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 writhing 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.
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
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