Finder Toolbar app to open the current directory in the Terminal (or iTerm, X11)
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Finder Toolbar app to open the current directory in the Terminal (or iTerm, Hyper, X11)

  • It's written in objective-c, and uses the scripting bridge so it's fast.
  • It's also shell agnostic. Works equally well when your shell is bash or fish or tcsh.

Usage

Download Latest cdto.zip

To install cd_to.app copy it from the appropriate sub-folder (iterm/hyper/x11_xterm/unsigned per your choice) to your Applications folder, and then from the applications folder drag it into the Finder toolbar (10.9 Mavericks requires ⌘ + ⌥, 10.12 Sierra requires ⌘)

To use, just click on the new button and instanly opens a new terminal window.

Author

Created by Jay Tuley.

Fork maintained by Evgeny Aleksandrov (@ealeksandrov).

License

cd to is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE.md file for more info.