Wednesday, July 03, 2013 ∞
Based on the similar command for OS X’s Finder by Brett Terpstra, use cdp to go to the current folder open in Path Finder and use p to open the current terminal directory in Path Finder.
# cd to the path of the front Path Finder window
target=`osascript -e 'tell application "Path Finder" to if (count of windows) > 0 then get POSIX path of (target of front finder window)'`
if [ "$target" != "" ]; then
cd "$target"; pwd
echo 'No Path Finder window found' >&2
# open Path Finder window in current directory
alias p='open -a Path\ Finder ./'
Archive Tags Feed Contact
© Jake Bilbrey
You can support this site by tweeting a Starbucks Coffee to me.