lazyType

lazyType

Software to create aliases for commands, applications to type in cmd.

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Lazy Type

A Software to create aliases for commands, applications to type in cmd, terminal. Just type the original command and type an alias for it. You can also assign a program for it. Browse through the directory to find the program or anything executable using the command line and you can create an alias for the same. Only Windows is supported for releases.

Download for Windows (x64) Download for Windows (x86)

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Features

Shortcut for Command/File

Point a command either to an existing system command or to an executable file.

Backup/Restore Utility

Move all the commands to and fro a new/already configured system.

Configuration Checkup Inbuilt

Launch the utility from the app itself if there is a problem with the commands.

Building/Testing

You need g++ in your path to build/test the code. The code uses MINGW++ compiler. Also, electron must be installed globally in the system.

npm install -g electron
git clone https://github.com/ngudbhav/lazyType.git
cd lazyType
npm install
g++ config.cpp -o ConfigUtility.exe resource.res
npm start

Installing The App

Setupx64.exe => Full Windows install for 64-bit Windows.
Setupx86.exe => Full Windows install for 32-bit Windows.

Contributing

Big Kudos to Hitesh Peswani for his incredible UI contributions.

We encourage you to contribute to Lazy Type!

We expect contributors to abide by our underlying code of conduct. All conversations and discussions on GitHub (issues, pull requests) must be respectful and harassment-free.

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License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details.

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Keyboard Shortcuts

Key Action
/ Focus the search bar
Esc Focus the search bar and cleans it
Select the next search result
Select the previous search result
Enter Open the selected search result
cmdEnter Ctrl+Enter Open the selected search result in a new tab