-t flag selects the least, instead of most, recent matching entry #68

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dunpealer opened this Issue Sep 6, 2012 · 2 comments

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This is with latest z.sh as of this writing (b2d48e0). Reproduction:

$ rm ~/.z
$ cd foobar
$ cd ../fooqux
$ z -t
common:    /tmp
15         /tmp
9          /tmp/foobar
1          /tmp/fooqux
$ z -t foo
$ pwd
/tmp/foobar
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rupa commented Sep 6, 2012

Yep, you're right, I'll get this fixed shortly.

@rupa rupa added a commit that closed this issue Sep 6, 2012
@rupa ZSH USERS NOTE BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY WARNING!
Fix -t flag selecting the least, rather than most, recent matching
entry. Closes #68.
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@rupa rupa closed this in dfd4308 Sep 6, 2012

Fix confirmed. Man, that was fast!

z.sh is awesome, one of my top 3 all time favorite productivity tools. Keep up the good work!

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