xaizek / hstr (License: Apachev2) (since 2018-12-07)
Bash and Zsh shell history suggest box - easily view, navigate, search and manage your command history.
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Easily view, navigate, search and use your command history with shell history suggest box for Bash and

[![Shell History Suggest Box](http://mindforger.com/projects/images/hh-animated-01.gif "Shell History Suggest Box @ YouTube")](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPF29NyXe2U)

Are you looking for a command that you used **recently**? Do you
want to  avoid the need to write **long commands** over and over
again despite you used them recently? Are you looking
for a tool that is able to manage your **favorite** commands?

HSTR is a command line utility that brings improved Bash command completion
from the history. It aims to make completion **easier** and more **efficient**
than <kbd>Ctrl-r</kbd>.

Apart to the completion, history can be **managed** (you can remove
commands that e.g. contain sensitive information like
passwords) and bookmark your favorite commands.

Enjoy [video](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPF29NyXe2U) tutorial.

Install HSTR:
* download [distribution](INSTALLATION.md#distribution-installation)
* build from [source code](INSTALLATION.md#installation-from-source-code)
* [Ubuntu](INSTALLATION.md#ubuntu)
* [Fedora](INSTALLATION.md#fedorarhelcentos)
* [Gentoo](INSTALLATION.md#gentoo)
* [CentOS](INSTALLATION.md#fedorarhelcentos)
* [openSUSE](INSTALLATION.md#opensuse)
* [RHEL](INSTALLATION.md#fedorarhelcentos)
* [Debian](INSTALLATION.md#debianmint)
* [Mint](INSTALLATION.md#debianmint)
* [Arch Linux](INSTALLATION.md#arch-linux)
* [Scientific Linux](INSTALLATION.md#fedorarhelcentos)
* [Mac OS](INSTALLATION.md#mac-os)

Optionally configure HSTR just by running:
hh --show-configuration >> ~/.bashrc
For detailed `hh` configuration documentation please refer to [Configuration](CONFIGURATION.md).

Check `hh` man page:
man hh


Before first commit, do not forget to setup your git environment:
git config --global user.name "your_name_here"
git config --global user.email "your@email_here"

Clone this repository using HTTP(S):
git clone https://code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/hstr

Clone this repository using ssh (do not forget to upload a key first):
git clone ssh://rocketgit@code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/hstr

You are allowed to anonymously push to this repository.
This means that your pushed commits will automatically be transformed into a pull request:
... clone the repository ...
... make some changes and some commits ...
git push origin master