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Quick method for running frequently used terminal commands.

Project description

Save and run terminal commands for frequent use. Also supports a button grid GUI window for using a mouse.

Installation

Install from pypi using pip:

pip install command-center

Usage

Create a pcc.json file to hold your commands.:

{
  "test": "pytest",
  "lint": "flake8"
}

Then simply run pcc in the terminal with your command key.:

$ pcc test

Note: You can run as many commands in sequential order as you want. For example pcc test lint would run test and then lint.

If you forget key of your command you can run pcc --commands to get a list of commands printed to the console.

GUI

If you want to display a button window for easy mouse use, use pcc-gui.:

$ pcc-gui

Adding --help to pcc or pcc-gui will display helpful information.

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