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Retain and recall long paths with rr utility

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 63.81.1.27] on October 19, 2007 09:45 PM
actually why dont you use bash yanking? it has a built in ring to memorize paths, or whatever else commands you don't feel like typing out over and over.
ctrl-w will delete the word previous to the cursor
ctrl-y pastes the last word in your yank-ring
alt-m will rotate the word it pastes until you hit the word you're looking for.

simple.

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