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vim-javacomplete2 - Updated javacomplete plugin for vim.

  •    Vim

Updated version of the original javacomplete plugin for vim. This is vim-javacomplete2, an omni-completion plugin for Java requiring vim 7.

nvim-completion-manager - :warning: PLEASE USE https://github.com/ncm2/ncm2 INSTEAD

  •    Python

This is a fast, extensible, async completion framework for neovim. For more information about plugin implementation, please read the Why section. Future updates, announcements, screenshots will be posted here. Subscribe it if you are interested.

zsh-completions - Additional completion definitions for Zsh.

  •    Shell

Additional completion definitions for Zsh. This projects aims at gathering/developing new completion scripts that are not available in Zsh yet. The scripts may be contributed to the Zsh project when stable enough.

zsh-autocomplete - 🤖 Real-time type-ahead completion for Zsh

  •    Shell

zsh-autocomplete adds real-time type-ahead autocompletion to Zsh. Find as you type, then press Tab to insert the top completion, ShiftTab to insert the bottom one, or ↓/PgDn to select another completion. Besides live autocompletion, zsh-autocomplete comes with many other useful completion features.




bash-completion - Programmable completion functions for bash

  •    Shell

The easiest way to install this software is to use a package; it is available in many operating system distributions, some examples are listed below. The package's name is usually bash-completion. These commands install the completions and helpers, as well as a profile.d script that loads bash_completion where appropriate.

evans - Evans: more expressive universal gRPC client

  •    Go

above usecases is corresponding to Evans's two modes, REPL mode, and command-line mode. proto file which read in demonstration and its implementation are available at ktr0731/evans-demo.

Elassandra - Elasticsearch + Apache Cassandra

  •    Java

Elassandra is a fork of Elasticsearch modified to run as a plugin for Apache Cassandra in a scalable and resilient peer-to-peer architecture. Elasticsearch code is embedded in Cassanda nodes providing advanced search features on Cassandra tables and Cassandra serve as an Elasticsearch data and configuration store. It supports Cassandra vnodes and scales horizontally by adding more nodes.

terraform-lsp - Language Server Protocol for Terraform

  •    Go

IMPORTANT: Currently there is two terraform lsp, one is this one and the other one is terraform-ls, which contain details about this repo as well.


node-cmdln - node.js helper lib for creating CLI tools with subcommands; think `git`, `svn`, `zfs`

  •    Javascript

node-cmdln is a node.js helper lib for creating CLI tools with subcommands (think git, svn, zfs, brew, etc.). It is a sister of my earlier Python lib for this.Follow @trentmick for updates to node-cmdln.

node-dashdash - A light, featureful and explicit option parsing library for node.js.

  •    Javascript

A light, featureful and explicit option parsing library for node.js.Why another one? See below. tl;dr: The others I've tried are one of too loosey goosey (not explicit), too big/too many deps, or ill specified. YMMV.

github-complete.vim - Vim input completion for GitHub

  •    Vim

github-complete.vim is a completion plugin to complete things related to GitHub. It generates, caches and contextually shows candidates of completion via GitHub API. You can use these completions as omni completion in Vim. Type <C-x><C-o> in insert mode to invoke omni completion.

slime-company - Company-mode completion backend for Slime.

  •    Emacs

A company-mode completion backend for Slime, "The Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs". The recommended way to install slime-company is via MELPA. If not using MELPA, put this file somewhere into your load-path (or just into slime-path/contribs).

node-tabtab - tab completion helpers, for node cli programs & others. Inspired by npm completion

  •    Javascript

A node package to do some custom command line<tab><tab> completion for any system command, for Bash, Zsh, and Fish shells. Made possible using the same technique as npm (whose completion is quite awesome) relying on a shell script bridge to do the actual completion from node's land.

vscode-swift - An extension for VS Code which provides support for the Swift language.

  •    TypeScript

This extension adds rich language support for the Swift language to VS Code. These features are provided by the Swift framework itself through SourceKit and a Swift Language Server implementation. Use completion lists to find out about available standard library types and function signatures.

tritium - A Javascript implementation of a ternary search tree.

  •    Javascript

A Javascript implementation of a ternary search tree. Creates an empty ternary search tree.

tabtab - tab completion helpers, for node cli programs & others. Inspired by npm completion

  •    Javascript

A node package to do some custom command line<tab><tab> completion for any system command, for Bash, Zsh, and Fish shells. Made possible using the same technique as npm (whose completion is quite awesome) relying on a shell script bridge to do the actual completion from node's land.

atom-clang - Native LibClang package for Atom Editor with Code Completion and Linter

  •    C++

Since this is a package uses C++, it will require the package to be compiled. This is automatically done for you by Atom, but it does have some requirements. LibClang is detected via llvm-config command. It needs to build and link against the LibClang headers and library. It attempts to find the newest version of llvm-config it can on your system. One can override the search by having the LLVM_CONFIG environment variable set, e.g. LLVM_CONFIG=/opt/clang+llvm-3.9.0-x86_64-linux-gnu-ubuntu-16.04/bin/llvm-config. Currently, I do not know of way "at package install time" through Atom to let the user specify which one to use. See llvm-config.sh.

brew-completions - 🐟Fish shell completions for 🍺Homebrew

  •    Shell

Fish shell completions for Homebrew. It is mostly based on the Homebrew documentation: manpage + brew help, but it also includes several "undocumented" commands, supported by Homebrew.






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