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xd can be used in combination with the standard tab-filename completion as offered by most shells. But as xd is very easy to use, one is quickly addicted to xd when changing to directories that are not close to the current working directory. Small changes required thereafter are in practice always performed using the facilities offered by the command shell.
When multiple expansions are available xd offers a list of alternatives from which the user may select an option by simply pressing an associated key. Directories that are never selected by the user may be ignored using directives in xd's configuration file.
=============================== XD by Frank B. Brokken <firstname.lastname@example.org> =============================== Thank you for retrieving XD! ---------------------------- The XD program is a smart directory changer. In ca more»
xd(1) xd - fast directory changes xd(1) NAME xd - eXtra fast Directory changer SYNOPSIS xd [OPTIONS] arguments DESCRIPTION The program xd is used to perform eXtra fast Directory changes. Usually to change a directory the user is required to enter a command like, e.g., cd /usr/local/bin, possibly with the aid of more»
xd (3.11.0-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream release (bugfix release: generalized search didn't recognize plain directories to ignore unless a trailing * was appended, which is now fixed). -- Frank B. Brokken <email@example.com> Wed, 12 May 2010 13:00:16 +0200 xd (3.10.2-1.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Switch to dpkg-source 1.0 format -- Frank B more»
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This package was debianized by Frank B. Brokken <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 28 Dec 2005 19:22:50 more»