what is your favorite cd tool (z, z.lua, autojump, zoxide ....) ?

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  • zsh-z

    Jump quickly to directories that you have visited "frecently." A native Zsh port of z.sh with added features.

    agkozak's zsh-z for jumping

  • zsh4humans

    A turnkey configuration for Zsh

    alt+left/right/up for back, forward and up, copied from romkatv's zsh4humans

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  • bashmarks

    Directory bookmarks for the shell

    I have been using bashmarks for years. It has s(ave), g(o), l(ist), d(elete) commands to switch between folders. https://github.com/huyng/bashmarks

  • shrc

    My bashrc/shrc that supports bash, zsh, busybox ash and even Dash. ( has: OS and shell detection )

    I wrote my own sh function aliased to cd.. and CD https://github.com/denisde4ev/shrc/blob/master/_loadable/_cd__.sh

  • zfm

    Zsh Fuzzy Marks

  • smartcd

    SmartCd - A Mnemonist cd Command with Autoexec Feature (by lfromanini)


  • rpg-cli

    Your filesystem as a dungeon!

    If you're going to navigate your file-system with cd, you might as well have fun, so I'll recommend rpgcli which turns your directory-tree into a dungeon, and as you cd around (using its alias/function), you battle monsters, earn loot, and progress towards beating all the achievements. ☺

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  • ranger

    A VIM-inspired filemanager for the console

    ranger and tmux split-window -c '#{pane_current_path}' 😎

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