Many of us live on the terminal. We use tools which allows us to do things faster and let us stay productive. Most of these tools are old. Sometimes we do pick up a few new generation command line tools. Here is a small list of tools I am using daily. All of these are written in Rust .
ripgrep was the first Rust tool I started using daily as a replacement for grep. It is easy to use. The output looks nice, and also works with my vim.
exa is the replacement for
ls. It includes many useful flags.
bat is the one stop replacement for
less. It also provides syntax highlighting with nice colours. I do have an
zoxide allows to move around directories super fast.
starship is the shell prompt you can see in all of the GIFs above. It allows a lot of customization.
All of these tools are packaged in Fedora 32 by the amazing fedora-rust SIG.