' \
':new name:__git_remotes' && ret=0
;;
(rm)
_arguments \
': :__git_remotes' && ret=0
;;
(set-head)
# TODO: Second argument should be a branch at url for remote.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(- 2)'{-d,--delete}'[delete default branch]' \
'(- 2)'{-a,--auto}'[determine default branch automatically]' \
': :__git_remotes' \
': :__git_branch_names' && ret=0
;;
(set-branches)
# TODO: Branches should be at url.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--add[add branches to those already defined]' \
': :__git_remotes' \
'*: :__git_branch_names' && ret=0
;;
(set-url)
# TODO: Old URL should be one of those defined for the remote.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(3)--push[manipulate push URLs instead of fetch URLs]' \
'--add[add URL to those already defined]' \
'(3)--delete[delete all matching URLs]' \
': :__git_remotes' \
':new url:_urls' \
':old url:_urls' && ret=0
;;
(show)
_arguments -w -S -s \
'-n[do not contact the remote for a list of branches]' \
'*: :__git_remotes' && ret=0
;;
(prune)
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[do not actually prune, only list what would be done]' \
'*: :__git_remotes' && ret=0
;;
(update)
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-p --prune)'{-p,--prune}'[prune all updated remotes]' \
': :__git_remote-groups' && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-repack] )) ||
_git-repack () {
# TODO: --quiet is undocumented.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-A)-a[pack all objects into a single pack]' \
'(-a)-A[pack all objects into a single pack, but unreachable objects become loose]' \
'-d[remove redundant packs after packing]' \
'-l[pass --local option to git pack-objects]' \
'-f[pass --no-reuse-delta option to git pack-objects]' \
'-F[pass --no-reuse-object option to git pack-objects]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[pass -q option to git pack-objects]' \
'-n[do not update server information]' \
'--window=-[number of objects to consider when doing delta compression]: :__git_guard_number "number of objects"' \
'--depth=-[maximum delta depth]: :__git_guard_number "maximum delta depth"' \
'--window-memory=-[scale window size dynamically to not use more than N bytes of memory]: :__git_guard_bytes' \
'--max-pack-size=-[maximum size of each output packfile]:maximum pack size:__git_guard_bytes'
}
(( $+functions[_git-replace] )) ||
_git-replace () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(- *)-f[overwrite existing replace ref]' \
'(- 2)-d[delete existing replace refs]' \
'(- : *)-l[list replace refs]:pattern' \
': :__git_objects' \
':replacement:__git_objects' \
'*: :__git_objects'
}
# Ancillary Commands (Interrogators)
(( $+functions[_git-blame] )) ||
_git-blame () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
# TODO: Not sure about __git_cached_files.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'-b[show blank SHA-1 for boundary commits]' \
'--root[do not treat root commits as boundaries]' \
'--show-stats[include additional statistics at the end of blame output]' \
'-L[annotate only the given line range]: :->line-range' \
'-l[show long rev]' \
'-t[show raw timestamp]' \
'-S[use revs from revs-file]:revs-file:_files' \
'--reverse[walk histor forward instead of backward]' \
'(-p --porcelain)'{-p,--porcelain}'[show results designed for machine processing]' \
'--incremental[show results incrementally for machine processing]' \
'--contents[annotate against the given file if no rev is specified]: :_files' \
'(-h --help)'{-h,--help}'[show help message]' \
'-c[use same output format as git annotate]' \
'--score-debug[output debugging information relating to -C and -M line movement]' \
'(-f --show-name)'{-f,--show-name}'[show the filename of the original commit]' \
'(-n --show-number)'{-n,--show-number}'[show the line number in the original commit]' \
'-s[suppress author name and timestamp]' \
'-w[ignore whitespace when finding lines]' \
$revision_options \
': :__git_cached_files' \
':: :__git_revisions' && ret=0
case $state in
(line-range)
if compset -P '([[:digit:]]#|/[^/]#(\\?[^/]#)#/),'; then
_alternative \
'line-numbers::__git_guard_number "line number"' \
'regexes::_guard "(/[^/]#(\\?[^/]#)#(/|)|)" regex' \
'offsets::_guard "([+-][[:digit:]]#|)" "line offset"' && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'line-numbers::__git_guard_number "line number"' \
'regexes::_guard "(/[^/]#(\\?[^/]#)#(/|)|)" regex' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-cherry] )) ||
_git-cherry () {
# TODO: --abbrev is undocumented.
_arguments \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]' \
'--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length' \
':upstream commit:__git_commits' \
'::head commit:__git_commits' \
'::limit commit:__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-count-objects] )) ||
_git-count-objects () {
_arguments \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[also report number of in-pack objects and objects that can be removed]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-difftool] )) ||
_git-difftool () {
# TODO: Is this fine, or do we need to modify the context or similar?
_git-diff \
'(-y --no-prompt --prompt)'{-y,--no-prompt}'[do not prompt before invocation of diff tool]' \
'(-y --no-prompt)--prompt[prompt before invocation of diff tool]' \
'(-t --tool -x --extcmd)'{-t,--tool=-}'[merge resolution program to use]: :__git_difftools' \
'(-t --tool -x --extcmd)'{-x,--extcmd=-}'[custom diff command to use]: :_path_commands' \
'(-g --gui)'{-g,--gui}'[use diff.guitool instead of diff.tool]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-fsck] )) ||
_git-fsck () {
# TODO: -v is undocumented.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--unreachable[show objects that are unreferenced in the object database]' \
'--root[show root nodes]' \
'--tags[show tags]' \
'--cache[consider objects recorded in the index as head nodes for reachability traces]' \
'--no-reflogs[do not consider commits referenced only by reflog entries to be reachable]' \
'--full[check all object directories]' \
'--strict[do strict checking]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]' \
'--lost-found[write dangling objects into .git/lost-found]' \
'*: :__git_objects'
}
(( $+functions[_git-get-tar-commit-id] )) ||
_git-get-tar-commit-id () {
_message 'no arguments allowed; accepts tar-file on standard input'
}
(( $+functions[_git-help] )) ||
_git-help () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'( -i --info -m --man -w --web)'{-a,--all}'[show all available commands]' \
'(-a --all -m --man -w --web)'{-i,--info}'[show all available commands]' \
'(-a --all -i --info -w --web)'{-m,--man}'[show all available commands]' \
'(-a --all -i --info -m --man )'{-w,--web}'[show all available commands]' \
': :_git_commands'
}
(( $+functions[_git-instaweb] )) ||
_git-instaweb () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-l --local)'{-l,--local}'[bind the web server to 127.0.0.1]' \
'(-d --httpd)'{-d,--httpd=}'[HTTP-daemon command-line that will be executed]:command line' \
'(-m --module-path)'{-m,--module-path=}'[module path for the Apache HTTP-daemon]:module path:_directories' \
'(-p --port)'{-p,--port=}'[port to bind web server to]: :__git_guard_number port' \
'(-b --browser)'{-b,--browser=}'[web-browser command-line that will be executed]:command line' \
'(:)--start[start the HTTP-daemon and exit]' \
'(:)--stop[stop the HTTP-daemon and exit]' \
'(:)--restart[restart the HTTP-daemon and exit]' \
': :->command' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
start:'start the HTTP-daemon and exit'
stop:'stop the HTTP-daemon and exit'
restart:'restart the HTTP-daemon and exit')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-merge-tree] )) ||
_git-merge-tree () {
_arguments \
':base-tree:__git_tree_ishs' \
':branch 1:__git_tree_ishs' \
':branch 2:__git_tree_ishs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-rerere] )) ||
_git-rerere () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
# TODO: --rerere-autoupdate is undocumented.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'--rerere-autoupdate[register clean resolutions in index]' \
