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cheat.sh - the only cheat sheet you need

  •    Python

Unified access to the best community driven cheat sheets repositories of the world. Such a thing exists.

tldr - :books: Simplified and community-driven man pages

  •    Python

A collection of simplified and community-driven man pages. Install it with npm install -g tldr or try the web client.

tldr - fast and interactive tldr client written with go

  •    Go

Community driven man pages improved with smart user interaction. tldr++ seperates itself from any other tldr client with convenient user guidance feature. Refer to Release Page for binaries.

tldr - Simplified and community-driven man pages

  •    Shell

A fully-functional bash client for tldr. This version aims to be the easiest and smallest to set up on a new account, without sacrificing any features. curl needs to be available somewhere in your $PATH. The script is otherwise self-contained.

manpages-tldr - Short, practical manpages for everyday usage

  •    Makefile

This project aims to make fast-updated, practical and precise manpages with examples for everyday usage. It's an idea based on similar projects, like bropages and tldr, but written in format of real manpages (mostly converted from Markdown with pandoc). manpages-tldr neither tries to replace original manpages nor compete with them. You must read real manpages. Use manpages-tldr only if you really have no time. If you note that some real manpage needs example, try to add it there.

tldr-alfred - Alfred workflow for TLDR

  •    Javascript

The workflow can be installed as a global NPM dependency. This makes it really easy to keep things up to date, since you can just upgrade to the latest version through NPM. However, if you don't like global NPM packages, you can always clone the repo and install the dependencies; that will set up the workflow as well. The downside is that you'll need to keep the repo updated to the latest version manually, and install the dependencies again after each update.

tldr - Text summarizer for golang using LexRank

  •    Go

tldr is a golang package to summarize a text automatically using lexrank algorithm. There are two main steps in lexrank, weighing, and ranking. tldr have two weighing and two ranking algorithm included, they are Jaccard coeficient and Hamming distance, then PageRank and centrality, respectively. The default settings use Hamming distance and pagerank.

tachyons-tldr - quick lookup for tachyon classes, scales and colour palette

  •    Javascript

quick lookup for tachyon classes, scales and colour palette. For detailed explanation on how things work, checkout the guide and docs for vue-loader.

tldr-cpp-client - Command line client in C for BSD, OS X, Linux

  •    C

A command line client for tldr, written in plain ISO C90. On OS X, the client can be installed through homebrew.

tldr-lint - A linting tool to validate tldr pages

  •    Javascript

It's really simple. There's a bunch of them. Couldn't bother writing them down just yet. They're all in lib/tldr-lint.js though if you feel inclined.

tldr-node-client - Node.js command line client for TLDR-pages

  •    Javascript

A Node.js based command-line client for tldr. You can configure the tldr client by adding a .tldrrc file in your HOME directory. You can copy the contents of the config.json file from the repo to get the basic structure to start with, and modify it to suit your needs.

tldr-pages.github.io - The website for the TL;DR Pages project

  •    HTML

This repository holds the website for the tldr project, hosted at https://tldr-pages.github.io/. The style of the website is the Solo theme, available under the MIT License.

tldr-python-client - Python command line client for tldr

  •    Python

A Python command line client for tldr. If you are experiencing issues with tldr, consider deleting the cache files before trying other measures.

tldr - Simplified and community-driven man pages (tldr-pages) in a single binary.

  •    Go

A single binary CLI containing the tldr-pages collection of simplified and community-driven man pages. Download and install the binary from the releases page.

tldr - Golang command line client for tldr https://github.com/tldr-pages/tldr

  •    Go

This tool shows the most common used parameter to different CLI-tools. This prevents long reading of help-flag output and man pages. Just copy the executable(https://github.com/mstruebing/tldr/releases) anywhere on your system, preferably in some folder where your $PATH variable will find it.

tldr.el - tldr client for Emacs

  •    Emacs

tldr client for Emacs. tldr.el is now available on MELPA.

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