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d04d057 Sep 6, 2016
@hut @jbyler @arshiamufti
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# Compatible with ranger 1.4.2 through 1.7.*
#
# Automatically change the directory in bash after closing ranger
#
# This is a bash function for .bashrc to automatically change the directory to
# the last visited one after ranger quits.
# To undo the effect of this function, you can type "cd -" to return to the
# original directory.
#
# On OS X 10 or later, replace `usr/bin/ranger` with `/usr/local/bin/ranger`.
function ranger-cd {
tempfile="$(mktemp -t tmp.XXXXXX)"
/usr/bin/ranger --choosedir="$tempfile" "${@:-$(pwd)}"
test -f "$tempfile" &&
if [ "$(cat -- "$tempfile")" != "$(echo -n `pwd`)" ]; then
cd -- "$(cat "$tempfile")"
fi
rm -f -- "$tempfile"
}
# This binds Ctrl-O to ranger-cd:
bind '"\C-o":"ranger-cd\C-m"'