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- AdvancedNewFile - Fast creation of files and directories in a recursive way. Inspired by the Vim plugin.
- ag - Super fast string search through a directory hierarchy
- aliases - Contextual, dynamic, organized aliases for bash
- aliasme - alias helper to change directory quickly
- autoenv - Directory-based environments
- autojump - A cd command that learns - easily navigate directories from the command line
- bashhub - ☁️ Bash history in the cloud. Indexed and searchable.
- bashmarks - Directory bookmarks for the shell
- bd - Quickly go back to a parent directory
- boilr - A blazingly fast CLI tool for creating projects from boilerplate templates.
- boom - Store links and snippets in the commandline
- borg - A terminal based search engine for bash commands
- browsh - The modern text-based browser
- Buku - Powerful command-line bookmark manager
- byobu - Text-based window manager and terminal multiplexer
- commacd - A faster way to move around in Bash
- CloudClip - Your own clipboard in the cloud, copy and paste text with gist between different systems
- ddgr - DuckDuckGo from the terminal
- desk - A lightweight workspace manager for the shell
- direnv - An environment switcher for the shell, compare with autoenv
- dnote - A simple, end-to-end encrypted notebook for developers
- enhancd - 🚀 A next-generation cd command with an interactive filter
- fasd - Command-line productivity booster, offers quick access to files and directories
- fd - A simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to find.
- foxy - Plain text bookmarks for firefox and surf browsers.
- fselect - Find files with SQL-like queries.
- fz - Seamless fuzzy tab completion for z
- fzf - A command-line fuzzy finder
- googler - Google Search, Google Site Search, Google News from the terminal
- googlr - Command line tool that lets you search Google from your terminal.
- goto - A shell utility for navigation to aliased directories supporting auto-completion
- has -
has helps you check presence of various command line tools and their versions on path
- how2 -
how2 finds the simplest way to do something in a unix shell. It's like
man, but you can query it in natural language.
- hhighlighter - Colorize words in a command output
- hr -
<hr /> for your terminal
- hss - An interactive parallel ssh client featuring autocomplete and asynchronous execution
- hstr - Bash History Suggest Box
- jump - Jump helps you navigate your file system faster by learning your habits.
- k - k is a Zsh script to make directory listings more readable, adding Git status, fileweight colors and rotting dates
- k alias - get kool aliases (and more) working with a simple one-liner
- lazy-cd - Simple bash commands for bookmarked navigation of the file system, complete with bash-completion.
- lf.sh - Quickly search files with fewer typings and do many more (grepping, copying path to clipboard, etc)
- Lmod - Lua-based Environment Modules that enhances Tcl-based modules while being backward compatible (compare to modules)
- loop - Write and control complex loops with as one-liners
- marker - Bookmark your shell commands
- mackup - Keep your application settings in sync (OS X/Linux)
- mcfly - Fly through your shell history. Great Scot!
- modules - Classical Tcl-based Environment Modules managing the shell environment (compare to Lmod, direnv, and autoenv)
- nnn - File browser and disk usage analyzer with excellent desktop integration
- parallel - Build and execute shell command lines from standard input in parallel
- pathpicker - Accepts inputs like grep, searches, git etc; allows selecting files from the result of the input, which you can then open or provide as argument to a command.
- pdd - Tiny date, time diff calculator with timers
- percol - Adds flavor of interactive filtering to the traditional pipe concept of UNIX shell
- q - Vim like macro registers for your Bash and Zsh Shell
- qfc - File-completion widget for Bash and Zsh
- rg - ripgrep is a line oriented search tool that combines the usability of The Silver Searcher with the raw speed of GNU grep
- screen - GNU terminal multiplexer
- shell-history - Visualize your shell usage with Highcharts
- SHML - Style framework for the terminal (Shell Markup Language)
- slugify - Command that converts filenames and directories to a web friendly format
- sman - 🐛 A command-line snippet manager
- spark - ▁▂▃▅▂▇ in your shell
- shark - ▁▂▃▅ Sparkline Generator
- sheet - Text snippets for the command line
- spot - Tiny file search utility
- snips - Commandline tool to manage snippets of code.
- sqlline - Shell for issuing SQL to relational databases via JDBC (multiline, completion, highlighting, dialect support)
- sshfs - A tool for mounting remote file systems over SSH
- sshrc - Bring your .bashrc, .vimrc, etc. with you when you SSH
- sudocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary from your terminal
- surfraw - browse specific site and search the web from your terminal without browser.
- task-manager - Execute all your scripts with just two or three keystrokes.
- td-cli - A todo command line manager to organize and manage your todos across multiple projects.
- thefuck - Fix common shell mistakes by using an easy to remember command
- tldr - A fully-functional bash client for tldr, simplified and community-driven man pages
- tmux - Amazing terminal multiplexer
- undollar - undollar bites the dollar sign off the tip of the command you just pasted into your terminal
- up - Ascend directories by name or count; for bash, zsh, and fish.
- v - z for vim.
- wemux - Multi-User Tmux Made Easy
- xsv - a fast CSV command line toolkit written in Rust
- z - z is the new j, yo
- z.lua - A new cd command that helps you navigate faster by learning your habits