Due to a project at work, I’m using Windows’
cmd.exe for something like the first time in a decade. I can’t use WSL on the project, and Clink with its syntax colouring and familiar readline history has already made it a 100 times more pleasant!
You get a searchable history and tab completion. What wasn’t immediately obvious to me, was how to choose the suggested completion - if you press
tab, Clink will start cycling through commands and paths; you need to press
End or use the right arrow key. Loads more detail on completetion here.
The repo lives at github.com/chrisant996/clink - give it a star!
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- TIL: the `NO_COLOR` informal standard to suppress ANSI colour escape codes
- Copy the contents of a branch into an existing git branch without merging
- Adding search to a static Jekyll site using pagefind
- asdf, python and automatically enabling virtual envs