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#329 in Command line utilities
Gotoo is a command-line project manager for developers who want to efficiently manage and access their project directories using their preferred text editors. With Gotoo, you can easily open saved projects in your chosen editor and add new projects to the list for quick access.
Table of Contents
- Supported Operating Systems
Supported Operating Systems
✅ = Yes, ⚠️ = Not Yet
Install via npm
Install the package globally with npm or yarn.
npm install --global gotoo
Checkout gotoo on npm
Install via cargo
If you would like to install it The Rust Way™. Run the following command:
cargo install gotoo
Download the binary for your platform from the latest release on Github.
Install via source
You'll need to have Rust installed on your system. If you haven't already, you can install Rust by following the instructions at https://www.rust-lang.org/tools/install.
Once Rust is installed, you can build and install Gotoo by running the following commands:
git clone https://github.com/rajabilal555/gotoo.git cd gotoo cargo install --path .
Open a Saved Project
To open a saved project in your chosen editor, use the following command:
You will be prompted to choose a project from your list, and then select an editor to open the project.
Add a New Project
To add a new project to your list, use the following command:
You will be prompted to provide the project name and directory path. Additionally, you'll choose your preferred text editor for this project. When adding a new project, it will be saved in the Gotoo project list for future access.
- Add support for windows.
- Add support for linux.
- Add support for MacOS.
- Add support for adding custom editor commands.
- Add a default editor config.
- A fuzzy search in the project selector
Contributions are welcome from the community. If you'd like to contribute to Gotoo, please follow these steps:
- Fork the repository.
- Create a new branch for your feature or bug fix: git checkout -b feature/your-feature-name.
- Make your changes and commit them.
- Push your changes to your fork: git push origin feature/your-feature-name.
- Create a pull request to the this repository's main branch.
- Please ensure that your code follows best practices, includes tests if applicable, and adheres to the project's coding style.
This project is licensed under the MIT License (with Attribution). See the LICENSE file for details.