You'll need to modify
~/.bash_profile to enable WP-CLI autocompletion, and it may crash your shell environment. Before following steps we strongly recommend create snapshot (backup) on AMIMOTO Dashboard for AMIMOTO Managed Hosting user; AWS Console or
AWS-CLI for AMIMOTO AMI / Self Hosting user.
Restoring from snapshot, if you're AMIMOTO Managed Hosting user, feel free to ask us on AMIMOTO Dashboard; if you're AMIMTO AMI / Self Hosting user, you can restore it on AWS Console or
1. Accessing server with SSH
Managed Hosting Customer: please check Managed Hosting Customer section on our document Connecting your server using SSH | Amimoto Help Center
Self Hosting Customer please check Self Hosting Customer section on our document Connecting your server using SSH | Amimoto Help Center
2. Download wp-completion.bash
$ curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wp-cli/wp-cli/master/utils/wp-completion.bash -o ~/.wp-cli/wp-completion.bash
3. Load the script from default shell
Bash is the default shell on AMIMOTO Managed Hosting AMIMOTO AMI / Self Hosting. If you're using other shell like Fish or Zsh on the instance, please check official or user group's documents on the shell.
Add the following content to
4. Check it will work
Log out from the server and re-login.
After re-login, you can call autocompletion with typing
wp and hitting
cache db menu role super-admin
cap eval network scaffold taxonomy
checksum eval-file option search-replace term
cli export package server theme
comment help plugin shell transient
config import post shifter user core language post-type sidebar cron media rewrite site widget