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Working Directory

Working Directory (wd) lets you store a handful of commonly used directories in short, easy-to-type slots. It is intended for terminal users who deal with deep or scattered directory structures.


Recent releases

  •  11 Jun 2010 13:09

    Release Notes: Working Directory is now hosted on github. Improvements were made for zsh compatibility, and the documentation was brought up-to-date.

    •  08 Jun 2004 14:17

      Release Notes: This release fixes some spaces-in-directory-name bugs, as well as adding a bash completion feature for wdscheme.

      •  24 Feb 2004 22:48

        Release Notes: Whitespace in directory names is no longer broken, and using WDSCHEME environment variables should work now.

        •  04 Dec 2003 03:42

          Release Notes: A bug with using wds with an argument was fixed. A man page was added. should now work on more systems (such as Solaris).

          •  19 Nov 2003 19:11

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with using the clear function, and features better handling of strange scheme files.

            Recent comments

            24 Feb 2004 23:34 nedric

            Re: sourceforge

            > You should make a sourceforge project
            > page for this.


            21 Jan 2004 14:14 bereza

            You should make a sourceforge project page for this.


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