Release Notes: This release adds numerous new and improved completions and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Feature enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and feature enhancements.
Release Notes: Many new completion functions have been added, and many existing ones have been improved or optimised. In addition, innumerable bugs have been fixed, including important bash 3.1 compatibility issues. This release is believed to be bash 3.1 compliant.
Release Notes: The disabling of glob expansion in _filedir() has itself been disabled, as this triggered a bug in bash, which had the annoying effect of temporarily disabling alias expansion. mc completion has been greatly extended. A bug in lilo completion has been fixed. Improvements have been made to iwconfig completion. tcpdump and dhclient completion have been fixed to use the correct interfaces function. MPlayer options should now use dashes, not underscores.
Release Notes: The patterns for tarball matching were fixed. Evince completion for .pdf files was added. More OpenOffice 2 completions were added. Completion for xine front-ends and kplayer/MPlayer was added.
Release Notes: New completion has been added for rpm2cpio, ntpdate, getent, id, and cpio. Mutt completion now also works for muttng. A bug was fixed in the _filedir() function, so that literal filenames that appear to be glob patterns are not treated as such. scp completion was fixed for the case where a filename contains shell metacharacters. Broken sudo completion was fixed. More extensions for MPlayer were added. The new open document formats of OpenOffice 2.0 are now supported. Many other minor fixes and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Command metacompletion was slightly broken in the previous release, so that certain completions were not properly returned.
Release Notes: ssh2 known hosts completion was improved and many minor bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: Completion now works for chown/chgrp when group names contain spaces. Improvements were made to wireless tools completion. The location of openssl.cnf is now somewhat more flexible for OpenSSL completion.