#shell #command-line-tool #bash #zsh

app lazyme

Display your most used shell commands count

3 releases

0.0.3 Jan 15, 2024
0.0.2 Jan 15, 2024
0.0.1 Jan 15, 2024

#1829 in Command line utilities

49 downloads per month

MIT license

7KB
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Lazyme Latest Version

Lazyme is a simple tool that helps you optimise your laziness. It displays your most often used shell commands so that you can change them into aliases and eventually type less.

Installation

cargo install lazyme

Usage

lazyme =>
+---------------------------------------------+-------+
|                     Lazyme                          |
+---------------------------------------------+-------+
|...                                          | ...   |
| ei                                          | 21    |
| gpstg                                       | 22    |
| gstp                                        | 23    |
| zs                                          | 28    |
| s .                                         | 30    |
| zrr                                         | 32    |
| gpshh                                       | 60    |
| rss                                         | 70    |
| c                                           | 75    |
| gd                                          | 107   |
| o .                                         | 123   |
| gst                                         | 130   |
| ls                                          | 179   |
| gl                                          | 310   |
| gp                                          | 445   |
| gds                                         | 540   |
| gaa                                         | 817   |
| g                                           | 3365  |
+---------------------------------------------+-------+
| Command                                     | Count |
+---------------------------------------------+-------+

By default it parses $HOME/.bash_history or $HOME/.zsh_history. Optionally you can provide a custom history file path:

lazyme ~/Users/me/.my_history

You can set aliases by adding following lines into your .bashrc or .zshrc files:

alias gr='grep --color'
alias gaa='git add . -A'

Dependencies

~2–12MB
~80K SLoC