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#51 2010-02-21 15:29:48

lardon
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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

JezdziecBezNicka wrote:

This tool is amazing, sweet etc., I didn't even realize how miserable I was without it.

In fact, if I had known how inefficient cd-ing really was (which I couldn't have known, since I haven't had used j back then), I would do something drastic. Fortunately, this is not Terminator 3 and I'm not my own son sent to the past by my father to have a kid with my mother (or something like that), and the knowledge of inefficiency of cd came _after_ using j for the first time, I'm not angry at myself at all.

Anyway it is a must-have for any Archer! Why not include it in here?

Thanks a lot for your kind message! As autojump's main author, I must say I fully approve your proposal smile


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#52 2010-04-27 08:17:50

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

For those who like autojump, I just wanted to mention that I've added support for multiple patterns now, which means you can type for example

j 3 site

to match "/usr/lib/python3/site-packages" for example. It even works with bash completion!

I haven't made a formal release yet, so it's not yet in arch, but those who can't wait can pull from the git repo directly smile


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#53 2010-10-02 14:21:22

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

I still can't get the autocompletion to work in zsh... is anyone using it?

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#54 2010-10-03 18:59:41

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

Why don't you file a bug (an issue) on github? I'll try to help you out. As far as I know, quite a few people use autojump with zsh without serious problems.


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#55 2010-10-08 09:35:35

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

I've just released a new version, which fixes quite a few bugs. Get it while it's hot!!

(or wait for the pacman upgrade :-))


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#56 2011-02-05 22:33:09

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

Everyone who's still using Autojump may want to tru z-jump available right at your nearest AUR smile


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#57 2011-02-05 22:43:10

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

msx wrote:

Everyone who's still using Autojump may want to tru z-jump available right at your nearest AUR smile

Why 'still' using? Autojump is not obsolete you know...


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#58 2011-02-06 06:40:54

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

lardon wrote:
msx wrote:

Everyone who's still using Autojump may want to tru z-jump available right at your nearest AUR smile

Why 'still' using? Autojump is not obsolete you know...

Why change? Autojump does exactly what I want. big_smile

@msx:
If you ever want to advertize, at least tell us what the main differences are, why we should care.
And please don't hijack threads.


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#59 2011-02-06 08:53:28

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

This. Is. Great.


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#60 2011-02-06 22:04:51

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

If you ever want to advertize, at least tell us what the main differences are, why we should care.
And please don't hijack threads.

Wou-Wouu, take it easy!
I apologize for lack of information so here it goes: Z-Jump [0] is the continuation of J and J2, both works derived from Autojump (by Joel Schaerer aka joelthelion).
The reason why I'm posting about it is to help somebody else stranded like me with a *broken* Autojump. After installing a shiny new Arch few days ago I can't make Autojump work - which it's rather strange since it was working fine before.
After heading to author's GIT and checking the notice about 'broken' package in Arch I tried downloading latest Autojump but it won't work too.
Then searching the AUR I found about this clone that do the same thing and works smooth.

So no advertising here neither hijacking, just the will to help fellow archers: please, take it easy man, life's still beautiful :D
Cheers

[0] http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=44613 (link to author's site provided here)


*UPDATE*
User Caminoix pointed to this thread where seems to be a work-around:
https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=110270

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#61 2011-02-06 22:19:40

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

lardon wrote:
msx wrote:

Everyone who's still using Autojump may want to tru z-jump available right at your nearest AUR :)

Why 'still' using? Autojump is not obsolete you know...


Yeah, my bad! Everything''s explained above, sorry, I too love Autojump!


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#62 2011-02-07 07:29:31

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

No problem, I didn't want to sound aggressive either. Just wanted to point out that it's not autojump that was broken, but arch smile Anyways, the bug has been marked as fixed; I'm not sure if the fix has been released through the mirrors yet, but it should be a matter of days now.


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#63 2012-05-02 13:53:48

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

Hi,

I recently installed the autojump package on ubuntu 11.10 but it doesn't seem to work even after doing 'source /etc/profile ~/.bashrc' sad

Anyone able to help please?

Edit: nvm I had to source autojump.sh in my .bashrc smile

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#64 2012-11-23 00:04:17

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

Latest version of autojump doesn’t work here (with zsh). I think it may be due to:

autojump /usr/etc/profile.d/
autojump /usr/etc/profile.d/autojump.bash
autojump /usr/etc/profile.d/autojump.sh

Shouldn’t this be /etc/profile.d/?

autojump 21.0.3-1
zsh 5.0.0-3

Edit: autojump.zsh is also missing. Downgrading to autojump-20-2 makes it work again.

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#65 2012-11-23 00:11:44

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

There is a bug report about this latest version.


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#66 2012-11-23 14:44:45

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

lardon and I are the devs for autojump.

Not sure how active Jaroslav Lichtblau (Dragonlord) is with updating the package. Using autojump-git package or source version is encouraged

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#67 2012-11-23 14:56:19

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

@AncientPC - Just build autojump-git but it fails to work at all (using zsh):

% j
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 461, in <module>
    if not shell_utility(): sys.exit(1)
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 399, in shell_utility
    db = Database(DB_FILE)
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 79, in __init__
    self.load()
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 117, in load
    if sys.version > (2, 6):
TypeError: unorderable types: str() > tuple()
autojump: directory '' not found
Try `autojump --help` for more information.

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#68 2012-11-23 16:58:40

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Re: Autojump - the cd command that learns -, now has smart autocompletion!

graysky wrote:

@AncientPC - Just build autojump-git but it fails to work at all (using zsh):

% j
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 461, in <module>
    if not shell_utility(): sys.exit(1)
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 399, in shell_utility
    db = Database(DB_FILE)
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 79, in __init__
    self.load()
  File "/usr/bin/autojump", line 117, in load
    if sys.version > (2, 6):
TypeError: unorderable types: str() > tuple()
autojump: directory '' not found
Try `autojump --help` for more information.

Fixed.

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