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Snipline CLI 0.4.0 Released
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Snipline CLI 0.4.0 Released

What is Snipline CLI and Snipline? Snipline CLI is an open source command-line application for developers to manage their shell command knowledge base. Snipline is a desktop application which does the same but with a friendly GUI. It supports MacOS, Windows, Linux and the web. Snipline CLI can optionally sync with the Snipline desktop app. The New Snipline CLI Release Snipline CLI 0.4.0 is a small release, but deserves a minor version bump due to its new requirement for Crystal 0.

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    Mitch Stanley
From GhostCMS to Hugo - Snipline's New Blog

From GhostCMS to Hugo - Snipline's New Blog

If you’re reading this then you’re seeing the new Snipline blog website! The blog looks mostly the same as it’s using the delightful Casper theme, so why move systems? Benefits of GhostCMS GhostCMS is quite simply a fantastic blogging platform. I love the interface and it doesn’t try to be something more than that (Looking at you, WordPress). The documentation is good, there are plenty of themes, and most importantly it’s open source and self-hostable for free.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline 0.7.0 Released
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Snipline 0.7.0 Released

In this release, we have better searching capabilities, tagging snippets, password generators, and much more. Snipline is an app for organising and copying commands as efficiently as possible. If you’re just hearing about Snipline now, checkout our homepage for a general overview of the app. The new version 0.7.0 is possibly the biggest update for Snipline yet. Here’s the rundown of what’s in the new release. Tagging You can add tags to your snippets, such as SQL, production, php, laravel, etc, to help organise your snippets.

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    Mitch Stanley
Free Rsync Command Generator Tool

Free Rsync Command Generator Tool

Rsync Command Generator is a tiny web app for composing rsync commands. What is Rsync? If you haven’t used rsync before then you’re in for a treat. Rsync is a fantastic tool for transferring files between two directories. You can use it for backing up data to external drives, syncing websites from your local computer to a remote server, compare the differences between two directories. The list goes on.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline 0.10.0 Released
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Snipline 0.10.0 Released

Snipline 0.10.0 brings a new feature and several bug fixes. The Show View Previously it was not possible to view snippet details in full without going to the edit page. Now, there’s a dedicated page. There are a few ways to get to this page, the easiest is to hover over the snippet and click the “eye” icon. This has replaced the edit button but editing can still be done either from the command pallet or from the e shortcut.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline: A Year in Review
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Snipline: A Year in Review

This is the first annual review of Snipline. The shell command bookmarker app. Snipline started as a tool to scratch my own itch. I wanted an app that streamlined saving, searching and using shell commands. Not long after the initial build I released it to the public as a Software as a Service. Notable Product Updates Since its release last February, there have been over 20 updates (including bugfix releases) and 8 feature releases.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline CLI 0.3.0 Released - The Biggest Update Yet!
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Snipline CLI 0.3.0 Released - The Biggest Update Yet!

What is Snipline CLI and Snipline? Snipline CLI is an open source command-line application for developers to manage their shell command knowledge base. Snipline is a desktop application which does the same but with a friendly GUI. It supports MacOS, Windows, Linux and the web. Snipline CLI can optionally sync with the Snipline desktop app. The New Snipline CLI Release Snipline CLI 0.3.0 has been a long time coming. The initial commit for 0.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline 0.9.0 Released
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Snipline 0.9.0 Released

This release includes three notable new features: A better Markdown editor, a new setting for keeping advanced options open, a new Ctrl+P keyboard shortcut for opening search from any page. What is Snipline? Snipline is a service for developers who use lots of shell commands. There are three apps: Snipline, Snipbar, and Snipcli. All of these are dedicated to improving your command-line workflow. Take a look at the homepage for more details.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline CLI 0.2.0 released - Create new snippets from the shell
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Snipline CLI 0.2.0 released - Create new snippets from the shell

A big update for Snipline CLI released today which includes a few notable changes. New subcommand: snipcli new The new subcommand, snipcli new, lets you to add new snippets from the text editor of your choice. This includes the option to validate and sync directly to your Snipline account or to save them locally without the cloud service. Create snippets from the CLI web GUI Bringing the web interface inline with the command-line, you can create snippets from the snipcli web interface.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline 0.8.0 Released
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Snipline 0.8.0 Released

This release includes three notable new features: Dark mode, import/export snippets, and a re-worked settings page. There’s also a bunch of upgrades and bug-fixes. What is Snipline? Snipline is a service for developers who use lots of shell commands. There are three apps: Snipline, Snipbar, and Snipcli. All of these are dedicated to improving your command-line workflow. Take a look at the homepage for more details. Dark mode By far the most noticable feature of this release is the Dark mode theme.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipline CLI 0.1 released - The command line interface for Snipline
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Snipline CLI 0.1 released - The command line interface for Snipline

Snipline CLI 0.1 released - The command line interface for Snipline Good news everyone! I’ve been working hard on a beta for Snipline CLI and it’s now available to download and use. #asciicast-container-RZiA8FX5OBbxOFPmjysHhJH61 { width: 590px; } This is an early release so expect there to be missing features and bugs. Although I’ve had no problems so far, I recommend that you do not put this on production machines and always read the commands you generate carefully (It wouldn’t hurt to also check them against ShellCheck as well).

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipbar 0.4.0 released with Spotlight integration
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Snipbar 0.4.0 released with Spotlight integration

The 0.4.0 release of Snipbar brings a few bugfixes, improvements and a key new feature: Spotlight searching! Use the native MacOS search to find your snippets and start copying commands. This release also includes fixing some of the command-builder styling and also adds syntax highlighting for Snippets. Here’s the full changelog: New Features Spotlight search integration - Snippets can now be searched for through Spotlight. Improvements Added syntax highlighting to the command previews.

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    Mitch Stanley
Snipbar released and CLI progress
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Snipbar released and CLI progress

Snipbar released I’m pleased to announce that the second Snipline app, Snipbar, is now available for download. Snipbar is a menu bar app for MacOS with a number of benefits. It’s lightweight (About 5mb at the time of writing!), fast, works with dark-mode, has offline-availability, and a customisable global shortcut. You can use it alongside the desktop app or use it with the web version of Snipline. It’s available for download from the Mac App Store for free and I also recommend reading the docs on getting the full use out of it!

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    Mitch Stanley
March 2019 Update
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March 2019 Update

As you may know, we officially launched Snipline in February 🎉. I want to thank everyone who’s tried the app and especially those who have given feedback. It’s really nice to see others using and enjoying what we have worked so hard on. Recent updates to the desktop app I’ve held off on big updates since the launch while I concentrate on marketing, but I have made a few changes that mostly effect things behind the scenes.

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    Mitch Stanley