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I'm running a Mac and use iTerm with ZSH as my shell.

Currently I can command-click (⌘+click) on links or directories in my iTerm window, and that directory or web link will open.

Is there a way (plugin, config tweak, etc) to make it so I can do a git log, and then command-click on a git commit ID, and be taken directly to that commit on Github? This would make my life much easier. :)

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Sadly, no(t practically). There's no way to know if a given hash is even a Git commit ID, and if it is, whether it's on GitHub, a local git repo, or any of the hozillion other git repository hosting sites out there.

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