bombay groups (stacks) the files in your working directory by
filetype, and sends them to their appropriate
gem install bombay
Imagine you had this mess in your
~/Downloads $ ls -al . .. badger-sock.pdf parallel-muffin.png virtual-monkey.webp student-steak.svg kind-vulture.epub funny-dialect.mp4 summer-dance.gif
bombay to clean it up:
~/Downloads $ bombay ~/Downloads $ ls ~/Pictures parallel-muffin.png student-steak.svg virtual-monkey.webp ~/Downloads $ ls ~/Documents badger-sock.pdf kind-vulture.epub ~/Downloads $ ls ~/Videos summer-dance.gif funny-dialect.mp4
bombay was initially built for Linux with support for XDG user
directories, but has been extended to support macOS, although that remains to
be tested. The program will not run on any other platforms.
This software is licensed under the MIT license.