What is Inshellisense?
It provides IDE style autocomplete for shells. It's a terminal native runtime for autocomplete which has support for 600+ command line tools. It supports Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
Inshellisense is a tool in the Shell Utilities category of a tech stack.
Inshellisense is an open source tool with 7.9K GitHub stars and 164 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Inshellisense's open source repository on GitHub
PowerShell, Linux, GNU Bash, Windows, and macOS are some of the popular tools that integrate with Inshellisense. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with Inshellisense.
- IDE style auto-complete
- Has support for 600+ command line tools
- Supports Windows, Linux, & MacOS
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