I've finally implemented the command I keep typing all day:
It's a program that displays a badly made ASCII-art animation to punish you for your typing error - and after that magically launches the command you meant to launch.
The code is available under an MIT-like license on github - though of course anybody can write his or her own version in a couple of minutes.
This whole thing is heavily inspired by
displays a steam locomotive. However,
gti is actually
sl as it at least executes git after the
gti is available as a package in
- Arch Linux
- the Debian-based Terrible Linux
- Source Mage GNU/Linux
- Mac OS X via the homebrew package system.
Thanks to kusma it should now also compile and run on Windows.
If you're going to include
gti in $YOUR_DISTRO's package system please
consider sending me a short note <firstname.lastname@example.org>. It's not a requirement, of course - I'm just curious!