Using bash, I save my history with the timestamp.
How do print the history omitting the timestamp?
alias h=history alias g=grep -i
To find lines that I used for heroku, I type:
> h | g heroku
I'd like to unique the results without the time-stamp, naturally.
This question is somewhat related: How to avoid duplicate entries in .bash_history
However, sometimes I want to see the duplicate in the history to see the context under which a command was run.