Why I use `exa` instead of `ls` on Linux ↦
We’ve linked to exa in the past, but this post may convince you to give it a try by detailing its many virtues.
I believe exa is one of the easiest, most adaptable tools. It helps me track a lot of Git and Maven files. Its color-coding makes it easier for me to search through multiple subdirectories, and it helps me to understand the current xattrs.
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