Joined April 2013

Jake Bellacera

Eleven, Inc.
San Francisco, CA

Posted to Bang Cash (!$) over 1 year ago

You can also use !foo where "foo" is a command (i.e. "git") and bash will look through your history and run the last previous instance of "foo".


> git ls-files
> vim Gemfile
> bundle
> !git

The last command would run git ls-files again.

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