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Users usually work on a limited set of subdirectories. Providing a fast
method of switching between a number of intensively used directories is
a good idea and
gitfm has a set of builtin commands for doing it.
Usually new directories are added to the directory history when the
‘change-directory’ built-in command is used.
gitfm also adds
the current directory to the history list when started, when the
directory history is reset and when a command having a non empty
‘new-dir’ field successfully completes its execution.
See section The new-dir field, for more information.
Go to the next directory in the history (‘next-directory’).
Go to the previous directory in the history (‘previous-directory’).
Reset the entire directory history. As explained above, the current directory becomes the only directory in the history (‘reset-directory-history’).
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