': :->command' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
# TODO: This isn’t optimal, as forget get confused.
_values command \
'clear[reset metadata used by rerere]' \
'forget[resets metadata used by rerere for specific conflict]: :__git_cached_files' \
'diff[output diffs for the current state of the resolution]' \
'status[like diff, but only output filesames]' \
'gc[prune old records of conflicted merges]' && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-rev-parse] )) ||
_git-rev-parse () {
local parseopt_opt= sq_quote_opt= local_env_vars_opt= h_opt=
declare -a quiet_opts
if (( CURRENT == 2 )); then
parseopt_opt='--parseopt[use git rev-parse in option parsing mode]'
sq_quote_opt='--sq-quote[use git rev-parse in shell quoting mode]'
local_env_vars_opt='--local-env-vars[list git environment variables local to repository]'
h_opt='-h[display usage]'
fi
if (( words[(I)--verify] )); then
quiet_opts=({-q,--quiet}'[do not output error messages]')
fi
local ret=0
if (( words[(I)--parseopt] )); then
if (( words[(I)--] )); then
_message 'argument'
else
# TODO: Parse option specification?
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(- *)'{-h,--help}'[display usage]' \
'--keep-dashdash[do not skip first -- option]' \
'--stop-at-non-option[stop parsing options at first non-option argument]' \
'*:option specification' && ret=0
fi
elif (( words[(I)--sq-quote] )); then
_message 'argument'
elif (( words[(I)--local-env-vars|-h] )); then
_message 'no more arguments'
else
_arguments \
$parseopt_opt \
$sq_quote_opt \
$local_env_vars_opt \
$h_opt \
'( --no-revs --verify --short)--revs-only[do not output flags and parameters not meant for git rev-list]' \
'(--revs-only --verify --short)--no-revs[do not output flags and parameters meant for git rev-list]' \
'( --no-flags --verify --short)--flags[do not output non-flag parameters]' \
'(--flags --verify --short)--no-flags[do not output flag parameters]' \
'--default[use given argument if there is no parameter given]:argument' \
'(--revs-only --no-revs --flags --no-flags --short)--verify[verify parameter to be usable]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]' \
'--sq[output single shell-quoted line]' \
'--not[toggle ^ prefix of object names]' \
'( --symbolic-full-name)--symbolic[output in a format as true to input as possible]' \
'(--symbolic )--symbolic-full-name[same as --symbolic, but omit non-ref inputs]' \
'--abbrev-ref=-[a non-ambiguous short name of object]::mode:(strict loose)' \
'--all[show all refs found in refs/]' \
'--branches=-[show branch refs found in refs/heads/]::shell glob pattern' \
'--tags=-[show tag refs found in refs/tags/]::shell glob pattern' \
'--remotes=-[show tag refs found in refs/remotes/]::shell glob pattern' \
'--glob=-[show all matching refs]::shell glob pattern' \
'--show-toplevel[show absolute path of top-level directory]' \
'--show-prefix[show path of current directory relative to top-level directory]' \
'--show-cdup[show path of top-level directory relative to current directory]' \
'--git-dir[show $GIT_DIR if defined else show path to .git directory]' \
'--is-inside-git-dir[show whether or not current working directory is below repository directory]' \
'--is-inside-work-tree[show whether or not current working directory is inside work tree]' \
'--is-bare-repository[show whether or not repository is bare]' \
'(--revs-only --no-revs --flags --no-flags --verify)--short=-[show only shorter unique name]:: :__git_guard_number length' \
'(--since --after)'{--since=-,--after=-}'[show --max-age= parameter corresponding given date string]:datestring' \
'(--until --before)'{--until=-,--before=-}'[show --min-age= parameter corresponding given date string]:datestring' \
'*: :__git_objects' && ret=0
fi
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-show-branch] )) ||
_git-show-branch () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s -A '-*' \
'(--more --merge-base --independent)--list[do not show any ancestry (--more=-1)]' \
- branches \
'(-r --remotes -a --all)'{-r,--remotes}'[show remote-tracking branches]' \
'(-r --remotes -a --all)'{-a,--all}'[show both remote-tracking branches and local branches]' \
'--current[include current branch to the list of revs]' \
'( --date-order)--topo-order[show commits in topological order]' \
'(--topo-order )--date-order[show commits in commit-date order]' \
'--sparse[output merges that are reachable from multiple tips being shown]' \
'( --list --merge-base --independent)--more=[go given number of commit beyond common ancestor (no ancestry if negative)]:: :_guard "(-|)[[\:digit\:]]#" limit' \
'(--more --list --independent)--merge-base[act like git merge-base -a, but with two heads]' \
'(--more --list --merge-base )--independent[show only the reference that can not be reached from any of the other]' \
'( --sha1-name)--no-name[do not show naming strings for each commit]' \
'(--no-name )--sha1-name[name commits with unique prefix of object names]' \
'--topics[show only commits that are NOT on the first branch given]' \
'( --no-color)--color[color status sign of commits]:: :__git_color_whens' \
'(--color )--no-color[do not color statis sign of commits]' \
'*: :__git_revisions' \
- reflogs \
'(-g --reflog)'{-g,--reflog=}'[show reflog entries for given ref]:: :->limit-and-base' \
': :__git_references' && ret=0
case $state in
(limit-and-base)
if compset -P '[[:digit:]]##,'; then
_alternative \
'counts::__git_guard_number count' \
'dates::__git_datetimes' && ret=0
else
__git_guard_number limit
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-verify-tag] )) ||
_git-verify-tag () {
# TODO: -v and --verbose are undocumented.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]' \
'*: :__git_tags'
}
(( $+functions[_git-whatchanged] )) ||
_git-whatchanged () {
local -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -S \
$revision_options \
'1:: :__git_commits' \
'*: :__git_cached_files'
}
# Interacting With Others
(( $+functions[_git-archimport] )) ||
_git-archimport () {
# TODO: archive/branch can perhaps use _arch_archives. It should also allow
# an optional colon followed by a __git_branches.
_arguments \
'-h[display usage]' \
'-v[verbose output]' \
'-T[create tag for every commit]' \
'-f[use fast patchset import strategy]' \
'-o[use old-style branch names]' \
'-D[attempt to import trees that have been merged from]: :__git_guard_number depth' \
'-a[auto-register archives at http://mirrors.sourcecontrol.net]' \
'-t[use given directory as temporary directory]: :_directories' \
'*:archive/branch'
