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revised How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?
Expanded troubleshooting section to cover bash 4.1+’s dynamically loaded completions.
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comment How can I get bash to perform tab-completion for my aliases?
@jamadagni honestly, I have no idea either. I wasn’t even aware of bash’s 4 dynamic completion loading feature until your comment, nor do I have access to it (I’m on bash 3.2 until someone sorts out the GPL3 vs. Apple mess). I added a disclaimer to the answer and that is about what I can do.
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revised Getting regex to match a filename
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comment Getting regex to match a filename
Good one, but I always find sed a bit of overkill for such pretty basic string manipulation. See my answer for two lines of pure bash which achieve the same result.
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comment Getting regex to match a filename
Two lines of pure bash will do it too, which is arguably even shorter, not to mention faster. See my answer.
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answered Getting regex to match a filename