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Il 11/03/2013 18:01, Junio C Hamano ha scritto:
> Having to restrict to the common subset means that whenever bash
> adds new and useful features that this script could take advantage
> of to improve the user experience, they cannot be employed until zsh
> catches up (and worse yet, it is outside the control of this script
> if zsh may ever catch up in the specific feature).
Maybe, to avoid this problem and code duplication (the main reason bash
script is sourced, as far as I can tell), it may be useful to add
additional reusable git commands, for use in shell completion?
git suggest <cmd> *args
returns a line separed list of filenames affected by cmd.
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