jump v0.30.1 Release NotesRelease Date: 2020-01-31 // about 1 year ago
🛠 A small bugfix release fixing the
jump --versionoutput that was lagging a version behind. As a nice twist, we're offering an official Windows build now! 🙀
Previous changes from v0.30.0
0.30.0in your lives. 🙌 Here's what changed:
Jump now stores its config in XDG compatible way. The search algorithm tries the directories in order:
$HOME/.jump(if already exists)
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/jump(preferred for new installs)
👍 We're moving towards XDG, but for existing installs or non-XDG supported systems, the
~/.jumpdir will be used.
0️⃣ Jump is opinionated and we would recommend you to stick to the sweet hand-tuned defaults we have provided after years of research, however, we provide a few options that may be useful to hand tune yourself:
0️⃣ The calls
j parent childand
j parent/childare equivalent by default because spaces are treated as OS separators (
/in Unix). You can choose to ignore spaces in searches by setting the
jump settings --space=ignore
🚚 By default, landing in a directory that is no longer available on disk will cause jump to remove that directory from its database. If a jump lands in unmounted drive, the changing of the directory will timeout. This is why this is turned off (
false) by default.
jump settings --preserve=true
0️⃣ Reset jump settings to their default values.
jump settings --reset
j missand you land in the wrong directory, jump can let you go to the lesser scored entries of the
missterm if you call
jwithout arguments. Starting with
0.30.0every time you call
jit will deflate the score of the
missterm which can let jump learn not to go to that bad directory over time.