~/Documents directory is a symlink:
nathan@nathan-desktop:~$ stat Documents File: Documents -> /mnt/nathan/extended/Documents
If I want to
cd into the directory, I can type:
c d space D o c tab
...and tab completion will append
uments to the end of
cd Doc as expected. However, it does not append a trailing
/, even though the symlink points to a directory.
Is there a way to make Bash do that?