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zsh-autocomplete - 🤖 Real-time type-ahead completion for Zsh

  •    Shell

zsh-autocomplete adds real-time type-ahead autocompletion to Zsh. Find as you type, then press Tab to insert the top completion, ShiftTab to insert the bottom one, or ↓/PgDn to select another completion. Besides live autocompletion, zsh-autocomplete comes with many other useful completion features.

zsh-z - Jump quickly to directories that you have visited "frecently." A native Zsh port of z.sh.

  •    Shell

Zsh-z is a command line tool that allows you to jump quickly to directories that you have visited frequently in the past, or recently -- but most often a combination of the two (a concept known as "frecency"). It works by keeping track of when you go to directories and how much time you spend in them. It is then in the position to guess where you want to go when you type a partial string, e.g., z src might take you to ~/src/zsh. z zsh might also get you there, and z c/z might prove to be even more specific -- it all depends on your habits and how much time you have been using Zsh-z to build up a database. After using Zsh-z for a little while, you will get to where you want to be by typing considerably less than you would need if you were using cd. Zsh-z is a native Zsh port of rupa/z, a tool written for bash and Zsh that uses embedded awk scripts to do the heavy lifting. It was quite possibly my most used command line tool for a couple of years. I decided to translate it, awk parts and all, into pure Zsh script, to see if by eliminating calls to external tools (awk, sort, date, sed, mv, rm, and chown) and reducing forking through subshells I could make it faster. The performance increase is impressive, particularly on systems where forking is slow, such as Cygwin, MSYS2, and WSL. I have found that, in those environments, switching directories using Zsh-z can be over 100% faster than it is using rupa/z.

zsh-vi-mode - 💻 A better and friendly vi(vim) mode plugin for ZSH.

  •    Shell

💻 A better and friendly vi(vim) mode plugin for ZSH. Maybe you have experienced the default Vi mode in Zsh, after turning on the default Vi mode, you gradually found that it had many problems, some features were not perfect or non-existent, and some behaviors even were different from the native Vi(Vim) mode.

zsh-nvm - Zsh plugin for installing, updating and loading nvm

  •    Shell

nvm is an awesome tool but it can be kind of a pain to install and keep up to date. This zsh plugin allows you to quickly setup nvm once, save it in your dotfiles, then never worry about it again.The plugin will install the latest stable release of nvm if you don't already have it, and then automatically source it for you. You can upgrade nvm to the latest version whenever you want without losing your installed node versions by running nvm upgrade.

zsh-yarn-autocompletions - A Zsh plugin for yarn autocompletions.

  •    Rust

You can customize the autocompletion of yarn add command. It's configurable. Please go to the GitHub releases page and download the latest binary files.

fast-syntax-highlighting - Syntax-highlighting for Zshell – fine granularity, number of features, 40 work hours themes (short name F-Sy-H)

  •    Shell

New: You can request a feature when donating, even fancy or advanced ones get implemented this way. There are reports about what is being done with the money received. Feature rich syntax highlighting for Zsh.

zsh-titles - Terminal/tmux titles based on current location and task

  •    Shell

Automatic terminal and tmux titles based on current location and task. zsh-titles is copyright 2015 John Reese, and licensed under the MIT license.

wakatime-zsh-plugin - Track how much time you have spent in your terminal

  •    Shell

This plugin provides zsh and wakatime integration. In other words, it tracks all time you spend in a terminal. Unlike other plugins, this one tries to keep all your spent time in the same wakatime's project. This command will install Wakatime's CLI.

execop - ExeCop is a checker that check commands and environment variables before execute command.

  •    Shell

ExeCop is a checker that check commands and environment variables before execute command. Put .execop file to /path/to/dir like .htaccess.

zsh-abbrev-alias - This zsh plugin provides functionality similar to Vim's abbreviation expansion.

  •    Shell

This zsh plugin provides functionality similar to Vim's abbreviation expansion. This plugin consulted http://zshwiki.org/home/examples/zleiab .

history-sync - oh-my-zsh plugin for synced zsh_history; with encryption :)

  •    Shell

An Oh My Zsh plugin for GPG encrypted, Internet synchronized Zsh history using Git. Check out the screen cast.

dotfiles - :black_circle: ~ is where the ♥ is - my dotfiles.

  •    Vim

This repo contains a Rakefile that does some magic things. $ rake - Will overwrite your existing dotfiles and symlink ours to your home directory.

fz - Cli shell plugin, the missing fuzzy tab completion feature of z

  •    Shell

A shell plugin that seamlessly adds fuzzy search to tab completion of z, lets you easy to jump around among your historical directories. Not any additional key binding is needed. Currently supports Bash and zsh. By simply sourcing corresponding script file for your shell, you're all set. However, this plugin is sitting on top of z and fzf, so you must have them installed as well.

gitignore.plugin.zsh - ZSH plugin for creating .gitignore files.

  •    Shell

Zsh plugin for creating .gitignore files. Every day the Travis CI runs a job (see tools/update-templates) that updates a submodule with templates and commits the changes. So, templates are always up to date. You should just use antigen update.

zsh-history - A plugin for zsh history extended by golang, dealing it like SQL

  •    Go

A plugin for zsh history extended by golang, dealing it like SQL

zsh-apple-touchbar - Make your touchbar more powerful.

  •    Ruby

Make your touchbar more powerful. You can define simple commands for FN keys in config.yml file.

forgit - :zzz: Fuzzy git

  •    Shell

forgit is a utility tool for git taking advantage of fuzzy finder fzf. Make sure you have fzf installed.

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