Build and share autocomplete specs for your team's private CLIs and scripts.
Fig supports completion specs for public CLI tools. And now we can support you building completions for your teams internal CLI.
Go to the directory that contains your CLI tool, script, or NPM package and run the following
npx @withfig/autocomplete-tools@latest init
This will initialize a
.fig/ folder in your current working directory like the following
cli/ ├── .fig/ │ └── autocomplete/ │ ├── src/ # where you edit your completion specs │ ├── build/ # where your specs compile to │ ├── .eslintrc.js │ ├── README.md │ ├── package-lock.json │ ├── package.json │ └── tsconfig.json ├── node_modules/ └── my_cli_tool.sh
This is like a minimal version of the withfig/autocomplete repo with an empty
src folder and all the tooling you need to build specs.
cd into the
.fig/autocomplete/ folder and run the remaining commands as package.json scripts
# Make a new empty completion spec in src/. # It should be named the same as your CLI tool e.g. `git`, `docker`, `cargo` npm run create-spec <spec_name> # Start dev mode to see live updates to your spec in your terminal as you edit. npm run dev # Compile your specs from the src/ folder to build/ folder (dev mode does this automatically for you) npm run build
# Create a new team npx fig-teams@latest teams create <team> # Add co-workers to your team npx fig-teams@latest teams add:user <email> -t <team> # Link your compiled completion specs to a team (use space to select / deselect) # Note: currently, you must run this with the .fig/ folder as your cwd npx fig-teams@latest manifest # Deploy your completion spec to the Fig cloud # Note: currently, you must run this with the .fig/ folder as your cwd npx fig-teams@latest deploy
Finally, right click on the autocomplete window and hit reload.
If you type in the name of your spec, it should pop up with the completions you just pushed! All members of your team can do the same :)
If you have any problems, please email email@example.com. We are working hard to make this experience much better
fig-teamsCLI is temporary and will soon be wrapped beneath the
- To see all
npx fig-teams@latest --help