ah yeah, system administration documentation or how I like to call it "~/.bash_history"

@zzz @bram This is why I do things like:

$ do_the_thing() { do_stuff; do_other_stuff 1234; needs_the_args "$@"; do_final_stuff; }; do_the_thing some_arg other_arg

Who needs git for scripts when there is .bash_history, which allows for seamless modification and chronological versioning of the functions as you call them!

@bram indeed, that's my main resource for rsync commands!

pro tip:
for important commands, do
$ command # description and tags

that way you can find it more easily again

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