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bashcomplete creation from python lists and dictionaries.

Project Description
# Overview

`python-bashcomplete` takes:

* Lists of strings and dictionaries, or
* Nested dictionaries

and compiles simple, yet functional bashcomplete code for any program that
invokes bashcomplete.BashComplete() with a list or dictionary.

# Setup

pip install python-bashcomplete

# Example structures

Autocompletes one level:

test = ['level1a', 'level1b']

Autocompletes two possibilities, both of which have sublevels:

test = {
'level1a': ['1', '2', '3'],
'level1b': ['4', '5', '6']
}

Autocompletes three possibilities, only two of which have sublevels:

test = [
{
'level1a': ['1', '2', '3']
},
{
'level1b': ['4', '5', '6']
},
'level1c'
]

Autocompletes only one level. Final string values are ignored:

test = {
'level1a':{'a'},
'level1b':{'b'}
}

Autocomplete with autogenerated words:

test = {
'files': ['`ls -1`'],
'devices': ['`ls -1 /dev`']
}

# Generation

Add the following lines to your command-line program:

import bashcomplete
bashcomplete.BashComplete(test)

where `test` is your data structure. This will generate
`<filename>.bash_complete` in your current folder using the filename of the
executing program.

If you wish to constrain the autocomplete words to only what has been defined,
use:

bashcomplete.BashComplete(test, constrain=True)

If you wish to create a .bash_complete file with another name use:

bashcomplete.BashComplete(test, filename='myprogram.py', output_filename='myprogram_py_cloudversion')

# Usage

Use the generated `<filename>.bash_complete` by adding:

. /path/to/<filename>.bash_complete

to your `.profile`. From this point on, any run of `<filename>` will use the
generated bash completion.
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