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bash-completion is a collection of scripts that are using the programming options available to add the command line in bash, implement auto-completion for a variety of popular unix-utilities and greatly increase the comfort of working in the shell.
The new version of the following changes:
- Dropped support for bash <4.1. Due to this, it was removed a lot of “crutches”, bypassing the error in earlier versions of bash.
- Involved, which appeared in the bash-4.0, the function of the dynamic upload add-ons. If before you start a shell loaded all the available add-on, which led to an unpleasant delay at the start, but now only loaded at first base portion, and themselves add only the first time using the appropriate commands.
- Many other minor improvements to the acceleration of the additions.
- All scripts bash-completion is not now installed in / etc, in / usr.
- Added many new additions: a2x, arping, asciidoc, base64, cal, chrpath, cppcheck, curl, dmesg, dot, file, gnome-mplayer, gprof, hddtemp, host, htpasswd, idn, ionice, jps, lbunzip2, lbzip2, lbzcat , prelink, protoc, pwdx, pwgen, reptyr, sum, watch, phing, pinfo, sbopkg, pkgtool, makepkg, rmp2tgz, slapt-get, slapt-src, slackpkg, kcov, feh, xgamma, fbi, fbgs, puppet, epdfview , lpr, lpq, mysql, plague-client, desktop-file-validate, valgrind, ccache, iperf, koji, lzip, udevadm, htop, nethogs, acpi, hwclock, pwd, ssh-add, vmstat.
- Significantly improved support for Slackware: added additions to system utilities, incorporated features of the location of system initialization scripts.
- Added linux-version-specific additions to the mount, umount, and su.
- Many bug fixes. This includes significantly improved support for add-ons for the teams that take as arguments to other commands.