On Fri, Jun 07, 2013 at 12:46:25PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Thanks for a pointer. I think what I was suggesting was slightly
> different in that I was hoping to see a single helper that knows to
> complete to object names (possibly including trees/blobs with the
> treeish:path notation), ranges, and pathnames (not treeish:path
> notation) until it sees a "--" and then complete only to pathnames.
We already got that except the completion of pathnames before "--",
and I don't know how that could be done properly for commands taking
both refs and paths. Just consider
git diff git.c
git diff master git.c
git diff master next git.c
We can't guess whether the user wants refs or paths when he first hits
tab after 'git diff ', not even after 'git diff master '. I
definitely don't want to see refs and paths all mixed up.
As for the _single_ helper: I think it has some value that we have
different helper functions and we can indicate whether a certain git
command can take a ref or ref:path or ref1...ref2 or even
ref1..ref2:path by calling the appropriate helper function (however
badly it might have been named), even if all these functions happen to
boil down to a single implementation.
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