autosuggest change directory
npm -g install jump jump >> ~/.bash_profile # or ~/.zshrc source ~/.bash_profile
jump is aliased to
Type a few letters,
jump autosuggests 5 results, move with arrows, return to select.
jump also supports a few options:
jump [options] Options: -h, --help output usage information -v, --version output the version number -n --number <n> number of suggestions -a --auto automatically change directory if only one suggestion
jump uses spotlight (
mdfind) behind the scenes, probably won't work on anything but osx.
A service is included so that it is possible to bind a keyboard shortcut to starting jump (e.g.
Sort by usage would be nice.
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