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markjump

Powershell implementation of Mark & Jump

Inspired by the work of Jeroen Janssens

Four functions: Mark, Jump, Unmark and Marks.

With mark you specify a friendly name for the current location. Then with Jump {name} you go back to it. Use marks to list all the names and locations you've marked. And with unmark {name} you can remove one from the list.

It includes aliases m for mark, j for jump, and um for unmark.

You might want to comment those out if they collide with other aliases you use.

commands

mark [name]

alias: m

usage:

mark [name]

mark a location with a name, allowing you to get back there easily.

jump [name]

alias: j

usage:

jump [name]

set-location to the location that was previously marked with that name.

marks

usage:

marks

list all of the marks that have been set

unmark [name]

alias: um

usage:

unmark [name]

remove a mark from the list of marks

install

  1. Download markjump.ps1
  2. Add this to your $profile: ". .\markjump.ps1"