Your shell keeps a list of every command you run locally, but this list of commands is devoid of
context (where did I run that command? what was the output of the command? how long did it take to run?) and it is easily
corrupted (open two terminals at once? Say goodbye to your shell history!).
hiSHtory keeps track of the command you ran, how long it took to run, whether it succeeded or failed, where you ran it, and on what machine. It syncs this information across all your machines, so you can always find that useful shell pipeline you wrote a month ago.
hishtory query fooor use the custom search atoms
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