Install a shell auto-complete script into your shell profile, if they aren't already there. Supports pwsh, zsh, bash, and PowerShell.
Install a shell auto-complete script into your shell profile, if they aren't already there. Supports pwsh, zsh, bash & powershell. Usage: octo install-autocomplete [<options>] Where [<options>] is any of: Install AutoComplete: --shell=VALUE The type of shell to install auto-complete scripts for. This will alter your shell configuration files. Supported shells are Pwsh, Zsh, Bash and Powershell. --dryRun [Optional] Dry run will output the proposed changes to console, instead of writing to disk. Common options: --help [Optional] Print help for a command. --helpOutputFormat=VALUE [Optional] Output format for help, valid options are Default or Json
Tab completion for commands and options
Tab completion is available for the following shell environments:
pwsh (PowerShell Core),
zsh. This feature requires that
Octo is available from your $PATH, which is the default state if installed via a package manager or Chocolatey. If you've manually installed the CLI, please ensure your $PATH is also updated if you wish to use this feature. This is an optional feature that requires additional installation steps on a per user basis, since this feature relies on built-in shell auto completion facilities.
Additional installation steps for tab completion.
- Check that
octois available on your path:
This should return a valid location on your path like
- Install tab completion scripts into your profile, choosing from
octo install-autocomplete --shell zsh
- If you're using PowerShell on Windows use
powershell. If you're using PowerShell Core on Windows, Mac or Linux, use
- You can review changes to your profile without writing to disk by using the
octo install-autocomplete --shell powershell --dryRun
- Either restart your shell environment or 'dot source' your profile:
- You can now discover sub-commands by typing
octo [searchterm]and hitting the [tab] key. If you don't provide a search term, the full list of available sub-commands will be shown.
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