OpenSource: doc-history command-line tool

This project is a opensource command-line tool From GitHub copies a cleaned up version of your previous commands to the clipboard to use in making documentation easier

OpenSource: doc-history command-line tool

This project is a opensource command-line tool

From GitHub

copies a cleaned up version of your previous commands to the clipboard to use in making documentation easier

How it works

what I would do before doc-history

>history
1794  code docker-compse.yml 
1795  mv docker-compse.yml docker-compose.yml 
1796  docker-compose up -d
1797  code docker-compose.yml 
1798  docker-compose up -d
1799  docker ps
1800  docker ps -f
1801  docker ps -t
1802  docker ps 
1803  docker ps -t
1804  docker ps 
1805  docker-compose logs
1806  code .env
1807  docker-compose up
1808  docker-compose up -d
1809  docker-compose logs -f
1810  docker-compose up -d

remove duplicates

>history
1797  code docker-compose.yml
1806  code .env
1807  docker-compose up
1808  docker-compose up -d
1809  docker-compose logs -f

delete line numbers

>history
code docker-compose.yml
code .env
docker-compose up
docker-compose up -d
docker-compose logs -f

copy paste into my GitHub markdown page and add markdown styling

```bash
code docker-compose.yml
code .env
docker-compose up
docker-compose up -d
docker-compose logs -f```
I use a tracker that is pravicy focused so if you block its cool, im big on blocking stuff on my own machine. im doing it to see if anyone is actualy reading my blog posts...:)