tldr is an open-source command line tool distributed both via
pip3 that lets you easily look up common use cases for various commands.
Have you ever been in the position where you:
- Forgot how to use the
- Forgot how to open an
- Forgot how
- Forgot how to
…in the terminal?
Well, I have.
tldr lets you easily look up common uses cases for commands and subcommands. All the
tldr pages are open-source and community driven, and if a command you are trying to use
tldr for is not available, you can always add it yourself to help out both yourself and others.
To get your hands on
tldr, all you have to do is install it in one of the following ways:
npm install -g tldr
pip3 install tldr
After that, provided the package location is in your path, all you need to do is run
tldr git rebase for example.
Here's an example of what that might look like:
If you have further interest in this, please visit https://tldr.sh/