Generate completion scripts for Astro CLI commands. You can modify the generated scripts and add them to the appropriate directory to customize your command line autocompletion behavior.
For example, you could set automation such that typing
astro lo autocompletes to
astro login if you press TAB on your keyboard and
astro login or
astro logout if you press TAB again.
This command is helpful for users interacting with the CLI on a regular basis.
If you're running the CLI MacOS, install Bash Completion before creating autocompletion scripts. To do this with Homebrew, run:
brew install bash-completion
astro completion <shell>
|The type of shell to generate completion scripts for|
To generate a shell completion script for zsh, for example, you can run:
$ astro completion zsh > /usr/local/share/zsh/site-functions/_astro
# Completion script saved in your local directory
Then, to enable autocompletion, ensure that the following lines are present in your
autoload -U compinit