Quickly change directory on the console
npm install node-quickly
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|Version||0.1.4 last updated 8 months ago|
|Keywords||cd, console, terminal|
|Dependencies||nomnom, configstore, colors, omelette|
A port of my quickly command line utility to NodeJS. It was previously written in Python.
Quickly allows you to change directory (
cd) without typing the whole path of that directory. Instead, you just type the key which has been mapped to a directory.
Currently only supports bash.
To map a path to a key:
$ q -a node /path/to/my/node/projects
Now, to go to
$ q node
To edit the path:
$ q -e node /path/to/a/different/node/
To remove a key:
$ q -r node
To list all of keys that have been recorded so far:
$ q -l
Auto Completion Feature
This feature is still in development. Currently, I'm using omelette to implement this feature. However, I'm having trouble writing the results from omelette to the bash function.
$ npm install -g node-quickly
After that please follow the instruction printed on your console. I haven't been able to figure out a simple way for that last step.
To run the test, you need to have testem and mocha installed.
$ npm install -g testem
$ npm install -g mocha
And then just run testem from the projet root directory.
- Code Completion
- Better command options
(c) 2013 Akbar Hidayat. MIT License