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A simple script to print the last 10 commands you ran in this directory  ↦

What was I doing the last time I was here?

We’re linking to the repo, but the idea is where it’s at. The code is a one-liner (if you’re using zsh)

grep -v "jog" ~/.zsh_history_ext | grep -a --color=never "${PWD}   " | cut -f1 -d"|" | tail

Then you add this to your .zshrc

function zshaddhistory() {
	echo "${1%%$'\n'}|${PWD}   " >> ~/.zsh_history_ext
}

Now you’re all set for the next time you need to jog your memory!


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