Here are some shell tools I use, which can boost your productivity.
A zsh configuration framework. Provides auto completion, prompt theme and lots of modules to work with other useful tools. I extremely love the
Help you to navigate between folders and launch application.
Here are the official usage example:
v def conf => vim /some/awkward/path/to/type/default.conf j abc => cd /hell/of/a/awkward/path/to/get/to/abcdef m movie => mplayer /whatever/whatever/whatever/awesome_movie.mp4 o eng paper => xdg-open /you/dont/remember/where/english_paper.pdf vim `f rc lo` => vim /etc/rc.local vim `f rc conf` => vim /etc/rc.conf
A fast code search tool similar to
A great fuzzy finder, it can also integrate with vim by fzf.vim
Magnificent app which corrects your previous console command.
More concise and user-friendly man pages. (This screenshot uses powerlevel10k theme)
Another search tool. Use
rg -. to include hidden files.
A user-friendly alternative to
find. Ignore hidden files and gitignore file by default.
fd -H 'flac$' search all files ends with flac.
cat with syntax highlighting and git integration.
A fast Zsh framework. You can use OMZ plugin like this:
export ZSH_CACHE_DIR=~/.cache zmodule ohmyzsh/ohmyzsh --use degit --source 'plugins/fasd/fasd.plugin.zsh'
powerlevel10k theme is a fancy ZSH theme
Add rg, bat, fd