Decent Tab Completer

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Mar 10, 2018
Decent Tab Completer
A Tab Completer API that is actually useful and simple, with understandable syntax.


completions of [the] command %string% [at [the] arg[ument] %integer%]
# You can get, set, add, remove and delete completions
# You will probably only use this with the set method
# If you don't specify the argument place, it will default to 1

all [the] completions
# You can get and delete all the completions
# You will probably use this to delete all completions at the load of your Skripts

(buffer|tab[bed] command)
# This returns the command
# If you execute '/sk reload' it will return '/sk' (always with a '/')

tab arg[ument]( |-)%integer%
# Returns the text at an argument in your command.
# Works like normal command arguments ('arg-1', etc.)


  • Skript: Every version should work (from Bensku ofcourse)
  • skript-mirror: Latest branch (2.0), this is used for the importation and the usage of the TabCompleteEvent


# Example 1: Skript command completer

on load:
    delete all the completions

on TabCompleteEvent:
    if tabbed command is "/sk":
        if tab arg 1 is not set:
            set completions of "/sk" at arg 1 to ("reload", "help", "update", "enable" and "disable")
        if tab arg 1 is "reload":
            set completions of "/sk" at arg 2 to ("all", "config", "aliases" and "scripts")

# You can also add support for this for every Skript file, by looping them and adding them as arg 3.
# Example 2: Just a silly command
# In this example, we will not use the TabCompleteEvent.
# You only have to use it when you have different arguments. I advice you to still use the first example!

command /example <text>:
        broadcast arg-1

on load:
    set completions of command "/example" to ("good morning gamers", "how are you" and "check our shop")
    # Will be arg 1 (default) and will always show these completions. I advice you stronly to use the first example

I indeed based me on the idea someone created here. I actually made it better and easier to utilise with more functions. I advice you to use this one, because I will update it sometimes to add some new features, but I just wanted to mention this, because I want to give him sort of credits.

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