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issue commentrupa/z

Not working at all! Help!

Homebrew downloads the file for you, but you still need to add . /usr/local/etc/profile.d/z.sh to your .zshrc

PiXeL-AtOr

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issue closedrupa/z

Maybe ignore `temp` folders in rank by default?

I need to work with temporary folders all my day, and i recently used z to better performance, but ...

All of my folders created with mktemp -d it's in rank, but when i reboot my computer, this folder is inexistent and when i press z automatically the search send me to that folder (inexistent) and linux throw an error of cd saying that directory not exists anymore ...

I fix all day using z -c but i lost the rank of my another folders and i like to do this likely smart, so creating a config file with a regex of name folders to ignore, or something like that.

Thank for reading this issue, and sorry for my bad english!

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geovanipfranca

issue commentrupa/z

Not working at all! Help!

Ah I didn't see that you installed it via homebrew. I've always installed it by cloning it and then specifying it in my .zshrc file. Try that it might help.

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issue commentrupa/z

Not working at all! Help!

What is your .zshrc file look like?

Its typically in the following path:

~/.zshrc

If it doesn't have

source ./path/to/z/z.sh in it then the command will not be loaded into your shell.

PiXeL-AtOr

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issue commentrupa/z

Go directly to exact match instead of subdirectory

The Readme even says the following, which I would assume means that it should match the shortest /home/user/Downloads/ in your example.

   Common:
       When multiple directories match all queries, and they all have a common
       prefix, z will cd to the shortest matching directory, without regard to
       priority.  This has been in effect, if  undocumented,  for  quite  some
       time, but should probably be configurable or reconsidered.
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issue commentrupa/z

Maybe ignore `temp` folders in rank or verify in `z` if directory exists?

Sorry about that issue, i read better the README and see in file that exists $_Z_EXCLUDE_DIRS to exclude dirs from indexing, so i will keep open to, really need to store temp folders by default?

geovanipfranca

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issue openedrupa/z

Maybe ignore `temp` folders in rank or verify in `z` if directory exists?

I need to work with temporary folders all my day, and i recently used z to better performance, but ...

All of my folders created with mktemp -d it's in rank, but when i reboot my computer, this folder is inexistent and when i press z automatically the search send me to that folder (inexistent) and linux throw an error of cd saying that directory not exists anymore ...

I fix all day using z -c but i lost the rank of my another folders and i like to do this likely smart, so using an arg --ignore send a regex of name folders, or something like that.

Thank for reading this issue, and sorry for my bad english!

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issue openedrupa/z

Not working at all! Help!

I installed it via Homebrew on an M1 machine. When I type " z folderiwanttogetto " it just says "zsh: command not found: z" Am I doing something wrong? Help!

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issue commentrupa/z

Go directly to exact match instead of subdirectory

I guess I have the same issue:

/git/tepe $ cd ../tep /git/tep $ cd ../tepe /git/tepe $ z tep /git/tepe $

Isn't this the whole point of the program?

madprops

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issue commentrupa/z

Go directly to exact match instead of subdirectory

🔥 Very useful improvement on directory matching logic. I have the same problem and it's better a flag indicates if users need to match the exact directory if matched in the ranked list.

madprops

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issue commentrupa/z

Go directly to exact match instead of subdirectory

Yes, that would be helpful

madprops

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issue commentrupa/z

No builtin cd ??

I have this in my bashrc so I can use z with pushd, but without pushing everything into my dir stack.

function pushz() {
  pushd $(z -e $@)
}
skywind3000

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issue openedrupa/z

Go directly to exact match instead of subdirectory

I find the following to not work as I would expect:

z pics1 /home/user/Downloads/pics/pics1

z Downloads /home/user/Downloads/pics/pics1

In the second command I intended to go to the Downloads directory. I personally think it should have gone to Downloads since it's specifically using that name directly, instead of going to a subdirectory.

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issue commentrupa/z

Nothing being written to ~/.z

PROMPT_COMMAND="myfunction;$PROMPT_COMMAND"

sangaline

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pull request commentrupa/z

Fix no such file or directory error

Happened with a fresh install on macOS with me too

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