Bash is not the most programmer-friendly tool. It requires a lot of caution, low-level knowledge and doesn’t allow the slightest mistake (you know you can’t type foo = 42, right?).
Bashmarks is a commandline utility that allows you to save and jump to commonly used directories. All of your directory bookmarks are saved in a file called “.sdirs” in your HOME directory.
Furthermore you can backup the repositories of any github user to your bitbucket. Backup all github repositories of the designated user at once with the -a option. Or run it with no flags and backup individual repositories.
The tldr pages are a community effort to simplify the beloved man pages with practical examples. Try the live demo below, have a look at the PDF version, or follow the installation instructions.
Your dotfiles are how you personalize your system. These are mine. I was a little tired of having long alias files and everything strewn about (which is extremely common on other dotfiles projects, too). That led to this project being much more topic-centric.
Bash-it is a collection of community Bash commands and scripts for Bash 3.2+. (And a shameless ripoff of oh-my-zsh 😃) Includes autocompletion, themes, aliases, custom functions, a few stolen pieces from Steve Losh, and more.
bash has many things that just works automagically. Did you know it has a built-in pseudorandom number generator? Let’s play games! Before continuing, note that this is pseudo-randomization with a small footprint.