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Re: Has zsh a way of jumping to a directory as Quicksilver does in OS X?

On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 3:54 AM, Leonardo Barbosa
<leonardo.barbosa@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I was wondering whether is a command that makes you jump to directory
> by passing as argument part of the path of this directory. For
> example, as QuickSilver does in OS X or launchy does in Windows
> systems. They index your whole path and stores information based on
> you recently use to display suggestions.

Zsh is already so capable at cd-/pushd-ing around. I worked on an
overview of this a while back and was going to post/record it someday,
somewhere, so I'll stick into a gist  for now.
https://gist.github.com/MicahElliott/6427072 (the frecency stuff would
be cool but maybe overkill if workflow/locations are well enough

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