}
(( $+functions[_git-cvsexportcommit] )) ||
_git-cvsexportcommit () {
# TODO: Could use _cvs_root from _cvs for completing argument to -d.
_arguments \
'-c[commit automatically if patch applied cleanly]' \
'-p[be pedantic (paranoid) when applying patches]' \
'-a[add authorship information]' \
'-d[set an alternative CVSROOT to use]:cvsroot' \
'-f[force the merge, even if files are not up to date]' \
'-P[force the parent commit, even if it is not a direct parent]' \
'-m[prepend the commit message with the provided prefix]:message prefix' \
'-u[update affected files from CVS repository before attempting export]' \
'-k[reverse CVS keyword expansion]' \
'-w[specify location of CVS checkout to use for export]' \
'-W[use current working directory for bot Git and CVS checkout]' \
'-v[verbose output]' \
'-h[display usage]' \
':: :__git_commits' \
': :__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-cvsimport] )) ||
_git-cvsimport () {
# TODO: _cvs_root for -d would be nice
_arguments \
'-v[verbose output]' \
'-d[specify the root of the CVS archive]:cvsroot' \
'-C[specify the git repository to import into]:directory:_directories' \
'-r[the git remote to import into]:remote' \
'-o[specify the branch into which you wish to import]: :__git_branch_names' \
'-i[do not perform a checkout after importing]' \
'-k[remove keywords from source files in the CVS archive]' \
'-u[convert underscores in tag and branch names to dots]' \
'-s[substitute the "/" character in branch names with given substitution]:substitute' \
'-p[specify additional options for cvsps]:cvsps-options' \
'-z[specify timestamp fuzz factor to cvsps]:fuzz-factor' \
'-P[read cvsps output file]:file:_files' \
'-m[attempt to detect merges based on the commit message]' \
'*-M[attempt to detect merges based on the commit message with custom pattern]:pattern' \
'-S[skip paths matching given regex]:regex' \
'-a[import all commits, including recent ones]' \
'-L[limit the number of commits imported]:limit' \
'-A[specify author-conversion file]:author-conversion file:_files' \
'-R[generate cvs-revisions file mapping CVS revision numbers to commit IDs]' \
'-h[display usage information]' \
':cvsmodule'
}
(( $+functions[_git-cvsserver] )) ||
_git-cvsserver () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--base-path[path to prepend to requested CVSROOT]: :_directories' \
'--strict-paths[do not allow recursing into subdirectories]' \
'--export-all[do not check for gitcvs.enabled]' \
'(- * -V --version)'{-V,--version}'[display version information]' \
'(- * -h --help)'{-h,-H,--help}'[display usage information]' \
'::type:(pserver server)' \
'*: :_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-imap-send] )) ||
_git-imap-send () {
_message 'no arguments allowed; accepts mailbox file on standard input'
}
(( $+functions[_git-quiltimport] )) ||
_git-quiltimport () {
_arguments -S \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[check patches and warn if they cannot be imported]' \
'--author[default author name and email address to use for patches]: :_email_addresses' \
'--patches[set directory containing patches]:patch directory:_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-request-pull] )) ||
_git-request-pull () {
_arguments -S \
'-p[display patch text]' \
':start commit:__git_commits' \
': :_urls' \
'::end commit:__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-send-email] )) ||
_git-send-email () {
_arguments -S \
'--annotate[review and edit each patch before sending it]' \
'--bcc=[Bcc: value for each email]: :_email_addresses' \
'--cc=[starting Cc: value for each email]: :_email_addresses' \
'--compose[edit introductory message for patch series]' \
'--from=[specify sender]:email address:_email_addresses' \
'--in-reply-to=[specify contents of first In-Reply-To header]:message-id' \
'--subject=[specify the initial subject of the email thread]:subject' \
'--to=[specify the primary recipient of the emails]: :_email_addresses' \
'--8bit-encoding=[encoding to use for non-ASCII messages]: :__git_encodings' \
'--envelope-sender[specify the envelope sender used to send the emails]: :_email_addresses' \
'--smtp-encryption=[specify encryption method to use]: :__git_sendemail_smtpencryption_values' \
'--smtp-domain=[specify FQDN used in HELO/EHLO]: :_domains' \
'--smtp-pass=[specify password to use for SMTP-AUTH]::password' \
'--smtp-server=[specify SMTP server to connect to]:smtp server:_hosts' \
'--smtp-server-port=[specify port to connect to SMTP server on]:smtp port:_ports' \
'--smtp-user=[specify user to use for SMTP-AUTH]:smtp user:_users' \
'--cc-cmd=[specify command to generate Cc\: header with]:Cc\: command:_path_commands' \
'( --no-chain-reply-to)--chain-reply-to[send each email as a reply to previous one]' \
'(--chain-reply-to )--no-chain-reply-to[send all emails after first as replies to first one]' \
'--identity=[specify configuration identity]: :__git_sendemail_identities' \
'( --no-signed-off-by-cc)--signed-off-by-cc[add emails found in Signed-off-by: lines to the Cc: list]' \
'(--signed-off-by-cc )--no-signed-off-by-cc[do not add emails found in Signed-off-by: lines to the Cc: list]' \
'--suppress-cc=[specify rules for suppressing Cc:]: :__git_sendemail_suppresscc_values' \
'( --no-suppress-from)--suppress-from[do not add the From: address to the Cc: list]' \
'(--suppress-from )--no-suppress-from[add the From: address to the Cc: list]' \
'( --no-thread)--thread[set In-Reply-To: and References: headers]' \
'(--thread )--no-thread[do not set In-Reply-To: and References: headers]' \
'--confirm[specify type of confirmation required before sending]: :__git_sendemail_confirm' \
'--dry-run[do everything except actually sending the emails]' \
'( --no-format-patch)--format-patch[interpret ambiguous arguments as format-patch arguments]' \
'(--format-patch )--no-format-patch[interpret ambiguous arguments file-name arguments]' \
'--quiet[be less verbose]' \
'( --no-validate)--validate[perform sanity checks on patches]' \
'(--validate )--validate[do not perform sanity checks on patches]' \
'--force[send emails even if safetiy checks would prevent it]' \
'*: :_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-svn] )) ||
_git-svn () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'(- :)'{-V,--version}'[display version information]' \
'(- :)'{-h,-H,--help}'[display usage information]' \
': :->command' \
'*:: :->option-or-argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
init:'initialize an empty git repository with additional svn data'
fetch:'fetch revisions from the SVN remote'
clone:'same as init, followed by fetch'
rebase:'fetch revs from SVN parent of HEAD and rebase current work on it'
dcommit:'commit diffs from given head onto SVN repository'
branch:'create a branch in the SVN repository'
tag:'create a tag in the SVN repository'
log:'output SVN log-messages'
blame:'show what revision and author last modified each line of a file'
find-rev:'output git commit corresponding to the given SVN revision'\''s hash'
set-tree:'commit given commit or tree to SVN repository'
create-ignore:'recursively finds the svn:ignore property and creates .gitignore files'
show-ignore:'output corresponding toplevel .gitignore file of svn:ignore'
mkdirs:'recreate empty directories that Git cannot track'
commit-diff:'commit diff of two tree-ishs'
info:'show information about a file or directory'
proplist:'list the SVN properties stored for a file or directory'
propget:'get a given SVN property for a file'
show-externals:'show the subversion externals'
gc:'compress git-svn-related information'
reset:'undo effect of fetch back to specific revision')
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(option-or-argument)
curcontext=${curcontext%:*}-$line[1]:
declare -a remote_opts fc_opts init_opts cmt_opts opts
# TODO: --no-auth-cache is undocumented.
# TODO: --config-dir is undocumented.
remote_opts=(
'--username=[username to use for SVN transport]: :_users'
'--ignore-paths[regular expression of paths to not check out]:pattern'
'--no-auth-cache[undocumented]'
'--config-dir=[undocumented]:configuration directory:_directories')
