--choose subcommand makes
just invoke a chooser to select which recipes to run. Choosers should read lines containing recipe names from standard input and print one or more of those names separated by spaces to standard output.
Because there is currently no way to run a recipe that requires arguments with
--choose, such recipes will not be given to the chooser. Private recipes and aliases are also skipped.
The chooser can be overridden with the
--chooser flag. If
--chooser is not given, then
just first checks if
$JUST_CHOOSER is set. If it isn’t, then the chooser defaults to
fzf, a popular fuzzy finder.
Arguments can be included in the chooser, i.e.
The chooser is invoked in the same way as recipe lines. For example, if the chooser is
fzf, it will be invoked with
sh -cu 'fzf', and if the shell, or the shell arguments are overridden, the chooser invocation will respect those overrides.
If you’d like
just to default to selecting recipes with a chooser, you can use this as your default recipe:
default: @just --choose