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comment Why does this bash prompt sometimes keep part of previous commands when scrolling history?
This pinpointed the issue for me, while the current accepted answer was too generic.
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comment bash 4.2 autocd command default over directory
good point about how would you ever run a command named the same as a directory if this was in fact possible, definitely not ideal for non-interactive shells. I don't recall the syntax offhand, but I assume it would be similar to how you bypass any aliases you've created to protect yourself from rm -rf * and the like.
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comment bash 4.2 autocd command default over directory
@Mikel this is basically what I have been doing ;)
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