Bash-it – Bash Framework to Control Your Scripts and Aliases

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  1. dragonmouth says:

    “append bash-it templates at the end” What are bash-it templates?

    “In the next section, we will use similar steps to enable or disable completions ”

    That section does not exist. Unless you mean that the procedure to enable/disable completions is the same as for enabling/disabling aliases. If that is true then you should have so, not talk about a no-existent “next section”.

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