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process-complete

Finish typing a file name.  Process mode: <Tab>

In a process buffer, <Tab> performs completion on file names. If no more completion is possible, it displays all the matches in the echo area, if they fit. If not, press <Tab> again to see them listed in the buffer. See the process-completion-style variable to customize how process completion works. The variables process-completion-dircmds and process-completion-windows-programs provide additional customization options.

The command uses different rules for the first word on the command line, searching for a command along the PATH in a manner appropriate to the operating system. (It won't know about any commands that may be built into the current shell command processor, though.)

At buffer positions before the prompt, this command indents.

More info:

The Concurrent Process



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