11 releases (4 stable)
|1.2.0||Aug 2, 2023|
|1.1.1||Jul 20, 2023|
|0.4.0||Jul 12, 2023|
|0.3.4||Jul 11, 2023|
|0.1.0||Jun 24, 2023|
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terminal workspace picker
If you hate typing out all your long project paths in the terminal just to cd there or open them in an editor, this is for you.
❯ wspick ? select project: > test1 test2 project [new project] [new dir]  [↑↓ to move, enter to select, type to filter]
❯ wspick ? select project: tes > test1 test2 [↑↓ to move, enter to select, type to filter]
cargo install wspick
or just download a binary from the releases section
Calling wspick opens a selector with projects that can be opened in a configured editor.
New projects can be added by selecting
new project and specifing path and name or by selecting
edit and editing the config directly.
new dir you can add a path and wspick will show all directories in that path as project.
wspick ? select project > [new project] [new dir]  [↑↓ to move, enter to select, type to filter]
-pprint the selected path instead of opening it. Useful for usage in scripts.
CD to projects
To use it on linux to cd to projects create the following alias:
alias cdws='cd $(wspick -p)'
On first start a new configfile
wspick.toml is generated and stored in an appropriate location. On linux this is
dirs =  open_cmd = "" editor = "/usr/bin/helix" sort = true exclude_proj_dirs = true [paths] exercism-rust = "/home/manuel/programming/exercism/rust"
dirs: list of directories. All subdirectories will be shown as projects
open_cmd: command that is executed on selection. Empty means printing the selected path
editor: editor used when you select edit
sort: sort prjects alphabetically
paths: list of project names and paths
exclude_proj_dirs: exclude directories containing any already defined project from the autogenerated list