📦 Just released: 🌙 Charm 0.8.5, which contains improvements to SSH key operations and subtle UX enhancements.
Check your fave package manager for updates or get a binary from the releases page. Don’t forget that 🌙 Charm’s available as a library, too.
📦 Just shipped: Glow 1.2.1. Filtering just went from 🚴♂️ to 🚀!
Now you can filter through thousands of markdown files being loaded on the fly! Grab the update for some major performance optimizations and extra smooth UI improvements.
📦 Just released: 🌟 Glow 1.2, which features fuzzy filtering. Just press / to find your fave markdowns.
Get the update from your favorite package manager, or download a binary from the releases page:
📦 Just released: 🍡 Bubbles v0.7.5, which contains timing improvements to spinners as well as some additional design choices.
For details, see the release notes:
📦 Just released: Bubbles v0.7.2
This version contains a number of detail-oriented fixes and improvements to Textinput, Viewport, and Paginator.
Just `go get -u` to get these improvements ✌️
For the full changelog see:
Out now: Glow 1.1.0 🎊
🌟 Config File
Find yourself entering the same flags over and over? Not anymore: glow now supports a config file! See “glow help config”.
🌟 Local-Only Mode
You can now use glow without the network if you fancy. See “glow help”.
Hi!! We just launched Glow 1.0, a big update to our CLI markdown reader:
👀 Find all markdown in a project
🌈 Integrated high-performance pager
🐿 Stash your docs in Mr. Charm Cloud to read anywhere
🗝 Stashed stuff is private and encrypted
Do you love musl, runit and alternative package managers? If you answered yes to these questions you’re probably on Void Linux, in which case you can now install Glow with xbps!
xbps-install -S glow
CLI tools unite! The next version of `nnn` integrates `glow` for smooth markdown rendering out of the box:
Oh, also, Glow 0.2 is out. Among other small improvements, you can now output to a pager via `-p`. 🎊
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