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  • GitHub repo wd

    :rocket: Jump to custom directories in zsh

    Here is link number 1 - Previous text "wd"

  • GitHub repo autojump

    A cd command that learns - easily navigate directories from the command line

    Just a plugin but I love autojump and can't imagine working in the terminal without it now. https://github.com/wting/autojump . The general idea is you can just type j "directory-name" and it will put you in whatever directory it matches with. It almost never picks the wrong directory in my experience.

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  • GitHub repo zsh-completions

    Additional completion definitions for Zsh.

    I ended up adding four plugins to my zsh config. zsh-completions for extra completion definitions, zsh-autosuggestions for history-based autosuggestions, zsh-Syntax-highlighting for, you guessed it, syntax highlighting, and gitstatus to get information about git repos to display in my prompt.

  • GitHub repo zsh-autosuggestions

    Fish-like autosuggestions for zsh

    I ended up adding four plugins to my zsh config. zsh-completions for extra completion definitions, zsh-autosuggestions for history-based autosuggestions, zsh-Syntax-highlighting for, you guessed it, syntax highlighting, and gitstatus to get information about git repos to display in my prompt.

  • GitHub repo zsh-syntax-highlighting

    Fish shell like syntax highlighting for Zsh.

    I ended up adding four plugins to my zsh config. zsh-completions for extra completion definitions, zsh-autosuggestions for history-based autosuggestions, zsh-Syntax-highlighting for, you guessed it, syntax highlighting, and gitstatus to get information about git repos to display in my prompt.

  • GitHub repo gitstatus

    Git status for Bash and Zsh prompt

    I ended up adding four plugins to my zsh config. zsh-completions for extra completion definitions, zsh-autosuggestions for history-based autosuggestions, zsh-Syntax-highlighting for, you guessed it, syntax highlighting, and gitstatus to get information about git repos to display in my prompt.

  • GitHub repo meh

    Sam's dotfiles, configs, etc.

    If curious, my dotfiles are here, but I'll admit my .zshrc is pretty bog standard due to my heavy use of oh-my-zsh.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    My dotfiles (by artizirk)

    some other customizations, like automatic python venv activation, are available in my dotfiles https://github.com/artizirk/dotfiles/blob/510b7c3d6d9b7f90bec8f3aef15e872750a4f135/.zshrc

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

    automatically run ls when changing directories

  • GitHub repo zsh-autocomplete

    🤖 Real-time type-ahead completion for Zsh. Asynchronous find-as-you-type autocompletion.

    I maintain several useful Zsh plugins: * zsh-autocomplete lists completions as you type and adds lots of additional completion features. * zsh-edit adds various handy keyboard shortcuts and a clipboard viewer. * zsh-hist adds commands and keyboard shortcuts for you quickly fixing or deleting entries from your command history. * Z Colors uses your $LS_COLORS to automatically generate a coherent color scheme for Zsh completions and Git output.

  • GitHub repo zsh-edit

    🛠 Better command line editing tools for Zsh

    I maintain several useful Zsh plugins: * zsh-autocomplete lists completions as you type and adds lots of additional completion features. * zsh-edit adds various handy keyboard shortcuts and a clipboard viewer. * zsh-hist adds commands and keyboard shortcuts for you quickly fixing or deleting entries from your command history. * Z Colors uses your $LS_COLORS to automatically generate a coherent color scheme for Zsh completions and Git output.

  • GitHub repo zsh-hist

    📝 Edit your Zsh history from the command line.

    I maintain several useful Zsh plugins: * zsh-autocomplete lists completions as you type and adds lots of additional completion features. * zsh-edit adds various handy keyboard shortcuts and a clipboard viewer. * zsh-hist adds commands and keyboard shortcuts for you quickly fixing or deleting entries from your command history. * Z Colors uses your $LS_COLORS to automatically generate a coherent color scheme for Zsh completions and Git output.

  • GitHub repo zcolors

    🌈 Z Colors uses your $LS_COLORS to generate a coherent theme for Git and your Zsh prompt, command line and completions.

    I maintain several useful Zsh plugins: * zsh-autocomplete lists completions as you type and adds lots of additional completion features. * zsh-edit adds various handy keyboard shortcuts and a clipboard viewer. * zsh-hist adds commands and keyboard shortcuts for you quickly fixing or deleting entries from your command history. * Z Colors uses your $LS_COLORS to automatically generate a coherent color scheme for Zsh completions and Git output.

  • GitHub repo .config

    ⚙️ Simple & efficient dotfiles for macOS & Ubuntu (by marlonrichert)

    Additional niceties can be found in my .zshrc file.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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