It's really tedious to type the following command: git checkout 622fe0a9b6bffdf4723026ae6e673245b510ac66 Is there autocomplete or shortcut to do this?
I have a convenient dotfiles repo on Github for you all to look at, here. FYI, git is installed via Homebrew, as with most of the executables on my system. My git-completion in zsh works fine when I ...
Follow some instruction on this site http://denis.tumblr.com/post/71390665/adding-bash-completion-for-git-on-mac-os-x-leopard . I can do git auto complete for MAC OS. However, when I type git pull ...
I just followed the instructions @ this question in order to get git autocompletion in the terminal. Here are the steps I've undertaken: port install bash-completion Added if [ -f ...
zsh is recommended all over the place and is supposed to be one of the more advanced shells out there. Why then I find it that zsh autocompletion lacking in many areas that I'm used to with bash? in ...