Title says it all. About 5 times a day, I type "vi" when I meant "cd", and end up opening a directory in vi. It's making me NUTS. It seems like there should be a way to detect when I type in "vi + ...
We have so many useful folders, which are in different path, for our working in Linux. For example : $ cd ~/Documents/Courses/EDX/physics2013/ $ cd ~/Documents/Company/OpenGL/Proj/... $ cd ...
I know IDEs are the wave of the future, but I always find myself coding in vim in a Linux terminal. Old dog. New tricks. Anyway, navigation becomes challenging when dealing with long package names. ...
So at my position we use a shared set of aliases to do builds. Something like... alias 'build'='cd $BUILD_ROOT; m; cp ...; cp...; deploy; deploy; deploy; cd -' This is super irritating because the ...
I have .bash_aliases with: alias c1='cd /home/me/code/php' alias c2='cd /home/me/code/jquery' alias c3='cd /home/me/code/ruby' alias c4='cd /home/me/code/c' How can I DRY this up and loosen the ...
I want to add another alias to my "aliases" file for the directory I'm currently in (Present Working Directory) I've tried printf "alias aaa=cd " + pwd >> myfile It's close, but I end up ...
I would like to frequently switch between directories that are in totally unrelated paths, for example /Project/Warnest/docs/ and ~/Dropbox/Projects/ds/test/. But I don't want to type cd ...
Is it possible to make bash change directory in command line simply by typing that directory without any commands like cd? For example is it possible instead of writing this: $ cd /tmp I just want ...