Golang Command.GenBashCompletion Examples

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func runCompletionBash(out io.Writer, kubectl *cobra.Command) error {
	_, err := out.Write([]byte(boilerPlate))
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	return kubectl.GenBashCompletion(out)
}
Example #2
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func newCmdGenBashCompletion(root *cobra.Command) *cobra.Command {
	return &cobra.Command{
		Use:   "genbashcompletion",
		Short: "Generate Bash completion for the s2i command",
		Long:  "Generate Bash completion for the s2i command into standard output",
		Run: func(cmd *cobra.Command, args []string) {
			// TODO: The version of cobra we vendor takes a
			// *bytes.Buffer, while newer versions take an
			// io.Writer. The code below could be simplified to a
			// single line `root.GenBashCompletion(os.Stdout)` when
			// we update cobra.
			var out bytes.Buffer
			root.GenBashCompletion(&out)
			fmt.Print(out.String())
		},
	}
}
Example #3
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func runCompletionZsh(out io.Writer, kubectl *cobra.Command) error {
	zsh_initialilzation := `# Copyright 2016 The Kubernetes Authors.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
#     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.

__kubectl_bash_source() {
	alias shopt=':'
	alias _expand=_bash_expand
	alias _complete=_bash_comp
	emulate -L sh
	setopt kshglob noshglob braceexpand

	source "$@"
}

__kubectl_type() {
	# -t is not supported by zsh
	if [ "$1" == "-t" ]; then
		shift

		# fake Bash 4 to disable "complete -o nospace". Instead
		# "compopt +-o nospace" is used in the code to toggle trailing
		# spaces. We don't support that, but leave trailing spaces on
		# all the time
		if [ "$1" = "__kubectl_compopt" ]; then
			echo builtin
			return 0
		fi
	fi
	type "$@"
}

__kubectl_compgen() {
	local completions w
	completions=( $(compgen "$@") ) || return $?

	# filter by given word as prefix
	while [[ "$1" = -* && "$1" != -- ]]; do
		shift
		shift
	done
	if [[ "$1" == -- ]]; then
		shift
	fi
	for w in "${completions[@]}"; do
		if [[ "${w}" = "$1"* ]]; then
			echo "${w}"
		fi
	done
}

__kubectl_compopt() {
	true # don't do anything. Not supported by bashcompinit in zsh
}

__kubectl_declare() {
	if [ "$1" == "-F" ]; then
		whence -w "$@"
	else
		builtin declare "$@"
	fi
}

__kubectl_ltrim_colon_completions()
{
	if [[ "$1" == *:* && "$COMP_WORDBREAKS" == *:* ]]; then
		# Remove colon-word prefix from COMPREPLY items
		local colon_word=${1%${1##*:}}
		local i=${#COMPREPLY[*]}
		while [[ $((--i)) -ge 0 ]]; do
			COMPREPLY[$i]=${COMPREPLY[$i]#"$colon_word"}
		done
	fi
}

__kubectl_get_comp_words_by_ref() {
	cur="${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD]}"
	prev="${COMP_WORDS[${COMP_CWORD}-1]}"
	words=("${COMP_WORDS[@]}")
	cword=("${COMP_CWORD[@]}")
}

__kubectl_filedir() {
	local RET OLD_IFS w qw

	__debug "_filedir $@ cur=$cur"
	if [[ "$1" = \~* ]]; then
		# somehow does not work. Maybe, zsh does not call this at all
		eval echo "$1"
		return 0
	fi

	OLD_IFS="$IFS"
	IFS=$'\n'
	if [ "$1" = "-d" ]; then
		shift
		RET=( $(compgen -d) )
	else
		RET=( $(compgen -f) )
	fi
	IFS="$OLD_IFS"

	IFS="," __debug "RET=${RET[@]} len=${#RET[@]}"

	for w in ${RET[@]}; do
		if [[ ! "${w}" = "${cur}"* ]]; then
			continue
		fi
		if eval "[[ \"\${w}\" = *.$1 || -d \"\${w}\" ]]"; then
			qw="$(__kubectl_quote "${w}")"
			if [ -d "${w}" ]; then
				COMPREPLY+=("${qw}/")
			else
				COMPREPLY+=("${qw}")
			fi
		fi
	done
}

__kubectl_quote() {
    if [[ $1 == \'* || $1 == \"* ]]; then
        # Leave out first character
        printf %q "${1:1}"
    else
    	printf %q "$1"
    fi
}

autoload -U +X compinit && compinit
autoload -U +X bashcompinit && bashcompinit

# use word boundary patterns for BSD or GNU sed
LWORD='[[:<:]]'
RWORD='[[:>:]]'
if sed --help 2>&1 | grep -q GNU; then
	LWORD='\<'
	RWORD='\>'
fi

__kubectl_convert_bash_to_zsh() {
	sed \
	-e 's/declare -F/whence -w/' \
	-e 's/local \([a-zA-Z0-9_]*\)=/local \1; \1=/' \
	-e 's/flags+=("\(--.*\)=")/flags+=("\1"); two_word_flags+=("\1")/' \
	-e 's/must_have_one_flag+=("\(--.*\)=")/must_have_one_flag+=("\1")/' \
	-e "s/${LWORD}_filedir${RWORD}/__kubectl_filedir/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}_get_comp_words_by_ref${RWORD}/__kubectl_get_comp_words_by_ref/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}__ltrim_colon_completions${RWORD}/__kubectl_ltrim_colon_completions/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}compgen${RWORD}/__kubectl_compgen/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}compopt${RWORD}/__kubectl_compopt/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}declare${RWORD}/__kubectl_declare/g" \
	-e "s/\\\$(type${RWORD}/\$(__kubectl_type/g" \
	<<'BASH_COMPLETION_EOF'
`
	out.Write([]byte(zsh_initialilzation))

