Autocomplete Composer Script Names on the Command Line

Autocomplete Composer Script Names on the Command Line

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As I add more and more of my own script targets to my composer.json files, I find that it would be helpful to have tab autocomplete in bash. I asked on Twitter and didn’t get an immediate solution and as I had already done something similar for Phing, I rolled up my sleeves and wrote my own.

Start by creating a new bash completion file called composer in the bash_completion.d directory. This file needs executable permission. This directory can usually be found at /etc/bash_completion.d/, but on OS X using Homebrew, it’s at /usr/local/etc/bash_completion.d/.

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May 18, 2017 at 03:09PM

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