|Description:||Finder-terminal 2-way interaction scripts (1.2-1)|
POS is a small collection of OSX-specific unix utilities that greatly enhance 2-way Finder-Terminal interactions. These can be used with Terminal.app, iTerm.app, xterm or any other terminal. Author: Gary Kerbaugh cdf and posd: posd is an osascript embedded in a shell script that returns the pwd corresponding to the frontmost finder window. Its real value is when aliased to the command cdf, i.e., cdf='cd "$(/sw/bin/posd)"'. The command cdf changes the terminal pwd to match that of the frontmost finder window. fdc: fdc is essentially the reciprocal operation of cdf. It changes the finder window to match the pwd of the terminal in which the command is issued. Extras: A disk image containing Finder toolbar applications is placed into /sw/share/pos It contains xml scripts and Applescripts that let you create toolbar icons that you can click to open a terminal (or iTerm) session in the directory corresponding to that in the Finder window.
|Maintainer:||W. G. Scott <wgscottATusersDOTsourceforgeDOTnet>|
CVS log, Last Changed: Sun, 07 Jul 2013 17:07:37 (UTC)
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