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I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

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Execute bash scripts on entering a directory

I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

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Execute bash scripts on entering a directory

I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

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Possible Duplicate:
Execute bash scripts on entering a directory

I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

Possible Duplicate:
Execute bash scripts on entering a directory

I am running an environment which requires some very specific tool versions. The commands to set up the environment are in a script called set_foo_env.sh

Suppose I have a directory ~/repository/foo/. Is is possible to run set_foo_env.sh as soon as I enter the foo directory?

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