I have user access (no root) into a Linux (Suse) machine where I developed some bash scripts and the corresponding bash autocompletion rules.
Since the scripts belong only to my user and therefore I need the complete rules only "active" for me (a part from the fact that I have no root write acces), placing my bash_completion script into
/etc/bash_completion.d/ folder is not an option.
At the moment I named my file
.bash_completion.myscript and source it directly from my
.bashrc, but I just wonder if there is any other "standard" way of achieving these results, already considered in the bash implementation.
For example, creating a folder