My zsh ❤️ Aliases
This post features my ever-growing list of
alias-es. I will write about my
oh-my-zsh theme settings and plugins in another post 👍.
zsh aliases are written in a separate file and loaded in my
.zshrc file like so:
homebrew as my package manager.
man pages can be quite intimidating, I prefer to use tldr for the first, quick glance.
alias top="sudo htop"
Interactive process viewer - to see what's hogging your memory. Good for killing processes fast!
For quickly downloading youtube content. More about
alias reload="source ~/.zshrc"
For quickly reloading your
alias finder="open -a Finder ./"
Open your current directory in Finder (I'm not super good with copying and moving stuff around in terminal yet).
alias weather="curl -4 https://wttr.in/Brussels"
Check out the weather in your city.
cat with syntax highlighting and other stuff. More about
alias md='mkdir -p'
Make a new directory only if one (with the same name) doesn't exist yet.
Because being polite is cool.
alias d='dirs -v | head -10'
Display the last ten directories.
I wrote about them here.