# TODO: --repack-flags can be improved by actually completing the legal
# flags to git-repack.
# TODO: --noMetadata is undocumented.
# TODO: --useSvmProps is undocumented.
# TODO: --useSvnsyncProps is undocumented.
# TODO: --log-window-size is undocumented.
# TODO: --no-checkout is undocumented.
fc_opts=(
'--localtime[store Git commit times in local timezone]'
'--use-log-author[use author from the first From: or Signed-Off-By: line, when fetching into git]'
'--add-author-from[when committing to svn, append a From: line based on the git commit'\''s author string]'
'( --no-follow-parent)--follow-parent[follow parent commit]'
'(--follow-parent )--no-follow-parent[do not follow parent commit]'
'(-A --authors-file)'{-A,--authors-file}'[specify author-conversion file]:author-conversion file:_files'
'--authors-prog=[program used to generate authors]: :_path_commands'
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[make git-svn less verbose]'
'--repack=[repack files (for given number of revisions)]:: :__git_guard_number "revision limit"'
'(--repack-flags --repack-args --repack-opts)'{--repack-flags=,--repack-args=,--repack-opts=}'[flags to pass to git-repack]:git-repack flags'
'--noMetadata[undocumented]'
'--useSvmProps[undocumented]'
'--useSvnsyncProps[undocumented]'
'--log-window-size=[undocumented]'
'--no-checkout[undocumented]'
$remote_opts)
init_opts=(
'(-T --trunk)'{-T-,--trunk=}'[set trunk sub-directory]:trunk sub-directory:->subdirectory'
'(-t --tags)*'{-t-,--tags=}'[add tags sub-directory]:tags sub-directory:->subdirectory'
'(-b --branches)*'{-b-,--branches=}'[add branches sub-directory]:branches sub-directory:->subdirectory'
'(-s --stdlayout)'{-s,--stdlayout}'[shorthand for setting trunk, tags, branches as relative paths, the SVN default]'
'--no-metadata[set svn-remote.*.noMetadata]'
'--use-svm-props[set svn-remote.*.useSvmProps]'
'--use-svnsync-props[set svn-remote.*.useSvnsyncProps]'
'--rewrite-root=[set svn-remote.*.rewriteRoot]:new root:_urls'
'--rewrite-uuid=[set svn-remote.*.rewriteUUID]:uuid'
'--prefix=[prefix to use for names of remotes]:path prefix:_directories -r ""'
'( --no-minimize-url)--minimize-url[minimize URLs]'
'(--minimize-url )--no-minimize-url[do not minimize URLs]'
'--shared=[share repository amongst several users]:: :__git_repository_permissions'
'--template=[directory to use as a template for the object database]: :_directories'
$remote_opts)
# TODO: -C and --copy-similarity are undocumented.
cmt_opts=(
'--rmdir[remove empty directories from SVN tree after commit]'
'(-e --edit)'{-e,--edit}'[edit commit message before committing]'
'-l-[limit number of rename/copy targets to run]: :__git_guard_number'
'--find-copies-harder[try harder to find copies]'
'(-C --copy-similarity)'{-C-,--copy-similarity=}'[undocumented]: :_guard "[[\:digit:\]]#" number')
if [[ $line[1] == (fetch|clone) ]]; then
arguments+=(
'(-r --revision)'{-r,--revision}'[only fetch given revision or revision range]: :__git_svn_revisions'
':: :__git_svn-remotes')
fi
if [[ $line[1] == (fetch|rebase|dcommit) ]]; then
# TODO: --fetch-all and --all are undocumented.
opts+=(
'(--fetch-all --all)'{--fetch-all,--all}'[undocumented]')
fi
if [[ $line[1] == (rebase|dcommit) ]]; then
opts+=(
'(-m --merge)'{-m,--merge}'[use merging strategies, if necessary]'
'*'{-s,--strategy=-}'[use given merge strategy]:merge strategy:__git_merge_strategies')
fi
if [[ $line[1] == (rebase|dcommit|branch) ]]; then
opts+=(
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[only display what would be done]')
fi
if [[ $line[1] == (rebase|dcommit|log) ]]; then
opts+=(
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[display extra information]')
fi
case $line[1] in
(init)
opts+=(
$init_opts)
;;
(fetch)
opts+=(
'--parent[fetch only from SVN parent of current HEAD]'
$fc_opts)
;;
(clone)
opts+=(
$init_opts
$fc_opts
':url:_urls'
'::directory:_directories')
;;
(rebase)
opts+=(
'--local[do not fetch remotely, rebase against the last fetched commit from SVN]'
$fc_opts)
;;
(dcommit)
arguments+=(
'--no-rebase[do not rebase or reset after committing]'
'--commit-url[commit to a different SVN url]:SVN URL:_url'
$fc_opts
$cmt_opts)
;;
(branch|tag)
# TODO: -d/--destination should complete output of
# git config --get-all svn-remote.*.branches
# git config --get-all svn-remote.*.tags
# TODO: --username should probably use something from _svn.
# TODO: --commit-url should complete output of
# git config --get-all svn-remote.*.commiturl
opts+=(
'(-m --message)'{-m,--message}'[specify the commit message]:message'
'(-d --destination)'{-d,--destination}'[location of branch or tag to create in SVN repository]: :_directories'
'--username[specify SVN username to perform commit as]: :_users'
'--commit-url[specify URL to connect to destination SVN repository]: :_urls')
if [[ $line[1] != tag ]]; then
opts+=(
'(-t --tag)'{-t,--tag}'[create a tag]')
fi
;;
(log)
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
# TODO: --color is undocumented.
# TODO: --pager is undocumented.
# TODO: --non-recursive is undocumented.
opts+=(
$revision_options
'(-r --revision)'{-r-,--revision=}'[revisions to output log information for]: :__git_svn_revision_numbers'
'--limit=[like --max-count, but not counting merged/excluded commits]: :__git_guard_number limit'
'--incremental[give output suitable for concatenation]'
'--show-commit[output git commit SHA-1, as well]'
'--color[undocumented]'
'--pager[undocumented]:pager:_path_commands'
'--non-recursive[undocumented]')
;;
(blame)
opts+=(
'--git-format[produce output in git-blame format, with SVN revision numbers instead of git commit hashes]')
;;
(set-tree)
opts+=(
'--stdin[read list of commits to commit from stdin]')
;;
(create-ignore|show-ignore|mkdirs|proplist|propget|show-externals)
# TODO: -r and --revision is undocumented for show-ignore and mkdirs.
opts+=(
'(-r --revision)'{-r,--revision}'[specify SVN revision]: :__git_svn_revisions')
;;
(commit-diff)
