Package Details: find-the-command 2.0.1-1

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Package Base: find-the-command
Description: Advanced command-not-found hook for bash, fish and zsh using the power of pacman
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Keywords: bash command-not-found fish zsh
Licenses: custom:WTFPL
Submitter: lexter
Maintainer: pkasemir
Last Packager: pkasemir
Votes: 42
Popularity: 1.42
First Submitted: 2016-05-14 21:43 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-09-04 20:27 (UTC)

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pkasemir commented on 2022-09-15 15:24 (UTC)

Did you try looking here?

j1simon commented on 2022-09-15 07:07 (UTC)

Sorry but there is no option to remove the request.

pkasemir commented on 2022-09-15 07:00 (UTC)

@j1simon, if that is the case, can you remove the delete request for this package?

j1simon commented on 2022-09-15 06:35 (UTC)

Sorry, it was my mistake.

pkasemir commented on 2022-09-14 15:51 (UTC)

@j1simon I don't know how you consider this package obsolete. It provides a much more interactive approach than what the default fish handler does. If using the default handler all you get is a list of packages. With find-the-command you can view info about the package(s) and also install it. find-the-command also helps keep your pkgfile db files up-to-date.

pkasemir commented on 2022-09-14 15:47 (UTC)

@j1simon, can you please expand on "it doesn't work"? It works great for me, with pkgfile and pacman and for bash/zsh/fish

pkasemir commented on 2022-09-04 20:38 (UTC)

@j1simon I've just taken over the package. zsh should be working and up to date now. Please let me know if there are issues with it.

lexter commented on 2022-09-04 20:33 (UTC)

Oh I see it's forked already, cool cool. :)

lexter commented on 2022-09-04 20:32 (UTC)

Sorry for not maintaining the package, I'm rarely using Linux nowadays, also I don't like the way it's written, so really not interested in maintaining it, nor do I have time to test the PRs. Feel free to fork it if you're interested in merging all the stuff from Github.