This package is aim to help Linux/UNIX users to collect their own bash shells and got better experience. You can doing a lot of things easily by this tool, such as ‘cd’ to a folder faster, automatically config your Makefile environment, help you remember program history thing and complete your parameters later, and so on. Enjoy it!
You can download this software at: https://github.com/zdzhaoyong/ShellToolkit
- Support Linux system (tested in ubuntu 12.04,13.04 and mint 17)
- You can easily intall the package by the following command:
sudo bash ./function install
List all function
just run ‘Function’
Once the package is installed successfully, you can use it like this:
Function [Function_Name] [Function_Paraments]
If you got any question on the usage, you can also use “-help ” to show the parameter lists.
Use the little diary :
Function diary "This is a nice tool~"
See the diary:
Function diary -show
In fact,the package has alias this command to Diary, so you can just use Diary instead of “Function diary”
Demo 2 (cd to the folder you want immediately!)
first, ‘cd’ to the folder you want to get immediately later. For example,
By using the function “Here_Name”,you can name this folder any alias you want,here we use “imu”:
Function Here_Name imu
and later you can cd to the folder just input
Demo 3 (using the function “AddShellSupport”)
Read the introduction
Function AddShellSupport -i
‘cd’ to the program folder
use the function: AddShellSupport [Program_Name] [Install_Path]
Function AddShellSupport interface
You can use it without assigning the Install_Path and it will install to the system.What should be point out is that the parameter [Program_Name] must be the program name which you want to launch!
Add your own function
You can also add your own function by using
Function add_new [Function_Name]
The tool has prepared a demo and you can just add things you want,all the functions can be also used without the this tool, you can just find your function file named “Function_Name.func” and copy it to anywhere and use it alone.
If you have any problem, or you have some suggestions for this code, please contact Yong Zhao by firstname.lastname@example.org, thank you very much!