very very slick, thanks Daniel!
On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 9:14 PM, Daniel Condomitti firstname.lastname@example.org:
I use bashmarks1 with a predefined bookmarks file and set action
:create_if_missing in the recipe. This way I have the same things available
on every box (all of my coworkers use the same base) and then you can add
to them if necessary without your changes being blown away. I drop it in
/etc/profile.d/ so it’s available to all users but leave the bookmarks file
in their home directories so we don’t share custom bookmarks.
Some of our developers use autojump2 but that requires navigating the
file system for it to recognize directories.
On Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 6:10 PM, S Ahmed wrote:
I was just thinking, I always seem to have to lookup all the folders for
my log files, config directories etc. for all my services, and when it has
been a while then it gets even harder for me to remember.
How can I create aliases for all my service directories so that it is
available when I ssh into the box (in a unobtrusive way).
I guess I just create a file with the aliases, then modify my
.bash_profile by appending my aliases file to it…