marks is a set of ksh or bash utilities that provides a mechanism for remembering long pathnames as shorter "mark" names. Marks are persistent across multiple shell invocations, and may be shared from user to user.
|Implementation||Unix Shell bash|
Release Notes: This version copes with an alternate location of "sort" on some distributions, like Debian.
Release Notes: The file ownerships in the RPM have been changed to root/root. The Makefile has been updated for installation on older Unix variants.
Release Notes: A problem with paths with whitespace was fixed by adding appropriate quotes. Other quotes were also added in a fit of quote paranoia. Marks were moved to /usr/share/marks, but a /usr/local/lib/marks symlink is also kept for backward compatibility. The build scheme was generally updated.
Release Notes: Initial announcement.