# TODO: -m and --message is undocumented.
# TODO: -F and --file is undocumented.
# TODO: -r and --revision is undocumented.
opts+=(
'(-m --message)'{-m-,--message=}'[undocumented]:message'
'(-F --file)'{-F-,--file=}'[undocumented]: :_files'
'(-r --revision)'{-r-,--revision=}'[undocumented]: :__git_svn_revisions')
;;
(info)
opts+=(
'--url[output only value of URL field]')
;;
(reset)
opts+=(
'(-r --revision)'{-r,--revision}'[specify most recent SVN revision to keep]: :__git_svn_revisions'
'(-p --parent)'{-p,--parent}'[discard specified revision as well, keeping nearest parent instead]')
;;
esac
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-h -H --help)'{-h,-H,--help}'[display usage information]' \
'(-V --version)'{-V,--version}'[display version information]' \
'--minimize-connections[undocumented]' \
'(-R --svn-remote --remote)'{-R,--svn-remote,--remote}'[svn remote to use]:svn remote:__git_svn-remotes' \
'(-i --id)'{-i,--id}'[set GIT_SVN_ID]:GIT_SVN_ID' \
$opts && ret=0
case $state in
(subdirectory)
_alternative \
'sub-directories:sub-directory:_directories' \
'urls: :_urls' && ret=0
;;
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
# LOW-LEVEL COMMANDS (PLUMBING)
# Manipulation commands
(( $+functions[_git-apply] )) ||
_git-apply () {
local -a apply_options
__git_setup_apply_options
_arguments -w -S -s \
$apply_options \
'--stat[output diffstat for input (turns off "apply")]' \
'--numstat[same as --stat but in decimal notation and complete pathnames (turns off "apply")]' \
'--summary[output summary of git-diff extended headers (turns off "apply")]' \
'--check[check if patches are applicable (turns off "apply")]' \
'( --cached)--index[make sure that patch is applicable to index]' \
'(--index )--cached[apply patches without touching working tree]' \
'--build-face-ancestor[build temporary index for blobs with ambiguous origin]:index:_files' \
'(-R --reverse)'{-R,--reverse}'[apply patches in reverse]' \
'-z[use NUL termination on output]' \
'--unidiff-zero[disable unified-diff-context check]' \
'--apply[apply patches that would otherwise not be applied]' \
'--no-add[ignore additions made by the patch]' \
'*--exclude=[skip files matching specified pattern]:pattern' \
'*--include=[include files matching specified pattern]:pattern' \
'--inaccurate-eof[work around missing-new-line-at-EOF bugs]' \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[display progress on stderr]' \
'--recount[do not trust line counts in hunk headers]' \
'*:patch:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-checkout-index] )) ||
_git-checkout-index () {
local z_opt=
if (( words[(I)--stdin] )); then
z_opt='-z[paths are separated with NUL character when reading from standard input]'
fi
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-u --index)'{-u,--index}'[update stat information in index]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not complain about existing files or missing files]' \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[force overwrite of existing files]' \
'(-a --all --stdin *)'{-a,--all}'[check out all files in index]' \
'(-n --no-create)'{-n,--no-create}'[do not checkout new files]' \
'--prefix=-[prefix to use when creating files]:directory:_directories' \
'--stage=-[check out files from named stage]:stage:(1 2 3 all)' \
'--temp[write content to temporary files]' \
'(-a --all *)--stdin[read list of paths from the standard input]' \
$z_opt \
'*: :__git_cached_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-commit-tree] )) ||
_git-commit-tree () {
if (( CURRENT == 2 )); then
_arguments \
'-h[display usage]' \
': :__git_trees'
elif [[ $words[CURRENT-1] == -p ]]; then
local expl
_description commits expl 'parent commit'
__git_objects $expl
else
compadd - '-p'
fi
}
(( $+functions[_git-hash-object] )) ||
_git-hash-object () {
_arguments -S \
'-t[type of object to create]:object type:((blob\:"a blob of data"
commit\:"a tree with parent commits"
tag\:"a symbolic name for another object"
tree\:"a recursive tree of blobs"))' \
'-w[write object to object database]' \
'(: --stdin-paths)--stdin[read object from standard input]' \
'(: --stdin --path)--stdin-paths[read file names from standard input instead of from command line]' \
'( --no-filters)--path=[hash object as if it were located at given path]: :_files' \
'(--path )--no-filters[hash contents as is, ignoring any input filters]' \
'(--stdin --stdin-paths):file:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-index-pack] )) ||
_git-index-pack () {
local -a stdin_opts
if (( words[(I)--stdin] )); then
stdin_opts=(
'--fix-thin[record deltified objects, based on objects not included]'
'--keep=-[create .keep file]::reason')
fi
# NOTE: --index-version is only used by the Git test suite.
# TODO: --pack_header is undocumented.
_arguments \
'-v[display progress on stderr]' \
'-o[write generated pack index into specified file]: :_files' \
'--stdin[read pack from stdin and instead write to specified file]' \
$stdin_opts \
'--strict[die if the pack contains broken objects or links]' \
':pack file:_files -g "*.pack(-.)"'
}
(( $+functions[_git-merge-file] )) ||
_git-merge-file () {
integer n_labels=${#${(M)words[1,CURRENT-1]:#-L}}
local label_opt=
if (( n_labels < 3 )) || [[ $words[CURRENT-1] == -L ]]; then
local -a ordinals
ordinals=(first second third)
label_opt="*-L[label to use for the $ordinals[n_labels+1] file]:label"
fi
# TODO: --marker-size in undocumented.
# TODO: --diff3 is undocumented.
_arguments \
$label_opt \
'(-p --stdout)'{-p,--stdout}'[send merged file to standard output instead of overwriting first file]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not warn about conflicts]' \
'( --theirs --union)--ours[resolve conflicts favoring our side of the lines]' \
'(--ours --union)--theirs[resolve conflicts favoring their side of the lines]' \
'(--ours --theirs )--union[resolve conflicts favoring both sides of the lines]' \
'--marker-size[specify length of conflict markers]: :__git_guard_number "marker length"' \
'--diff3[undocumented]' \
':current file:_files' \
':base file:_files' \
':other file:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-merge-index] )) ||
_git-merge-index () {
if (( CURRENT > 2 )) && [[ $words[CURRENT-1] != -[oq] ]]; then
_arguments -S \
'(:)-a[run merge against all files in index that need merging]' \
'*: :__git_cached_files'
else
declare -a arguments
(( CURRENT == 2 )) && arguments+='-o[skip failed merges]'
(( CURRENT == 2 || CURRENT == 3 )) && arguments+='(-o)-q[do not complain about failed merges]'
(( 2 <= CURRENT && CURRENT <= 4 )) && arguments+='*:merge program:_files -g "*(*)"'
_arguments -S $arguments
fi
}
(( $+functions[_git-mktag] )) ||
_git-mktag () {
_message 'no arguments allowed; only accepts tags on standard input'
}
(( $+functions[_git-mktree] )) ||
_git-mktree () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'-z[read NUL-terminated ls-tree -z output]' \
'--missing[allow missing objects]' \
'--batch[allow creation of more than one tree]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-pack-objects] )) ||
_git-pack-objects () {
local thin_opt=
if (( words[(I)--stdout] )); then
thin_opt='--thin[create a thin pack]'
