Neon CLI commands — completion
Use the Neon CLI to manage Neon directly from the terminal
Before you begin
Before running the
completion command, ensure that you have installed the Neon CLI.
This command generates a completion script for the
neonctl command-line interface (CLI). The completion script, when installed, helps you type
neonctl commands faster and more accurately. It does this by presenting the possible commands and options when you press the tab key after typing or partially typing a command or option.
The command outputs a completion script similar to the one shown below.
Use the completion script that is output to your terminal or command window, as the script may differ depending on your operating environment.
Use the commands provided below to add the completion script to your shell configuration file, which is typically found in your
home directory. Your shell configuration file may differ by platform. For example, on Ubuntu, you should have a
.bashrc file, and on macOS, you might have
.zshrc file. The
source command causes the changes to take effect immediately in the current shell session.
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