I’m a huge fan of autojump. It allows me to quickly navigate my filesystem in ways without having to type out every folder.
There is however one task that I frequently that I wanted to make more efficient: create a new folder and then jump into said folder.
Normally, this would simply be:
$ mkdir foo $ cd foo
This feels somewhat inefficient, so I wrote a little tool to help with this called
$ ccd foo
The tool is very simple, but saves me a number of keystrokes every day. There are two pieces to the tool: one bash script and one entry in
#!/bin/bash ARG="$1" if [ ! -d "$ARG" ]; then echo "Creating $ARG." mkdir -p "$(pwd)/$ARG" else echo "$ARG already exists." fi cd "$(pwd)/$1"
Once you have installed the script, just set the right permission with
chmod +x ~/bin/ccd.sh
Lastly, you will need to add the following entry to your
alias ccd="source ~/bin/ccd.sh"
Finally, either reload your shell, or run