fi
# NOTE: --index-version is only used by the Git test suite.
# TODO: --reflog is undocumented.
# TODO: --keep-unreachable is undocumented.
# TODO: --unpack-unreachable is undocumented.
_arguments -A '-*' \
'(: --max-pack-size)--stdout[write pack contents to standard output]' \
'--revs[read revision arguments from standard input]' \
'(--revs)--unpacked[limit objects to pack to those not already packed]' \
'(--revs)--all[include all refs as well as revisions already specified]' \
'--include-tag[include unasked-for annotated tags if object they reference is included]' \
'--window=-[number of objects to use per delta compression]: :__git_guard_number "window size"' \
'--depth=-[maximum delta depth]: :__git_guard_number "maximum delta depth"' \
'--window-memory=-[window size in memory]:window size:__git_guard_bytes' \
'(--stdout)--max-pack-size=[maximum size of each output packfile]:maximum pack size:__git_guard_bytes' \
'--honor-pack-keep[ignore objects in local pack with .keep file]' \
'( --local)--incremental[ignore objects that have already been packed]' \
'(--incremental )--local[similar to --incremental, but only ignore unpacked non-local objects]' \
'--non-empty[only create a package if it contains at least one object]' \
'( --all-progress)--progress[display progress on standard error]' \
'(--progress --all-progress-implied)--all-progress[display progress output on standard error, even during write-out phase]' \
'(--all-progress)--all-progress-implied[like --all-progress, but only if --progress was also passed]' \
'-q[do not report progress]' \
'--no-reuse-delta[do not reuse existing deltas, but compute them from scratch]' \
'--no-reuse-object[do not reuse existing object data]' \
'--compression=-[specify compression level]: :__git_compression_levels' \
$thin_opt \
'--delta-base-offset[use delta-base-offset packing]' \
'--threads=-[specify number of threads for searching for best delta matches]: :__git_guard_number "number of threads"' \
'--keep-true-parents[pack parents hidden by grafts]' \
'( --unpack-unreachable)--keep-unreachable[undocumented]' \
'(--keep-unreachable )--unpack-unreachable[undocumented]' \
':base-name:_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-prune-packed] )) ||
_git-prune-packed () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-n --dry-run)'{-n,--dry-run}'[only list objects that would be removed]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not display progress on standard error]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-read-tree] )) ||
_git-read-tree () {
local trivial_opt= aggressive_opt=
if (( words[(I)-m] )); then
trivial_opt='--trivial[restrict three-way merge to only happen if no file-level merging is required]'
aggressive_opt='--aggressive[try harder to resolve merge conflicts]'
fi
local -a ui_opts
if (( words[(I)(-m|--reset|--prefix)] )); then
ui_opts=(
'( -i)-u[update the work tree after successful merge]'
'(-u )-i[update only the index; ignore changes in work tree]')
fi
local exclude_per_directory_opt
if (( words[(I)-u] )); then
exclude_per_directory_opt='--exclude-per-directory=-[specify .gitignore file]:.gitignore file:_files'
fi
_arguments -w -S -s \
'( --reset --prefix)-m[perform a merge, not just a read]' \
'(-m --prefix)--reset[perform a merge, not just a read, ignoring unmerged entries]' \
'(-m --reset 2 3)--prefix=-[read the contents of specified tree-ish under specified directory]:prefix:_directories -r ""' \
$ui_opts \
'-v[display progress on standard error]' \
$trivial_opt \
$aggressive_opt \
$exclude_per_directory_opt \
'--index-output=[write index in the named file instead of $GIT_INDEX_FILE]: :_files' \
'--no-sparse-checkout[display sparse checkout support]' \
'1:first tree-ish to be read/merged:__git_tree_ishs' \
'2::second tree-ish to be read/merged:__git_tree_ishs' \
'3::third tree-ish to be read/merged:__git_tree_ishs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-symbolic-ref] )) ||
_git-symbolic-ref () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not issue error if specified name is not a symbolic ref]' \
'-m[update reflog for specified name with specied reason]:reason for update' \
':symbolic reference:__git_heads' \
':: :__git_references'
}
(( $+functions[_git-unpack-objects] )) ||
_git-unpack-objects () {
_arguments \
'-n[only list the objects that would be unpacked]' \
'-q[run quietly]' \
'-r[try recovering objects from corrupt packs]' \
'--strict[do not write objects with broken content or links]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-update-index] )) ||
_git-update-index () {
local z_opt
if (( words[(I)--stdin|--index-info] )); then
z_opt='-z[paths are separated with NUL character when reading from stdin]'
fi
_arguments -S \
$refreshables \
'(-)'{-h,--help}'[display usage information]' \
'--add[add files not already in index]' \
'( --force-remove)--remove[remove files that are in the index but are missing from the work tree]' \
'(--remove )--force-remove[remove files from both work tree and index]' \
'(-q --unmerged --ignore-missing --really-refresh)--refresh[refresh index]' \
'-q[run quietly]' \
'--ignore-submodules[do not try to update submodules]' \
'--unmerged[if unmerged changes exists, ignore them instead of exiting]' \
'--ignore-missing[ignore missing files when refreshing the index]' \
'*--cacheinfo[insert information directly into the cache]: :_guard "[0-7]#" "octal file mode": :_guard "[[\:xdigit\:]]#" "object id": :_files' \
'(: -)--index-info[read index information from stdin]' \
'--chmod=-[set execute permissions on updated files]:permission:((-x\:executable +x\:"not executable"))' \
'( --no-assume-unchanged)--assume-unchanged[set "assume unchanged" bit for given paths]' \
'(--assume-unchanged )--no-assume-unchanged[unset "assume unchanged" bit for given paths]' \
'(-q --unmerged --ignore-missing --refresh)--really-refresh[refresh index, unconditionally checking stat information]' \
'( --no-skip-worktree)--skip-worktree[set "skip-worktree" bit for given paths]' \
'(--skip-worktree )--no-skip-worktree[unset "skip-worktree" bit for given paths]' \
'(-)'{-g,--again}'[run git-update-index on differing index entries]' \
'(-)--unresolve[restore "unmerged" or "needs updating" state of files]' \
'--info-only[only insert files object-IDs into index]' \
'(--remove)--force-remove[remove file from index even when working directory has no such file]' \
'--replace[replace files already in index, if necessary]' \
'(: -)--stdin[read list of paths from standard input]' \
'--verbose[report what is being added and removed from the index]' \
$z_opt \
'*:: :_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-update-ref] )) ||
_git-update-ref () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'-m[update reflog for specified name with specied reason]:reason for update' \
'(:)-d[delete given reference after verifying its value]:symbolic reference:__git_revisions:old reference:__git_revisions' \
'--no-deref[overwrite ref itself, not what it points to]' \
':symbolic reference:__git_revisions' \
':new reference:__git_revisions' \
'::old reference:__git_revisions'
}
(( $+functions[_git-write-tree] )) ||
_git-write-tree () {
# NOTE: --ignore-cache-tree is only used for debugging.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--missing-ok[ignore objects in index that are missing in object database]' \
'--prefix=[write tree representing given sub-directory]:sub-directory:_directories -r ""'
}
# Interrogation commands
(( $+functions[_git-cat-file] )) ||
_git-cat-file () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(- 1)-t[show type of given object]' \
'(- 1)-s[show size of given object]' \
'(- 1)-e[exit with zero status if object exists]' \
'(- 1)-p[pretty-print given object]' \
'(- 1)--textconv[show content as transformed by a textconv filter]' \
'(- :)--batch[print SHA1, type, size, and contents of each object provided on stdin]' \
'(- :)--batch-check[print SHA1, type, and size of each object provided on stdin]' \
'(-):object type:(blob commit tag tree)' \
': :__git_objects'
}
(( $+functions[_git-diff-files] )) ||
_git-diff-files () {
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -w -S -s \
$revision_options \
': :__git_changed-in-working-tree_files' \
': :__git_changed-in-working-tree_files' \
'*: :__git_changed-in-working-tree_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-diff-index] )) ||
_git-diff-index () {
local -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
# TODO: Description of -m doesn’t match that for git-rev-list. What’s going
# on here?
# TODO: With --cached, shouldn’t we only list files changed in index compared
# to given tree-ish? This should be done for git-diff as well, in that case.
_arguments -S \
$revision_options \
'--cached[do not consider the work tree at all]' \
'-m[flag non-checked-out files as up-to-date]' \
': :__git_tree_ishs' \
'*: :__git_cached_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-diff-tree] )) ||
_git-diff-tree () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
# NOTE: -r, -t, --root are actually parsed for all
# __git_setup_revision_options, but only used by this command, so only have
# them here.
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
$revision_options \
'-r[recurse into subdirectories]' \
'(-r )-t[disply tree objects in diff output]' \
'--root[display root diff]' \
'-m[do not ignore merges]' \
'-s[do not show differences]' \
'(--pretty --header)-v[display commit message before differences]' \
'--no-commit-id[do not display commit IDs]' \
'(-c --cc)-c[show differences from each of parents to merge result]' \
'(-c --cc)--cc[how differences from each of parents and omit differences from only one parent]' \
'--always[always show commit itself and commit log message]' \
': :__git_tree_ishs' \
'*:: :->files' && ret=0
case $state in
(files)
