[LINUX] What I always add to my ~ / .bashrc

There are more, but I always write this for the time being. History is personally super important.

export HISTSIZE=50000 

export LANG=ja_JP.UTF-8 

alias ggg='cat ~/.bashrc | grep git' 

alias la='ls -la' 
alias lt='ls -lt' 

alias gcd='cd /var/www/html && pwd' 
alias gcommit='git commit -am' 
alias gfetch='git fetch' 
alias gpull='git pull' 
alias gpush='git push -u origin master' 

alias gone='git log --oneline' 
alias glog='git log' 
alias gstat='git status'

set -o vi

I'm sorry I didn't write much. .. I don't think I can get along with emacs people. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

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