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semi clone of autojump (http://github.com/joelthelion/autojump) in shell/awk
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** NOTE ** If you like this project, check out http://github.com/rupa/z a complete rethink that the author is now using. If you are a python person and interested in experimenting with stuff, http://github.com/rupa/j2 is similar to z, uses python to make experimentation somewhat easier (for me at least), but is not really maintained or indented for everyday use. ********** maintains a jump-list of the directories you actually use old directories eventually fall off the list inspired by Joel Schaerer's http://wiki.github.com/joelthelion/autojump and something similar i had - but i could never get the dir list right. INSTALL: source into .bashrc under your '[-z "$PS1" ] || return' line cd around for a while USE: j [--h[elp]] [--l] [--r] [--s] [regex1 ... regexn] with no args, returns full list (same as j --l) regex1 ... regexn jump to the the weighted directory matching all masks --l show the list instead of jumping --r order by recently used instead of most used. --s shortest matching path TIPS: Some handy aliases: alias jl='j --l' alias jr='j --r' alias js='j --s' CREDITS: Joel Schaerer aka joelthelion for autojump Daniel Drucker aka dmd for finding bugs and making me late for lunch