Jan 202013
 

alias.shIf you are a Linux system administrator or you just wish to save a copy of your alias on the net, this is the service for you !
alias.sh is a new project that offer a simple service: allows you to manage all of your aliases online and browse the list of cool aliases submitted by others. From the term of your desktop, or server, you can run a single command to copy all your aliases on your system, or back into your profile should you require them.

You’ll have public alias, that everyone can use and that you can share with friends and followers and private alias, for your use only.

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Jul 232012
 

Inspired from a post by Concepcion Claudio Certad, today I’ve taken a look at a command that I did not known: compgen.

The compgen builtin command expands a list of arguments to generate completion matches, so it allows us to display the commands, functions, directories and aliases available for the current user. In short compgen is a command that displays commands.
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Sep 092011
 

Alias are a great tool to help increment your productivity on the terminal with bash (or any shell program you’re using), but usually we are too lazy to think at what are the most common, or long commands that we use frequently and prepare an alias for them.

And so someone has done a small piece of software to do this job: aliaser

Aliaser helps you identify frequently typed commands and creates bash aliases for them. Aliaser analyses your bash history and helps you identify commands that you use frequently.
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