haskeline-0.8.1.2: A command-line interface for user input, written in Haskell.
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LanguageHaskell98

System.Console.Haskeline.Completion

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type CompletionFunc m = (String, String) -> m (String, [Completion]) Source #

Performs completions from the given line state.

The first String argument is the contents of the line to the left of the cursor, reversed. The second String argument is the contents of the line to the right of the cursor.

The output String is the unused portion of the left half of the line, reversed.

data Completion Source #

Constructors

Completion 

Fields

noCompletion :: Monad m => CompletionFunc m Source #

Disable completion altogether.

simpleCompletion :: String -> Completion Source #

Create a finished completion out of the given word.

fallbackCompletion :: Monad m => CompletionFunc m -> CompletionFunc m -> CompletionFunc m Source #

If the first completer produces no suggestions, fallback to the second completer's output.

Word completion

completeWord Source #

Arguments

:: Monad m 
=> Maybe Char

An optional escape character

-> [Char]

Characters which count as whitespace

-> (String -> m [Completion])

Function to produce a list of possible completions

-> CompletionFunc m 

A custom CompletionFunc which completes the word immediately to the left of the cursor.

A word begins either at the start of the line or after an unescaped whitespace character.

completeWordWithPrev Source #

Arguments

:: Monad m 
=> Maybe Char

An optional escape character

-> [Char]

Characters which count as whitespace

-> (String -> String -> m [Completion])

Function to produce a list of possible completions. The first argument is the line contents to the left of the word, reversed. The second argument is the word to be completed.

-> CompletionFunc m 

A custom CompletionFunc which completes the word immediately to the left of the cursor, and takes into account the line contents to the left of the word.

A word begins either at the start of the line or after an unescaped whitespace character.

completeQuotedWord Source #

Arguments

:: Monad m 
=> Maybe Char

An optional escape character

-> [Char]

Characters which set off quotes

-> (String -> m [Completion])

Function to produce a list of possible completions

-> CompletionFunc m

Alternate completion to perform if the cursor is not at a quoted word

-> CompletionFunc m 

Filename completion

listFiles :: MonadIO m => FilePath -> m [Completion] Source #

List all of the files or folders beginning with this path.