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10.3: See all possible BSD commands in the Terminal
Authored by: wgscott on Nov 12, '03 06:26:57PM

In zsh, you can type backslash followed by the tab command and it will list all possibilities of executables in your path and shell commands.

\[tab-key]

zsh: do you wish to see all 3319 possibilities (837 lines)?

My personal favorite is called wtf

You put in an acronym, and it decodes it:

zsh-% wtf lmao
LMAO: laughing my ass off



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Installing WTF
Authored by: Paul Burney on Nov 12, '03 08:55:13PM
That's great. If you don't have it on your system, you can get it from fink: sudo fink install wtf

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10.3: See all possible BSD commands in the Terminal
Authored by: rspress on Nov 13, '03 01:04:12AM

Did not get the Show All Commands by pressing TAB or ESC twice in the Panther default shell.

Did fink and compile WTF however.....most cool!



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