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fav is a command line tool designed for managing and organizing your favorite files and folders in a more efficient way. It allows you to bookmark and categorize your most frequently accessed items within the terminal. With fav, you can easily add files or directories to your favorites list, making them readily accessible from any location. You can create multiple categories in fav to further classify your favorites and keep them organized. The tool provides a simple and intuitive interface, allowing you to quickly add, remove, or list your favorite items. fav also supports fuzzy searching, enabling you to find your favorites by typing partial or misspelled names. Moreover, it offers tab completion, which makes it convenient to type and access your favorites with minimal effort. You can export your favorites list to a file, making it portable across different systems or for backup purposes. fav is a lightweight and portable tool, written in Python, that can be easily installed and used on various operating systems. Overall, fav enhances your productivity by providing a quick and efficient way to access your favorite files and directories right from the command line.

List of commands for fav:

  • rainbowstream:tldr:9b7f4 rainbowstream: Favorite the tweet with given ID.
    $ fav ${tweet_id}
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