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ZSH like command line completion

From: Mithu2
Subject: ZSH like command line completion
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 09:18:09 -0800 (PST)


I know in Bash the file completion can be set to provide a menu-list of
possible files.  This seems to be the default behaviour.  On the other hand,
I could add:

  bind 'TAB:menu-complete'

to my .bashrc which allows cycling through the list of completions.  But
these two options are mutually exclusive.

Is is possible to activate BOTH on the same key (tab)?  This is the default
behaviour in ZSH where the first tab will menu-list all the completions and
then the next tab starts cycling through the possible completions.  (I
already have 

  bind "set show-all-if-ambiguous on"

to make the menu appear on the first tab)


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