bash-clearcase is a Bash 2.x/3.x script for ClearCase tools completion.
The script provides Bash completion of all command line arguments for the following ClearCase command line tools:
The additional context-specific completion is provided for the following cleartool subcommands:
In case you'd like to use Bash completion of ClearCase commands, but you are not familiar with programmable completion Bash provides, please, consult Working more productively with bash 2.x/3.x.
Once you have bash-completion package installed, in order to make use of ClearCase completion, simply copy bash-clearcase script into
BASH_COMPLETION_DIR directory (
/etc/bash_completion.d by default) and restart your shell.
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