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Re: RFE: DIR_PUSHD
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- From: Dave Yost <Dave@xxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: RFE: DIR_PUSHD
- Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2010 19:16:19 -0700
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At 8:37 PM +0000 2010-07-29, Paul Ackersviller wrote:
>On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 12:25:23PM -0700, Dave Yost wrote:
>> AUTO_CD is nice, but I find it would usually be better if
>> "executing" a directory would instead pushd to that directory.
>> The obvious name for such an option would be AUTO_PUSHD, but that
>> name is already in use for something else.
>Perhaps I'm missing something, but does AUTO_PUSHD in conjunction with
>AUTO_CD not already do what you want? That's what I always set, and I'm
>a happy pushd-er.
If I set both AUTO_CD and AUTO_PUSHD, then
1. If I execute a dir, zsh will pushd to that dir, so far, so good.
2. If I say "cd /tmp", zsh will pushd to /tmp, not desired behavior
I want only #1
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