Somethings that annoys me is the lack of autocompletion when using command line tools. Everything that makes you more productive should be done, even a shell alias that replaces two commands in one.
Git autocompletion should be add when installed, but it isn’t. (At least not for me.)
The file, in my case (Mac OSX) and usually on Linux, is https://raw.github.com/git/git/master/contrib/completion/git-completion.bash
So what you have to download git-completion script to home directory (it is just a sugestion):
and add the line
source ~/git-completion.bash to your
Now you have to reopen your terminal, or run
source ~/git-completion.bash to reload .bashrc change.
Almost all command line tools have this file, you just have to find the path and do almost the same steps.