Bash completions for the Meteor web framework
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Bash completions for the Meteor Web Framework

Meteor is an ultra-simple environment for building modern web applications. See

This bash file provides bash completions for the meteor command line tool.


Updated for Meteor


For some commands the completion provides two options, an example is the 'test-packages' command, typing meteor test-packages [TAB], the completion will provide directory options like the default terminal completion, meteor test-packages - will provide completions for the test-packages command (--port --verbose, etc)

$meteor [TAB]


$meteor command [TAB]


$meteor command - [TAB]


Some completions are for options that must be placed at the end of the command for example the build command:

Usage: meteor build <output path> [--debug] [--directory] [--settings settings.json]

Package management

Add package

The completion supports all packages from the package list, to test it type in terminal:

$meteor add accounts[TAB]

The above command will print all accounts related packages.


$meteor add accounts-p

The above command will auto-complete the accounts-password in terminal.

Remove package

$meteor remove[TAB]

The above command will list all the installed packages.


Put it somewhere accessible for your user, for this example we assume the directory /home/myuser/meteor.bash, in your .bash_profile or .bashrc paste the following:

if [ -f /home/myuser/meteor.bash ]; then
    . /home/myuser/meteor.bash

Additionaly on Ubuntu systems you can put this file at /etc/bash_completion.d/ in this case you do not need to put the previous if [...] clause in your .bash_profile or .bashrc

Available meteor commands:

  • help
  • run
  • create
  • update
  • add
  • remove
  • list
  • add-platform
  • remove-platform
  • list-platforms
  • configure-android
  • build
  • mongo
  • reset
  • deploy
  • logs
  • authorized
  • claim
  • login
  • logout
  • whoami
  • test-packages
  • list-sites
  • publish-release
  • publish
  • publish-for-arch
  • search
  • show
  • admin
  • install-sdk
  • shell