Command-line history logging utilities
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commandlog

A small set of tools for logging and annotating command-line history in a Linux or Unixlike environment. Requires Perl, sqlite, and zsh. (It probably won’t take much to add to Bash, but I haven’t tried yet.)

So far, this is about an hour’s worth of messing around one evening. It doesn’t do much. Here’s what I know works:

# assuming Debian/Ubuntu and sqlite not already installed:
sudo apt-get install sqlite3

git clone git@github.com:brennen/commandlog
cd commandlog
perl Build.PL
sudo ./Build installdeps
sudo ./Build install

Next, put the following in your .zshrc:

function preexec {
  commandlog add "$@"
}

Or, if using Oh-My-Zsh:

autoload -U add-zsh-hook
function commandlog_preexec {
  commandlog add "$@"
}
add-zsh-hook preexec commandlog_preexec

Now, with any luck, you can use:

commandlog log

And you should get output something like the following:

2018-03-23 05:29:22 v lib/App/CommandLog.pm
2018-03-23 05:29:09 vim Build.PL
2018-03-23 05:29:04 ll
2018-03-23 05:28:54 fg
2018-03-23 05:28:52 c log
2018-03-23 05:28:43 sudo ./Build install
2018-03-23 05:28:40 ./Build install
2018-03-23 05:28:37 cd ..
2018-03-23 05:28:34 ll
2018-03-23 05:28:32 mv commandlog-log.pl commandlog-log

No promises though. If anybody tries this and has thoughts, please do let me know.