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the_silver_searcher - A code-searching tool similar to ack, but faster.

  •    C

A code searching tool similar to ack, with a focus on speed. Do you know C? Want to improve ag? I invite you to pair with me.

dumb-jump - an Emacs "jump to definition" package

  •    Emacs

Dumb Jump is an Emacs "jump to definition" package with support for multiple programming languages that favors "just working". This means minimal -- and ideally zero -- configuration with absolutely no stored indexes (TAGS) or persistent background processes. Dumb Jump requires at least GNU Emacs 24.3. Dumb Jump uses The Silver Searcher ag, ripgrep rg, or grep to find potential definitions of a function or variable under point. It uses a set of regular expressions based on the file extension, or major-mode, of the current buffer. The matches are run through a shared set of heuristic methods to find the best candidate to jump to. If it can't decide it will present the user with a list in a pop-menu.

ugrep - Ultra fast grep with interactive query UI and fuzzy search

  •    C++

ugrep is ultra fast grep with interactive query UI and fuzzy search. It can search file systems, source code, text, binary files, archives (cpio/tar/pax/zip), compressed files (gz/Z/bz2/lzma/xz/lz4/zstd), documents and more. A faster, user-friendly and compatible grep replacement.

config - holy cow, wholly config! Vim, Zshell, Ack, & the rest of my dot-files.

  •    Vim

The following rake tasks will set up symbolic links in your home directory for each of the included configuration files.

the_silver_searcher-win32 - The silver searcher Win32 unofficial daily builds

  •    Shell

This project provides daily builds of the silver searcher for Win32/64. You can download the zip packages from the releases page.

vim-ags - Silver searcher plugin for vim

  •    Vim

Pathogen, Vundle, or copy to the Vim directory Ag must be installed as well.

dotfiles - :octocat: Ninrod's sharpened dotfiles for emacs, vim, zsh, tmux and friends.

  •    Shell

These are my personal configuration files, which are in a constant state of change as I develop my environment across several systems so I can’t guarantee that these configurations will work for you, at all. Still, it can be useful and instructional to look around and take bits and snippets to use within your own configuration files. Feel free to open issues though, if the config did not work for you. I’ll try to help if I can. now lets write some shell commands.