|0.7.1||May 10, 2021|
|0.6.2||Apr 26, 2021|
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magical shell history
exit code, duration, time and command shown
Atuin replaces your existing shell history with a SQLite database, and records additional context for your commands. Additionally, it provides optional and fully encrypted synchronisation of your history between machines, via an Atuin server.
As well as the search UI, it can do things like this:
# search for all successful `make` commands, recorded after 3pm yesterday atuin search --exit 0 --after "yesterday 3pm" make
You may use either the server I host, or host your own! Or just don't use sync at all. As all history sync is encrypted, I couldn't access your data even if I wanted to. And I really don't want to.
ctrl-rwith a full screen history search UI
- store shell history in a sqlite database
- backup and sync encrypted shell history
- the same history across terminals, across sessions, and across machines
- log exit code, cwd, hostname, session, command duration, etc
- calculate statistics such as "most used command"
- old history file is not replaced
- quick-jump to previous items with Alt-<num>
- Searching history
- Cloud history sync
- History stats
- Running your own server
- Key binding
bash <(curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ellie/atuin/main/install.sh) atuin register -u <USERNAME> -e <EMAIL> -p <PASSWORD> atuin import auto atuin sync
The install script will help you through the setup, ensuring your shell is properly configured. It will also use one of the below methods, preferring the system package manager where possible (AUR, homebrew, etc etc).
# do not run this as root, root will be asked for if required bash <(curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ellie/atuin/main/install.sh)
It's best to use rustup to get setup with a Rust toolchain, then you can run:
cargo install atuin
brew install atuin
Atuin is available on the AUR
yay -S atuin # or your AUR helper of choice
git clone https://github.com/ellie/atuin.git cd atuin cargo install --path .
Once the binary is installed, the shell plugin requires installing. If you use the install script, this should all be done for you!
echo 'eval "$(atuin init zsh)"' >> ~/.zshrc
Or using a plugin manager:
zinit load ellie/atuin
We need to setup some hooks, so first install bash-preexec:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rcaloras/bash-preexec/master/bash-preexec.sh -o ~/.bash-preexec.sh echo '[[ -f ~/.bash-preexec.sh ]] && source ~/.bash-preexec.sh' >> ~/.bashrc
Then setup Atuin
echo 'eval "$(atuin init bash)"' >> ~/.bashrc
Atuin is named after "The Great A'Tuin", a giant turtle from Terry Pratchett's Discworld series of books.