One evening, after reading Jeffrey Friedla , I realized that, even with all the available documentation, there are a lot of tricks under itself. All people are too different. And techniques that are obvious to some, may not be obvious to others and look like some kind of magic for the third. By the way, I already described several such moments here .

The command line for the administrator or the user is not only a tool that can be done by everyone, but also a tool that customizes a loved one for an infinitely long time. Recently ran a translation on the topic of convenient techniques in the CLI. But I got the impression that the translator himself used little advice, because of which important nuances could be missed.

Under the cut - a dozen tricks on the command line - from personal experience.
Papay 27 october 2017, 15:07

imageIt is not secret that productivity of work directly dependents on the used instruments. Let us try to disable the syntax’s highlight in the favorite text editor and we immediately will notice the difference.

This article will highlight some things that will do the work in the terminal more enjoyable and productive for users of MacOS X, and may be useful for users of other operating systems.

Visor


Visor is SIMBL- plugin for Terminal.app from BinaryAge, which allows opening a terminal using the hot key and it makes of it something like a console in Quake.

Installation. First of all we need SIMBL: www.culater.net / software / SIMBL / SIMBL.php
Then we download Visor from: visor.binaryage.com and unpack the archive, and put Visor.bundle in a folder ~ / Library / Application Support / SIMBL / Plugins.
KlauS 14 november 2011, 19:28