Closebracket lets you define multiple shell actions in a single command to speed up the typing of the most repetitive shell commands. It includes ']' and '][' commands, which are located near the "Enter" key and are easy to type quickly. They invoke primary and secondary actions respectively.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools Shells Terminals Utilities|
|Implementation||Unix Shell bash|
Release Notes: Closebracket is now ZSH compatible. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A directory bug has been solved: with the previous version, it wasn't possible to change to directories with spaces in their names.
Release Notes: cd and ls commands are now executed with eval, which means that they will be expanded if you redefine them as aliases. The code was optimized and beautified. The "bc -l" feature was removed.
Release Notes: ] file:line is now equivalent to executing "vim file +line". The "untarra'' script will now repair broken tar/zip/rar archives, i.e. archives that would decompress files in ./.
Release Notes: A modular method to match file extensions has been implemented. It is possible to associate multiple extensions to a program or a function. (for example, associating ".jpg .bmp" to gqview and to the GIMP, using the former as the primary action and the latter as secondary). Support for "ftp://" URIs has been added.