Nice!  I was looking at doing the same thing!

*Do you have the full completion code that you could post directly?  (not 
just the DIFF?)*

Thanks in advance!

On Friday, July 27, 2012 at 3:31:51 AM UTC-6, Gerlando Falauto wrote:
> Hi everyone, 
> I strongly felt the urge to have some way of bash-completing URLS from 
> the command line when doing checkouts, listing, cat (for README/REVNOTES 
> files) and so on... 
> I looked up the "tools/client-side/bash_completion" script only to 
> realize it works for local (file:///) but not remote URLs. 
> So I came up with the attached patch, which works for me (tested with 
> bash 4.1.2, svn 1.6.11) 
> The idea was (apart from adding sub-dir completion with a gross "svn ls" 
> command) to (manually) list known repositories within a ~/.svn_repos 
> file, one per line: 
> http://srv1/proj1 
> svn://srv2/proj2 
> The reason behind this is that data cached in 
> ~/.subversion/auth/svn.simple does not contain the full project URL 
> (only the server name) and I could not find a way to get that 
> information anywhere else. 
> I known it would've made more sense to ask for advice *BEFORE* touching 
> the code, but still... :-) 
> Thanks in advance for your feedback! 
> Gerlando 
> P.S. I'm not subscribed to the list, so please Cc: me, thanks! 

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