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Git aliases with autocompletion
#Add this to your home as .profile (or any other script to fit your needs) and download the git-completion.bash
#file (save as .git-completion.bash).
echo "Hello World!
alias g="git"
alias ga='git add '
alias gb='git branch '
alias gc='git commit'
alias gd='git diff'
alias gf='git fetch'
alias gg='gf && gp'
alias gm="git merge"
alias go="git checkout"
alias gp="git pull --rebase"
alias gs='git status '
echo "Available aliases:
g git
ga git add
gb git branch
gc git commit
gd git diff
gf git fetch
gg gf && gp
gm git merge
go git checkout
gp git pull --rebase
gs git status
if [ -f ~/.git-completion.bash ]; then
. ~/.git-completion.bash
# Add git completion to aliases
__git_complete g __git_main
__git_complete ga _git_add
__git_complete gb _git_branch
__git_complete gc _git_commit
__git_complete gd _git_diff
__git_complete gm _git_merge
__git_complete go _git_checkout
__git_complete gp _git_pull
__git_complete gs _git_status
echo "Autocompletion loaded
echo "Failed to load autocomplete. Couldn't find ~/.git-completion.bash"
echo "Can be found here:"
echo "Have a nice day!"
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