CDargs Brings Bookmarks to the Linux Command Line
Jul 26, 2010, 23:37 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier)
"Reducing keystrokes isn't the only path to productivity, but it
certainly helps. If you find yourself visiting the same directories
on your system (or systems) every day, save yourself some time and
bookmark your most frequently used directories with CDargs.
"Even with tab completion, moving around the filesystem at the
command line can get tedious. For instance, I use Dropbox to store
all my work files, and organize my files by client or project. So,
for example, I keep my Linux.com stories under
Dropbox/Documents/Stories/Linux.com and my invoices under
Dropbox/Documents/Invoices. I could type cd
~/Dropbox/Documents/Stories/Linux.com every time, or create a
symlink or alias that would be shorter, or just install cdargs and
make life easier."