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Re: st: command for easily accessing a directory

From   Sylvain Friederich <>
Subject   Re: st: command for easily accessing a directory
Date   Mon, 13 Nov 2006 18:46:03 +0000 (GMT)

Nick Winter's cheeky (but lovely) -c- command can be
retrieved via:

. findit fastcd

--- Jun Xu <> wrote:

> I remember there is a 
> command/package that can give users easy access to a
> directory especially 
> when we need to change computers a lot. For example,
> if I have a data saved 
> under c:\data\ecls\....
> then I can just type "c ecls", then I will take that
> directory 
> (c:\data\ecls) as my working directory in that
> session. I think that command 
> starts with c, but I cannot find it (using findit or
> search statalist serve) 
> now. Anyone could help me on this, or let me know if
> you have better 
> alternatives. I should've taken notes about it
> before my major career 
> transition.

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