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Command line interface

Before there were graphical user interfaces, command-line interfaces were used to issue commands to a computer. Programs that handle the user interface are called command language interpreters, often known as a shell. A CLI may give a user more control over the computer and programs they wish to execute.

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ssokolow
ssokolow commented Aug 31, 2020

I'm not a fan of having my cat-alike draw a full-blown table, but I would like to have some visible "end of file, beginning of next file" separation.

Unfortunately, --style=header,grid still draws the horizontal lines as if they were part of a table, resulting in two lines where only one is necessary:

![Spectacle J14905](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/46915/91717467-1989ef00-e

MuratUrsavas
MuratUrsavas commented Sep 17, 2020

I'm using Git submodules for managing my libraries and they are generally nested. For committing a parent repo I generally need to enter three submodules individually and then enter same or similar commit messages. Normally I was copying the commit message and apply all other remaining repos while using other GUI's. But Lazygit does not allow me to do it. Shift + Arrow does not work. Mouse drag ju

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antonmedv
antonmedv commented Dec 11, 2019

Currently, each argument to fx treated as an anonymous function. Here is an example:

fx 'groupBy("commit.author.name")' 'mapValues(size)' toPairs 'sortBy(1)' reverse 'take(10)' fromPairs

But this requires a lot of ' quotes. My idea is to split the argument by whitespaces . So next will be possible to write:

fx 'groupBy("commit.author.name") mapValues(size) toPairs so

Created by Glenda Schroeder

Released 1965

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