Let's say I have a cloud sync directory
$CLOUD_DIR with sub-directories which I want to keep sorted by interest. In order to do that I use lexicographical order and use number to prefix the sub-directories. So the output of
ls $CLOUD_DIR is:
1_My_very_important_work 2_Topic_of_great_interest 3_SF_novel_to_write
You can see it is not convenient if I want to insert a new sub-dir between existing ones.
Is there a proper way to do that?
1) Maybe there is some tool which can sort
ls output by usage frequency? In the way
fasd works (link)?
2) If a tool like that exists it will not really help as I open files mostly from emacs and I am not sure that it can keep track of usage by another software.