Don’t follow me…

…I’m just following a meme.

$ history | awk {'print $2'} | sort | uniq -c | sort -k1 -rn | head
  69 svn
  56 cd
  52 ls
  49 make
  26 perl
  19 vi
  15 tack
  15 cpan
  11 sudo
  11 prove

And actually, I’d have to merge the histories from eight different Terminal.app windows to get a full picture…

7 Responses to “Don’t follow me…”

  1. piers Says:

    157 ssh
    81 vpnc-connect
    40 sudo
    27 cd
    22 pwd
    22 ls
    13 ./macro_by_type_rpt2rtf.pl
    10 more
    8 qsopcast
    7 vi

    so i ran my text to RTF perl script 13 time before it worked, forgot where i was 22 times, logged on to other machines A LOT and watched 8 cricket matches from around the world on sopcast.

    just another day at the office

  2. Nick Says:

    105 ls
    105 cd
    95 svn
    26 rm
    24 ./set_osmc.bsh
    20 mv
    19 du
    8 pwd
    8 cat
    7 ./compare_headers.bsh

  3. Nick Says:

    This works on MS-DOS, providing you have cygwin installed

    doskey /history | awk "{print $1"} | sort | uniq -c | sort -rn -k1

  4. samuri Says:

    I’m afraid mine’s terrible boring. but then most of what I do on this box is editing files and jumping onto other boxes.

    182 ls
    133 vi
    129 cd
    91 ssh
    84 exit
    61 tail
    52 telnet
    43 configs
    30 unalias
    30 ./ecs-filter.pl

  5. Memetastic! « technology and stuff Says:

    [...] Memetastic! These are the commands I’m running. Great idea! [...]

  6. Andy Says:

    tack is my (badly named) wrapper for ack which turns the results into a list of links I can click on to jump to the location in TextMate :)

    I didn’t know about the real tack when I named it.

  7. ivantis Says:

    115 sudo
    94 ls
    38 cd
    20 jarsigner
    20 cp
    18 man
    17 grep
    15 gedit
    15 ant
    12 rm

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