Heroku bash completion
This lets you use tab to autocomplete your
heroku commands. Instant bliss. :sparkles: :sparkles: :sparkles:
The plugin generates the list from the heroku help commands, so it should stay up to date with new commands. Your app names and git remotes are also autocompleted.
For zsh, see zsh-completions.
Only tested on Mac.
bash-completion and add it to your
.bash_profile before you install this.
brew install bash-completion
heroku plugins:install git://github.com/stefansundin/heroku-bash-completion.git
heroku completion:init to get the command to put in
Open a new terminal for the completion to take effect, or run the
source command directly. The first time you use it, it will generate a list of commands that it caches in your
~/.heroku directory. The first time you tab
-a, it will fetch a list of your apps. You can generate new lists by running
heroku completion:gen. Rake tasks are also cached, e.g.
heroku run rake .... Heroku plugins are also completed, but not cached anywhere.
When you install new plugins or upgrade to a new version of the heroku toolbelt, run
heroku completion:gen to update the cached list of commands. You can run
heroku completion:apps to only generate a new list of apps.
It might be convenient to set
heroku completion:apps to run as a cron job to periodically update the list, or you can have it run when you login.
heroku completion heroku completion:init heroku completion:gen heroku completion:apps heroku completion:clean heroku completion:version
heroku plugins:update heroku-bash-completion
heroku plugins:uninstall heroku-bash-completion rm ~/.heroku/completion*
0.1 - 2014-10-18 - diff:
- First release.