Jeroen Janssens has recently shared a neat little hack that allows you to bookmark often-used directory paths in the terminal and quickly jump to any of the bookmarked directories.
Is there any way to jump back to the previous working directory after doing a cd to a different directory?
My use-case is that I'm traversing a directory structure for a Java project, and I'm expecting that the current directory has only one sub-directory. So, I type cd and hit Tab and Enter rather quickly.
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