Clone this wiki locally
$ boom gifs (5) email (4)
Create a list
$ boom urls Boom! Created a new list called "urls".
Add an item
# boom <list> <name> <value> $ boom urls github https://github.com Boom! "github" in "urls" is "https://github.com". Got it.
Copy an item's value to your clipboard
$ boom github Boom! Just copied https://github.com to your clipboard. $ boom urls github Boom! Just copied https://github.com to your clipboard.
List items in a list
$ boom urls blog http://zachholman.com github http://github.com
Delete a list
$ boom delete urls You sure you want to delete everything in "urls"? (y/n): y Boom! Deleted all your urls.
Delete an item
# boom delete urls github Boom! "github" is gone forever.
$ boom all enemies @kneath: he's got dreamy eyes. he must die. @rtomayko: i must murder him for his mac and cheese recipe. @luckiestmonkey: she hates recycling. urls blog: http://zachholman.com github: https://github.com
Open in browser
$ boom open facebook-stalking Boom! We just opened all of "facebook-stalking" for you.
In other words, this will open all the links in
facebook-stalking in your
browser. You creep. You can also just open up one:
$ boom open twitter Boom! We just opened http://twitter.com for you.
Just print an item
# boom echo <list> <name> # boom echo <name> $ git clone $(boom echo github)holman/boom Cloning into boom...
$ boom help
If you want to edit the underlying JSON directly, make sure your
%EDITOR% on Windows)
environment variable is set, and run:
$ boom edit
It's just the command line, silly
So don't forget all your other favorites are there to help you, too:
$ boom all | grep @luckiestmonkey @luckiestmonkey: she hates recycling.
Unfortunately Windows doesn't come with
grep, however we have
So you can do:
$ boom all | findstr @luckiestmonkey @luckiestmonkey: she hates recycling.
Or you can install
ack, a cross-platform
grep-a-like with far more power than
findstr and then be able to do:
$ boom all | ack @luckiestmonkey @luckiestmonkey: she hates recycling.
And, if you're using
Set-Alias grep findstr, and people
will never know the difference.