Circle through last command arguments with Opt-dot
Did you know that you can use previous command arguments in a fast fashion? Consider this scenario:
- You create a new file with
- Next, you put some content there with
echo 'om nom nom' >> some-awesome-file.md
You don’t want to repeat yourself, though: no copy-pasta. The only thing you need (unless you need to adjust your setup) is:
- Type command:
echo 'om nom nom' >> ▓
- Press Opt .
▓ marks the cursor position.
In OS X you may need to change how Opt / Alt behaves:
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