Jog: Print the last 10 commands you ran in the current directory

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  • GitHub repo fzf

    :cherry_blossom: A command-line fuzzy finder

    fzf[0] + per-directory-history[1] fill exactly this niche for me. ^R always shows the all commands run in the current directory, ordered by recency (and filterable).


  • GitHub repo zsh-histdb

    A slightly better history for zsh

    Here is a zsh function I made for use with to get the same effect, but only showing commands whose exit_status is 0:

    jog() {

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  • GitHub repo jog

    Simple script to print the last 10 commands you ran in the current directory

  • GitHub repo wiki

    some useful information (by albertz)

    We use a shell history per directory per user. This is very helpful, esp in distributed shared environments.

  • GitHub repo per-directory-history

    Per directory history for zsh, as well as global history, and the ability to toggle between them with ^G.

  • GitHub repo pystory

    Keep a local history of everything you do inside your virtual python environment

    Very cool! I built something in python a while back, to track each project's history by detecting if a virtual environment/venv is active:

  • GitHub repo antigen

    The plugin manager for zsh.

    I like the symplicity.

    Have you thought about bundling it up so it can be installed with antigen or oh-my-zsh[0]


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  • GitHub repo mcfly

    Fly through your shell history. Great Scott!

  • GitHub repo atuin

    🐢 Magical shell history

  • GitHub repo hstdb

    Better history management for zsh. Based on ideas from

  • GitHub repo zsh-syntax-highlighting

    Fish shell like syntax highlighting for Zsh.

    I'm an assisted human being, I need instructions like these :D

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