AutoJump an Advanced "cd" Replacement for Linux
Navigating a large filesystem from the command line can become time consuming and confusing. A new project looks to address this by replacing the tradition change directory cd command with autojump.
AutoJump is already available for APT, YUM and DFN based system repositories.
Key features include:
- Free and open source application and distributed under GPL V3
- A self learning utility that learns from user’s navigation habit.
- Faster navigation. No need to include sub-directories name.
- Available in repository to be downloaded for most of the standard Linux distributions including Debian (testing/unstable), Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, Gentoo, Slackware, CentOS, RedHat and Fedora.
- Available for other platform as well, like OS X (Using Homebrew) and Windows (enabled by clink)
- Using autojump you may jump to any specific directory or to a child directory. Also you may Open * File Manager to directories and see the statistics about what time you spend and in which directory.