Recently I looked at an app called z lua which learns how you navigate your linux file system but it's not the only linux tool that does, another one that's a little bit older is called autojump and like fasd it learns how you navigate your linux file system whenever you run cd.
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|3:22||Adding to DB|
|3:43||Manually Adjusting Weights|
|4:30||Adding Without Cding|
|6:14||Open Child Folder|
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|7:51||Clearing the DB|
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