$ git clone https://github.com/unhammer/apertium-completion.git ~/apertium-completion
and add this to your ~/.bashrc:
if ! shopt -oq posix && \ [[ ( -z "$INSIDE_EMACS" || "$EMACS_BASH_COMPLETE" = "t" ) ]]; then for f in ~/apertium-completion/completions/*; do [[ -f $f ]] && source "$f" done fi
Alternatively, if your OS sources files from e.g.
/etc/bash_completion_d automatically, just
~/apertium-completion/completions/* /etc/bash_completion_d/ (then you
don’t have to add anything to
Now open a new terminal and try typing
apertium and press TAB twice,
you should get a list of installed language pairs;
apertium -d . and
TAB twice should show you a list of the possible translation modes in
this directory; etc.