OT: Mac Terminal Replacement?
pmulroney at logicaldevelopments.com.au
Thu Oct 13 22:47:25 UTC 2022
The Terminal on mac usually runs a shell. On Catalina, I use zsh. A quick google search for "zsh show history" returned this:
"To use it, press CTRL + R in your terminal session. This will change your terminal session to search mode, and you can type for previous commands. As you type, the shell will search for a matching command in the history and suggest it. To search for the next matching suggestion, press CTRL + R."
There's probably heaps of options - most unix commands do.
> On 14 Oct 2022, at 5:36 am, Das Goravani <goravanis at gmail.com> wrote:
> I didn’t know that, and I just checked it out. That up key trick in Terminal is good for the last say 20 commands, then it stops. Plus if you have 100 entered and you want something from the first ten, doing 95 up keystrokes would be out of the question. Otherwise, it is very good for reissuing commands you recently entered. Very helpful. Thanks for answering.
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