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CDargs heavily enhances the navigation of the common unix file-system inside the shell
CDargs heavily enhances the navigation of the common unix file-system inside the shell. cdargs plugs into the shell built-in cd-command (via a shell function or an alias) and thus adds bookmarks and a browser to it.
It enables you to move to a very distant place in the file-system with just a few keystrokes. This is the kind of thing that power shell users invent when even the almighty and wonderful TAB-completion is too much typing. (Just as a side-note: there exists TAB-completion for cdargs.
This little piece of software was inspired by an article Michael Schilli wrote for the German iX-Magazine. There he showed a script which let you choose from a list of alternatives were to cd to, e.g. in your xterm. In the forum connected to this article some others enhanced this script even more.
What's New in This Release:
This release contains a small bugfix for the completion of sub-subdirectories.
Version 1.35 was released shortly after version 1.34, which had not been announced.
Version 1.34 added completion on subdirectories for bash and fixed a small bug which occurred when reading the bookmarks file.
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