In a shell that implements GNU Readline, I can click the key to get a list of possible completions to what I started typing. For example:
C:\>cd P<TAB> PerfLogs\ Program Files (x86)\ Python27\ Program Files\ ProgramData\
How can I now choose which completion I wish to use?
I know that If I want "Program Files" in the above example, I can type in "rogram Files", but I'm lazy :).
Isn't there some way for me to hit a keyboard shortcut that will iterate through the possible completions so I can quickly choose one? Something similar to auto-completion / intellisense in modern IDEs?
Edit: Might my solution be to use GNU Readline's
menu-complete command (described below)? But how do I bind it to a key combination?
menu-complete () Similar to complete, but replaces the word to be completed with a single match from the list of possible completions. Repeated execution of menu-complete steps through the list of possible completions, inserting each match in turn. At the end of the list of completions, the bell is rung (subject to the setting of bell-style) and the original text is restored. An argument of n moves n positions forward in the list of matches; a negative argument may be used to move backward through the list. This command is intended to be bound to TAB, but is unbound by default.