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Date: Fri, 11 May 2012 11:49:12 -0500
From: "jfoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: Fwd: bash auto-completion for john

This is a nice patch.  It may be very useful for 'external' processes needing to investigate the capabilities of an arbitrary installation of JtR.

The GUI, the jtrTS, and these bash completion are prime examples of these 'external' processes.


>-----Original Message-----
>>> --list=incremental
>>> --list=ext-modes  (external w/ generate) --list=rules
>>> --list=filters	(external w/o generate)
>> Yes. If splitting external modes is too hard, just one list will do.
>> (The two separate lists are only needed when I start interpreting
>> other command line options. But I never intended to write a bash
>> completion script for john which is larger than the one for git.
>> But may be these separate lists are needed for the GUI as well.)
>Here's a beta. This implements --list=[inc-modes|rules|externals] but
>does not yet tell filters from ext-modes.

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