To alias a command in you
~/.zshrc file, you can use the following syntax:
For example, it is common to execute the command
ls -a. You can alias this command as
la as such:
alias la="ls -a"
After reloading the
~/.zshrc file, you will be able to type
ls -a will be executed.
It is common to have certain folders that you
cd into often. If this is the case, you can create aliasses to those directories to make
cding to them easier. For example, the following will alias the Dropbox folder:
alias db="cd ~/Dropbox"
allowing you to enter
db and change directories to