rr is a basic command-line utility designed to retain/recall file and directory paths. This is done by treating the filename itself as a unique key to be referenced for future rr program calls. The purpose of this is to assist the user in shorthand typing and/or not having to remember arbitrary full paths. So, for example, "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf" can be referenced as "// httpd.conf" in daily operations.
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD OpenBSD Linux Solaris Unix|
Release Notes: When passing a blank value to rr, it would incorrectly output the first retained value in ~/.rr; this has been fixed. Overly-generous short-hand/partial matching of retained values, which crippled some of rr's functionality, has been fixed. Now rr strictly searches for the whole filename/directory first, then uses the generous partial matching as a fallback. Minor miscellaneous code clean-up, changes, and error output standardization.
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