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This is a collection of scripts I've written that use fzf
Almost all of them require various tools from coreutils like
Lists or searches for files and opens them with a command, defaults to
vim. Kind of a shortcut for
vim $(ag 'foo' | fzf), lists files if no search string is given.
Interactive git wrapper. Very much still a work in progress, but it has same very cool functions already.
Lists and searches for songs in an MPD library by artist, album, or playlist. I wrote a blog post about writing this script.
Interactively move files. It was originally just an experiment to see what it would be like to make a file explorer with fzf.
Google search from the command line. This is now broken since google deprecated the API I used and I have yet to update to the newer version..
Uploads files to http://ix.io and allows listing and editing of uploads.
Searches Debian/Ubuntu and Arch repos (including the AUR) and installs multiple packages.
Lists files from remote servers and
rsyncs them to the current directory
List and connect to wifi networks
Copyright (C) 2016 Daniel F Gray DanielFGray@gmail.com
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