Apparix combines the properties of the utility cdargs and the CDPATH shell mechanism for fast navigation through the file system Apparix combines the properties of the utility and cdargs the CDPATH shell mechanism for fast navigation through the file system. Apparix is particularly useful to explore and establish both frequently and rarely used locations. Apparix allows you to attach notes to locations and jump to those locations by loading the mark. marking, plagiarism and jumping are simple operations that are executed in the current shell. By setting up convenient aliases for marking and skip the file system can be moved in a fast and intuitive. This section contains some examples of the most common uses of apparix. Options contains a list of additional options available for pruning and bookmarks crush. NOTES provides a brief discussion on the benefits of apparix compared to other approaches such as the creation of aliases for frequently visited directories using symbolic links, CDPATH, or a combination thereof. HISTORY explains the difference between cdargs and apparix. Apparix operates in a manner very similar to cdargs. apparix It generally refers to using pre-defined aliases. There they will be called to bookmark BM, CPPATH portal for a bookmark-style and the opening of an Apparition (aka break). These aliases are found below in the section files and can also be obtained by issuing apparix - Shell Factory examplesApparix by aliases for two reasons, necessity and convenience. At bookmarking, it is convenient to be able to do so with just a few keystrokes. When jumping, apparix can not change the current directory in the current shell. He writes the result into a destination file results $ HOME /. Apparixresult - necessity. An alias or function name with a conveniently short as to realize the desired change directory. Suppose your username is EEZ and your home directory is / home / EEZ. You often visit a directory called / home / EEZ / cvs / xyz / TFA / FAQ / / damn bar / foo. Here's how to create and use a bookmark for foo / home / EEZ / cvs / xyz / TFA / FAQ / zut / bar / foo> bm fooadded: foo -> / home / EEZ / cvs / xyz / TFA / FAQ / zut / bar / foo / home / cvs EEZ / / xyz / TFA / FAQ / zut / bar / foo> / home cd / EEZ> for foo / home / EEZ / cvs / xyz / TFA / FAQ / zut / bar / foo> Another scenario is where you have a directory that contains a fairly large number of subdirectories that you would like a bookmark. If sub-directories have distinctive names that can be achieved at once by marking the parent directory as a portal. This is like adding the parent directory for the environment variable CDPATH, except as bookmarks apparix are not part of the namespace cd. It is argued in observing that this is a good thing.
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