if (( $#line > 2 )); then
# TODO: It would be better to output something like
#
# common files:
# ...
# original tree:
# ...
# new tree:
# ...
_alternative \
"original-tree-files:original tree:__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1]" \
"new-tree-files:new tree:__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[2]" && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'tree-ishs::__git_tree_ishs' \
"tree-files::__git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1]" && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-for-each-ref] )) ||
_git-for-each-ref () {
# TODO: Better completion for --format: should complete %(field) stuff, that
# is, %(refname), %(objecttype), %(objectsize), %(objectname) with optional ‘*’
# in front.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'--count=[maximum number of refs to iterate over]: :__git_guard_number "maximum number of refs"' \
'--sort=[key to sort refs by]: :__git_ref_sort_keys' \
'--format=-[output format of ref information]:format' \
'(-s --shell -p --perl --python --tcl)'{-s,--shell}'[use string literals suitable for sh]' \
'(-s --shell -p --perl --python --tcl)'{-p,--perl}'[use string literals suitable for Perl]' \
'(-s --shell -p --perl --tcl)'--python'[use string literals suitable for Python]' \
'(-s --shell -p --perl --python )'--tcl'[use string literals suitable for Tcl]' \
':: :_guard "([^-]?#|)" pattern'
}
(( $+functions[_git-ls-files] )) ||
_git-ls-files () {
local no_empty_directory_opt=
if (( words[(I)--directory] )); then
no_empty_directory_opt='--no-empty-directory[do not list empty directories]'
fi
# TODO: --resolve-undo is undocumented.
# TODO: Replace _files with something more intelligent based on seen options.
# TODO: Apply excludes like we do for git-clean.
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-c --cached)'{-c,--cached}'[show cached files in output]' \
'(-d --deleted)'{-d,--deleted}'[show deleted files in output]' \
'(-m --modified)'{-m,--modified}'[show modified files in output]' \
'(-o --others)'{-o,--others}'[show other files in output]' \
'(-i --ignored)'{-i,--ignored}'[show ignored files in output]' \
'(-s --stage --with-tree)'{-s,--stage}'[show stage files in output]' \
'--directory[if a whole directory is classified as "other", show just its name]' \
$no_empty_directory_opt \
'(-s --stage -u --unmerged --with-tree)'{-u,--unmerged}'[show unmerged files in output]' \
'(-k --killed)'{-k,--killed}'[show killed files in output]' \
'-z[use NUL termination on output]' \
'*'{-x,--exclude=-}'[skip files matching given pattern]:file pattern' \
'*'{-X,--exclude-from=-}'[skip files matching patterns in given file]: :_files' \
'*--exclude-per-directory=-[skip directories matching patterns in given file]: :_files' \
'--exclude-standard[skip files in standard Git exclusion lists]' \
'--error-unmatch[if any file does not appear in index, treat this as an error]' \
'(-s --stage -u --unmerged)--with-tree=[treat paths removed since given tree-ish as still present]: :__git_tree_ishs' \
'-v[identify each files status (hmrck?)]' \
'--full-name[force paths to be output relative to the project top directory]' \
'--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length' \
'*:: :_files'
}
(( $+functions[_git-ls-remote] )) ||
_git-ls-remote () {
# TODO: repository needs fixing
_arguments -A '-*' \
'(-h --heads)'{-h,--heads}'[show only refs under refs/heads]' \
'(-t --tags)'{-t,--tags}'[show only refs under refs/tags]' \
'(-u --upload-pack)'{-u,--upload-pack=-}'[specify path to git-upload-pack on remote side]:remote path' \
': :__git_any_repositories' \
'*: :__git_references'
}
(( $+functions[_git-ls-tree] )) ||
_git-ls-tree () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -w -C -S -s \
'(-t)-d[do not show children of given tree (implies -t)]' \
'-r[recurse into subdirectories]' \
'-t[show tree entries even when going to recurse them]' \
'(-l --long)'{-l,--long}'[show object size of blob entries]' \
'-z[use NUL termination on output]' \
'(--name-only --name-status)'{--name-only,--name-status}'[list only filenames, one per line]' \
'--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length' \
'--full-name[output full path-names]' \
'(--full-name)--full-tree[do not limit listing to current working-directory]' \
': :__git_tree_ishs' \
'*:: :->file' && ret=0
case $state in
(file)
__git_ignore_line __git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} $line[1] && ret=0
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-merge-base] )) ||
_git-merge-base () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-a --all)'{-a,--all}'[display all common ancestors]' \
'--octopus[compute best common ancestors of all supplied commits]' \
'(-)--independent[display minimal subset of supplied commits with same ancestors]' \
': :__git_commits' \
'*: :__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-name-rev] )) ||
_git-name-rev () {
_arguments -S \
'--tags[only use tags to name commits]' \
'--refs=[only use refs matching given pattern]: :_guard "?#" "shell pattern"' \
'(--stdin :)--all[list all commits reachable from all refs]' \
'(--all :)--stdin[read from stdin and append revision-name]' \
'--name-only[display only name of commits]' \
'--no-undefined[die with non-zero return when a reference is undefined]' \
'--always[show uniquely abbreviated commit object as fallback]' \
'(--stdin --all)*: :__git_commits'
}
(( $+functions[_git-pack-redundant] )) ||
_git-pack-redundant () {
_arguments -S -A '-*' \
'(:)--all[process all packs]' \
'--alt-odb[do not require objects to be present in local packs]' \
'--verbose[output some statistics to standard error]' \
'(--all)*::packs:_files -g "*.pack(-.)"'
}
(( $+functions[_git-rev-list] )) ||
_git-rev-list () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
declare -a revision_options
__git_setup_revision_options
_arguments -C -S \
$revision_options \
'(--pretty)--header[display contents of commit in raw-format]' \
'--timestamp[print raw commit timestamp]' \
'( --bisect-vars --bisect-all)--bisect[show only middlemost commit object]' \
'(--bisect)--bisect-vars[same as --bisect, displaying shell-evalable code]' \
'(--bisect)--bisect-all[display all commit objects beteen included and excluded commits]' \
'*:: :->commit-or-path' && ret=0
case $state in
(commit-or-path)
# TODO: What paths should we be completing here?
if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'commit-ranges::__git_commit_ranges' \
'cached-files::__git_cached_files' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-show-index] )) ||
_git-show-index () {
_message 'no arguments allowed; accepts index file on standard input'
}
(( $+functions[_git-show-ref] )) ||
_git-show-ref () {
_arguments -S \
- list \
'(-h --head)'{-h,--head}'[show HEAD reference]' \
'--tags[show only refs/tags]' \
'--heads[show only refs/heads]' \
'(-d --dereference)'{-d,--dereference}'[dereference tags into object IDs as well]' \
'(-s --hash)'{-s+,--hash=-}'[only show the SHA-1 hash, not the reference name]:: :__git_guard_number length' \
'--verify[enable stricter reference checking]' \
'--abbrev=[set minimum SHA1 display-length]: :__git_guard_number length' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[do not print any results]' \
'*: :_guard "([^-]?#|)" pattern' \
- exclude \
'--exclude-existing=-[filter out existing refs from stdin]:: :_guard "([^-]?#|)" pattern'
}
(( $+functions[_git-unpack-file] )) ||
_git-unpack-file () {
_arguments -A '-*' \
'(:)-h[display usage information]' \
'(-): :__git_blobs'
}
(( $+functions[_git-var] )) ||
_git-var () {
_arguments \
'(:)-l[show logical variables]' \
'(-):variable:((GIT_AUTHOR_IDENT\:"name and email of author" \
GIT_COMMITTER_IDENT\:"name and email of committer" \
GIT_EDITOR\:"text editor used by git commands" \
GIT_PAGER\:"text viewer used by git commands"))'
}
(( $+functions[_git-verify-pack] )) ||
_git-verify-pack () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[show objects contained in pack]' \
'(-s --stat-only)'{-s,--stat-only}'[do not verify pack contents; only display histogram of delta chain length]' \
'*:index file:_files -g "*.idx"'
