z.lua is a new tool that helps navigate your filesystem faster from the command line, tracking your most used directories based on "frecency" (how recently and how frequently a directory was accessed). While there are other similar tool out there, the developer claims z.lua is a lot faster. For example, z.lua is supposed to be 10 times faster than fasd and autojump, and 3 times faster than z.sh.
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