	buf := new(bytes.Buffer)
	kubectl.GenBashCompletion(buf)
	out.Write(buf.Bytes())

	zsh_tail := `
BASH_COMPLETION_EOF
}

__kubectl_bash_source <(__kubectl_convert_bash_to_zsh)
`
	out.Write([]byte(zsh_tail))
	return nil
}
Example #4
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func runCompletionBash(out io.Writer, kubectl *cobra.Command) error {
	return kubectl.GenBashCompletion(out)
}
func runCompletionZsh(out io.Writer, kubectl *cobra.Command) error {
	_, err := out.Write([]byte(boilerPlate))
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}
	zsh_initialization := `
__kubectl_bash_source() {
	alias shopt=':'
	alias _expand=_bash_expand
	alias _complete=_bash_comp
	emulate -L sh
	setopt kshglob noshglob braceexpand

	source "$@"
}

__kubectl_type() {
	# -t is not supported by zsh
	if [ "$1" == "-t" ]; then
		shift

		# fake Bash 4 to disable "complete -o nospace". Instead
		# "compopt +-o nospace" is used in the code to toggle trailing
		# spaces. We don't support that, but leave trailing spaces on
		# all the time
		if [ "$1" = "__kubectl_compopt" ]; then
			echo builtin
			return 0
		fi
	fi
	type "$@"
}

__kubectl_compgen() {
	local completions w
	completions=( $(compgen "$@") ) || return $?

	# filter by given word as prefix
	while [[ "$1" = -* && "$1" != -- ]]; do
		shift
		shift
	done
	if [[ "$1" == -- ]]; then
		shift
	fi
	for w in "${completions[@]}"; do
		if [[ "${w}" = "$1"* ]]; then
			echo "${w}"
		fi
	done
}

__kubectl_compopt() {
	true # don't do anything. Not supported by bashcompinit in zsh
}

__kubectl_declare() {
	if [ "$1" == "-F" ]; then
		whence -w "$@"
	else
		builtin declare "$@"
	fi
}

__kubectl_ltrim_colon_completions()
{
	if [[ "$1" == *:* && "$COMP_WORDBREAKS" == *:* ]]; then
		# Remove colon-word prefix from COMPREPLY items
		local colon_word=${1%${1##*:}}
		local i=${#COMPREPLY[*]}
		while [[ $((--i)) -ge 0 ]]; do
			COMPREPLY[$i]=${COMPREPLY[$i]#"$colon_word"}
		done
	fi
}

__kubectl_get_comp_words_by_ref() {
	cur="${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD]}"
	prev="${COMP_WORDS[${COMP_CWORD}-1]}"
	words=("${COMP_WORDS[@]}")
	cword=("${COMP_CWORD[@]}")
}

__kubectl_filedir() {
	local RET OLD_IFS w qw

	__debug "_filedir $@ cur=$cur"
	if [[ "$1" = \~* ]]; then
		# somehow does not work. Maybe, zsh does not call this at all
		eval echo "$1"
		return 0
	fi

	OLD_IFS="$IFS"
	IFS=$'\n'
	if [ "$1" = "-d" ]; then
		shift
		RET=( $(compgen -d) )
	else
		RET=( $(compgen -f) )
	fi
	IFS="$OLD_IFS"

	IFS="," __debug "RET=${RET[@]} len=${#RET[@]}"

	for w in ${RET[@]}; do
		if [[ ! "${w}" = "${cur}"* ]]; then
			continue
		fi
		if eval "[[ \"\${w}\" = *.$1 || -d \"\${w}\" ]]"; then
			qw="$(__kubectl_quote "${w}")"
			if [ -d "${w}" ]; then
				COMPREPLY+=("${qw}/")
			else
				COMPREPLY+=("${qw}")
			fi
		fi
	done
}

__kubectl_quote() {
    if [[ $1 == \'* || $1 == \"* ]]; then
        # Leave out first character
        printf %q "${1:1}"
    else
    	printf %q "$1"
    fi
}

autoload -U +X bashcompinit && bashcompinit

# use word boundary patterns for BSD or GNU sed
LWORD='[[:<:]]'
RWORD='[[:>:]]'
if sed --help 2>&1 | grep -q GNU; then
	LWORD='\<'
	RWORD='\>'
fi

__kubectl_convert_bash_to_zsh() {
	sed \
	-e 's/declare -F/whence -w/' \
	-e 's/local \([a-zA-Z0-9_]*\)=/local \1; \1=/' \
	-e 's/flags+=("\(--.*\)=")/flags+=("\1"); two_word_flags+=("\1")/' \
	-e 's/must_have_one_flag+=("\(--.*\)=")/must_have_one_flag+=("\1")/' \
	-e "s/${LWORD}_filedir${RWORD}/__kubectl_filedir/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}_get_comp_words_by_ref${RWORD}/__kubectl_get_comp_words_by_ref/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}__ltrim_colon_completions${RWORD}/__kubectl_ltrim_colon_completions/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}compgen${RWORD}/__kubectl_compgen/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}compopt${RWORD}/__kubectl_compopt/g" \
	-e "s/${LWORD}declare${RWORD}/__kubectl_declare/g" \
	-e "s/\\\$(type${RWORD}/\$(__kubectl_type/g" \
	<<'BASH_COMPLETION_EOF'
`
	out.Write([]byte(zsh_initialization))

	buf := new(bytes.Buffer)
	kubectl.GenBashCompletion(buf)
	out.Write(buf.Bytes())

	zsh_tail := `
BASH_COMPLETION_EOF
}

__kubectl_bash_source <(__kubectl_convert_bash_to_zsh)
`
	out.Write([]byte(zsh_tail))
	return nil
}