On Fri, Sep 12, 2003 at 06:32:07PM +0200, Maurizio Lemmo - Tannoiser wrote:
> A null directory name in CDPATH is the same as the current directory,
> i.e., ``.''.
> cd e` un builtin di bash, ergo man bash. :)
sono diligente :)
If the tilde-prefix is a `~+', the value of the shell vari-
able PWD replaces the tilde-prefix. If the tilde-prefix is a
`~-', the value of the shell variable OLDPWD, if it is set,
is substituted. If the characters following the tilde in the
tilde-prefix consist of a number N, optionally prefixed by a
`+' or a `-', the tilde-prefix is replaced with the corre-
sponding element from the directory stack, as it would be
displayed by the dirs builtin invoked with the tilde-prefix
as an argument. If the characters following the tilde in the
tilde-prefix consist of a number without a leading `+' or
`-', `+' is assumed.
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