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Magic goto - goto where you need to be, right now.

Project description

Goto

v1.4.3

Goto is a magic tool that takes you were you want to be, now.

When you are involved in different projects, they all have their own folders, important files, links to good articles or key websites. The problem is that all these are spread out on different locations.

By adding shortcuts to goto, so called magic words, you can jump to them. The shortcuts are associated with a project name. And you can switch the project context any time.

Usage

$ project your-project
active project is now: your-project

$ goto add github https://github.com/user/your-project
Added magic word github

$ goto github
# opens https://github.com/user/your-project in your browser 

Setup

Mac OS-X / Linux

pip install magicgoto

After install, close and reopen your terminal.

Windows (using gitbash)

Do the same as above, but open git bash as Administrator

Linux - User Site install

On linux, the recommended way to install goto is by pip install --user magicgoto

This requires that you have your User site bin in your path. Usually this is ~/.local/bin. So adding PATH="${HOME}/.local/bin:$PATH" to your rcfile should do the trick in most cases.

Commands

goto

Used to add and jump to shortcuts.

The basics
    goto <magicword>                        Go to shortcut
    goto add    <magicword> <url or path>   Add shortcut      
    goto update <magicword> <url or path>   Update shortcut
    goto rm     <magicword>                 Remove shortcut
    goto show   <magicword>                 Show url of shortcut
    goto list                               List all shortcuts  
    goto list -v                            With the urls printed

Working with folders and files
    goto <magicword>              Goto will cd to a folder shortcut by default. 
    goto cd   <magicword>         cd in terminal
    goto open <magicword>         open in finder/file explorer
    goto -o   <magicword>                                    

If you add a shortcut to a folder, and name it "code"...
    goto add code <path to folder with code>

...this command will open folder with Sublime Text
    goto subl

...IntelliJ:  goto idea,  VSCode: goto vscode                               

project

Used to add and switch project contexts.

Usage: project [add <projectname>] | [list]
   other commands:
     add <projectname> - adds a new project and makes it the active project.
     rm  <projectname> - removes the project
     list              - lists all projects
     deactivate        - deactivates goto project
     help              - if you want to read this one more time.

How does Goto know which project is the active one?

You tell goto with this command: project <project-name>

Examples: project django-blog | project website | project goto

$ project goto
active project is now: goto

Running project with no arguments, will show you the current active project.

$ project
goto

How does Goto know which projects exists?

You tell Goto with the command:

 project add <project-name>

How does Goto know which shortcuts there are in the project?

Define them once, and use them a thousand times. By this command:

 goto add <magic-word> <URI>

A magic-word is the name of your shortcut. The URI is the target of your shortcut. It could be a file, a directory, a web-url.

Examples:
  • goto add github https://github.com/technocake/goto
  • goto add music ~/the/sound/of/music
  • goto add jira http://jira.com/project/X

First one adds a url to a repo on github relevant to the project. The second one adds a folder path.

When you activate a project, Goto remembers which project you are thinking about right now.

Then it makes sense to call the shortcut visualstudio, because it implicit means the visual studio project associated with this project.

Examples:

goto add jira http://jira.com/project/X

Uninstall

pip uninstall magicgoto
# remove source start_goto from your ~/.bash_profile | ~/.bashrc | ~/.zshrc
# project data is kept intact in ~/.goto

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