Goo - Stick Things together with The Goo
shell> goo -p Object.pm # show a [P]rofile of Object.pm
shell> goo -l Object.pm # show Back [L]inks to Object.pm
shell> goo -r Object.pm # [R]un Object.pm
shell> goo -i Object.pm # comp[I]le Object.pm
shell> goo -p access.log # show a [P]rofile of access.log
shell> goo -c Object.pm # [C]lone Object.pm into another Thing
shell> goo -o # the Care[O]Meter shows Things you care about while coding (e.g., tasks, bugs)
shell> goo -z # show Things in your working [Z]one or mental buffer
"The Goo" helps you stick "Things" together in your working environment.
The Goo records a "Trail" as you jump quickly from Thing to Thing in a simple, text-based console. It remembers how you associate Things in your environment.
Accelerate your work by quickly traversing the Trail of associations between Things.
Check and set up the environment.
Take a command line switch (e.g., -p) and map it to an action handler (e.g., [P]rofile) and perform the action on the Thing.
Nigel Hamilton <email@example.com>
Tour http://thegoo.org/goo-tour.pdf (big)