Sakura stands for "Swiss Army Knife Unnecessary Repository yet Awesome" :)
It's a very nice way to color your life, I guess. It also provides a lot of tools, aliases, .. that power your shell experience. If you're not a shell guy, you shouldn't be using it. If you are, you can have your shell PS1 to be changed to have the Italian flag, or Irish, or Argentinian, for instance. :)
This is my famous SVN which is becoming opensource!
Go to the directory where you want to 'install' this software. Then download the repo:
git clone git://github.com/palladius/sakura.git cat sakura/templates/bashrc.inject >> ~/.bashrc
Note. Any help is appreciated to make this changeable!
Everything in this repo is under the Creative Commons license, except where stated otherwise.
richelp ubuntu # shows a richelp of my 'ubuntu' cheatsheet richelp sakura synopsis # shows a richelp of my 'sakura' cheatsheet, grepping for 'synopsis' ls | act # randomly scrambles the lines! Taken from cat/cat ;) ps | rainbow # colors all lines differently twice itunes - # lowers volume of iTunes... twice :) 10 echo Bart Simpson likes it DRY # tells you this 10 times. Paradoxal script ... # See `docz/CHEATSHEET` for more!
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