bash completion should just work when you install new commands.
Bash::Completion is a system to use and write bash completion rules.
For end-users, you just need to add this line to your .bashrc or
This will load all the installed Bash::Completion plugins, make sure
they should be activated and generate the proper bash code to setup bash
completion for them.
If you later install a new command line tool, and it has a Bash::Completion::Plugin-
based plugin, all your new shells will have bash completion rules for
it. You can also force immediate setup by running the same command:
To write a new Bash::Completion plugin, see Bash::Completion::Plugin.