Right now, `raco` doesn't have anything like that, for either built-in
or custom commands. What there is currently is this code:
https://github.com/racket/shell-completion which basically hard-codes
options, and calls `racket` to complete `raco` commands. It knows
specifically about `raco planet` so that it can complete for that.
You could write something that used `get-info` to get the relevant
information from a spec like you describe there, and add it to that
code. A warning: those completion scripts start slower than I'd like
when I use them, because of Racket's startup time.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Jack Firth <jackhfi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Right, but shell completion varies by shell implementaiton so I was hoping
> that raco
> would have some built-in completion script that racket installs, and that
> script would
> dispatch to some racket code that implements custom completion for a
> particular command
> I'd like to stick something like this in an info.rkt file:
> (define raco-commands
> '(("some-command" command-impl-mod "Some command" 20 #:complete-with
> (completion-impl-mod completion-procedure-binding))))
> ...and have `raco` setup a single completion script on installation that
> notices when you're
> completing a command with custom completion and dispatches to it. That way I
> don't have
> to figure out how to get raco pkg install to put shell scripts in the right
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