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Project Summary

autojump is a "cd" command that learns from your usage of the command line, allowing you to jump from one part of your filesystem to another with just a few keystrokes.

As it's fully automated it doesn't require you to set aliases manually, and adapts automatically as your usage changes.

autojump is a very dangerous tool to try, as you will become hooked very quickly ;-)

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30 Day Summary

Jun 9 2020 — Jul 9 2020

12 Month Summary

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