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comment How can I cd to the previous/next sibling directory?
Very nice. I'm keeping jw013's answer as the accepted one, because my question and use case were ‘I want to move to the next sibling, and I don’t care what it's called’; but this is useful, too, and nifty, so do have an upvote.
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Add an 'executive summary' with all the code together at the top.
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Minor alteration so the script works under zsh, too.
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comment How can I cd to the previous/next sibling directory?
I use zsh, actually, but if you change the first test in the next function's for-loop to [[ -n $foundcwd ]] then your answer works under bash and zsh equally well. Very nice, and thank you for writing this up.
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