Magnificent app which corrects your previous console command.
The F*ck is a brilliant solution for those occasions when you are working in the console and your fingers decide to type something different than your brain intends. The app essentially cleans up your command-line errors for you upon request. Compares your typo-filled command against a long list of existing rules to find a match and then creates and executes a new command using the correct syntax. A shout out to omicronian_express for directing us to this one.
A terminal for a more modern age
Tabby is a highly customizable, cross-platform Terminal app for local shells, serial, SSH and Telnet connections. Features integrated serial terminal and SSH client with connection manager; support for PowerShell, PS Core, WSL, Git-Bash, Cygwin, Cmder and CMD; full Unicode support including double-width characters; file transfer from/to SSH sessions via SFTP and Zmodem; and much more. Interesting-Wolf-533 explains, "I like that I can save and easily insert code snippets I use all the time. That and it's really customizable looks-wise."
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