}
# Synching Repositories
(( $+functions[_git-daemon] )) ||
_git-daemon () {
# TODO: do better than _directories? The directory needs to be a git-repository,
# so one could check for a required file in the given directory.
# TODO: --interpolated-path should complete %H, %CH, %IP, %P, and %D.
_arguments -S \
'--strict-paths[match paths exactly]' \
'--base-path=-[remap all the path requests as relative to the given path]:path:_directories' \
'--base-path-relaxed[allow lookup of base path witout prefix]' \
'--interpolated-path=-[dynamically construct alternate paths]:path:_directories' \
'--export-all[allow pulling from all repositories without verification]' \
'(--port --listen --user --group)--inetd[run server as an inetd service]' \
'(--inetd)--listen=-[listen on a specific IP address or hostname]: :_hosts' \
'(--inetd)--port=-[specify port to listen to]: :_ports' \
'--init-timeout=-[specify timeout between connection and request]: :__git_guard_number timeout' \
'--timeout=-[specify timeout for sub-requests]: :__git_guard_number timeout' \
'--max-connections=-[specify maximum number of concurrent clients]: :__git_guard_number "connection limit"' \
'--syslog[log to syslog instead of standard error]' \
'--user-path=-[allow ~user notation to be used in requests]::path:_directories' \
'--verbose[log details about incoming connections and requested files]' \
'--reuseaddr[reuse addresses when already bound]' \
'(--syslog)--detach[detach from the shell]' \
'--pid-file=-[save the process id in given file]:pid file:_files' \
'--user=-[set uid of daemon]: :_users' \
'--group=-[set gid of daemon]: :_groups' \
'--enable=-[enable site-wide service]: :__git_daemon_service' \
'--disable=-[disable site-wide service]: :__git_daemon_service' \
'--allow-override[allow overriding site-wide service]: :__git_daemon_service' \
'--forbid-override[forbid overriding site-wide service]: :__git_daemon_service' \
'*:repository:_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-fetch-pack] )) ||
_git-fetch-pack () {
# TODO: Limit * to __git_head_references?
_arguments -A '-*' \
'--all[fetch all remote refs]' \
'(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[make output less verbose]' \
'(-k --keep)'{-k,--keep}'[do not invoke git-unpack-objects on received data]' \
'--thin[fetch a thin pack]' \
'--include-tag[download referenced annotated tags]' \
'(--upload-pack --exec)'{--upload-pack=-,--exec=-}'[specify path to git-upload-pack on remote side]:remote path' \
'--depth=-[limit fetching to ancestor-chains not longer than given number]: :__git_guard_number "maximum ancestor-chain length"' \
'--no-progress[do not display progress]' \
'-v[produce verbose output]' \
': :__git_any_repositories' \
'*: :__git_references'
}
(( $+functions[_git-http-backend] )) ||
_git-http-backend () {
_nothing
}
(( $+functions[_git-send-pack] )) ||
_git-send-pack () {
# TODO: --mirror is undocumented.
# TODO: --stateless-rpc is undocumented.
# TODO: --helper-status is undocumented.
_arguments -A '-*' \
'(--receive-pack --exec)'{--receive-pack=-,--exec=-}'[specify path to git-receive-pack on remote side]:remote path' \
'--all[update all refs that exist locally]' \
'--dry-run[do everything except actually sending the updates]' \
'--force[update remote orphaned refs]' \
'-v[produce verbose output]' \
'--thin[send a thin pack]' \
'--mirror[undocumented]' \
'--stateless-rpc[undocumented]' \
'--helper-status[undocumented]' \
': :__git_any_repositories' \
'*: :__git_remote_references'
}
(( $+functions[_git-update-server-info] )) ||
_git-update-server-info () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'(-f --force)'{-f,--force}'[update the info files from scratch]'
}
(( $+functions[_git-http-fetch] )) ||
_git-http-fetch () {
_arguments \
'-c[fetch commit objects]' \
'-t[fetch trees associated with commit objects]' \
'-a[fetch all objects]' \
'-v[report what is downloaded]' \
'-w[write commit-id into the filename under "$GIT_DIR/refs/<filename>"]:filename' \
'--recover[recover from a failed fetch]' \
'(1)--stdin[read commit ids and refs from standard input]' \
': :__git_commits' \
': :_urls'
}
(( $+functions[_git-http-push] )) ||
_git-http-push () {
_arguments \
'--all[verify that all objects in local ref history exist remotely]' \
'--force[allow refs that are not ancestors to be updated]' \
'--dry-run[do everything except actually sending the updates]' \
'--verbose[report the list of objects being walked locally and sent to remote]' \
'( -D)-d[remove refs from remote repository]' \
'(-d )-D[forcefully remove refs from remote repository]' \
': :_urls' \
'*: :__git_remote_references'
}
# NOTE: git-parse-remote isn’t a user command.
(( $+functions[_git-receive-pack] )) ||
_git-receive-pack () {
# TODO: --advertise-refs is undocumented.
# TODO: --stateless-rpc is undocumented.
_arguments -A '-*' \
'--advertise-refs[undocumented]' \
'--stateless-rpc[undocumented]' \
':directory to sync into:_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-shell] )) ||
_git-shell () {
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
_arguments -C \
'-c[command to execute]: :->command' \
': :->argument' && ret=0
case $state in
(command)
declare -a commands
commands=(
git-receive-pack
git-upload-pack
git-upload-archive
cvs)
_describe -t commands command commands && ret=0
;;
(argument)
case $line[1] in
(git-receive-pack)
local expl
_description directories expl 'directory to sync into'
_directories $expl && ret=0
;;
(git-upload-pack|git-upload-archive)
local expl
_description directories expl 'directory to sync from'
_directories $expl && ret=0
;;
(cvs)
compadd - server && ret=0
esac
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-upload-archive] )) ||
_git-upload-archive () {
_arguments \
':directory to get tar archive from:_directories'
}
(( $+functions[_git-upload-pack] )) ||
_git-upload-pack () {
# TODO: --advertise-refs is undocumented.
# TODO: --stateless-rpc is undocumented.
_arguments -S -A '-*' \
'--strict[do not try <directory>/.git/ if <directory> is not a git directory' \
'--timeout=-[interrupt transfer after given number of seconds of inactivity]: :__git_guard_number "inactivity timeout"' \
'--advertise-refs[undocumented]' \
'--stateless-rpc[undocumented]' \
': :_directories'
}
# Internal Helper Commands
(( $+functions[_git-check-attr] )) ||
_git-check-attr () {
local z_opt=
local curcontext=$curcontext state line ret=1
declare -A opt_args
if (( words[(I)--stdin] )); then
z_opt='-z[paths are separated with NUL character when reading from stdin]'
fi
_arguments -C \
'--stdin[read file names from stdin instead of from command line]' \
$z_opt \
'(-)--[interpret preceding arguments as attributes and following arguments as path names]' \
'*:: :->attribute-or-file' && ret=0
case $state in
(attribute-or-file)
local -a attributes
attributes=(crlf ident filter diff merge)
local only_attributes=1
for (( i = 2; i < $#words; i++ )); do
if (( attributes[(I)$words[i]] == 0 )); then
only_attributes=0
break
fi
done
if (( !only_attributes )) || [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--]} ]]; then
__git_cached_files && ret=0
else
_alternative \
'attributes::__git_attributes' \
'files::__git_cached_files' && ret=0
fi
;;
esac
return ret
}
(( $+functions[_git-check-ref-format] )) ||
_git-check-ref-format () {
_arguments \
'-h[display usage information]' \
'--print[display canonicalized name of hypothetical reference of given name]' \
'--branch[expand previous branch syntax]' \
': :__git_references'
}
(( $+functions[_git-fmt-merge-msg] )) ||
_git-fmt-merge-msg () {
_arguments -w -S -s \
'( --no-log)--log[display one-line descriptions from actual commits being merged]' \