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Starting a shell in the current directory

The scripts added in 2013 haven't changed much:

Is this a fixed bug in ranger, or are some shells/configurations still susceptible? Should this section just be removed? Score (talk) 18:28, 29 April 2020 (UTC)Reply

There is no bug. Why would they have to change much? -- Lahwaacz (talk) 19:02, 29 April 2020 (UTC)Reply
The scripts provided in the "Start a shell from ranger" section give a fairly involved workaround to get ranger to start your shell in the correct directory, but from what I can see ranger already does this without involving extra scripts. I am wondering if this is changed behaviour (if not, why would someone go to the effort of authoring these scripts?), or if this is something that breaks on some common shell or configuration. Score (talk) 04:40, 1 May 2020 (UTC)Reply
What is your configuration (especially for the S shortcut) and what is your terminal? -- Lahwaacz (talk) 06:59, 1 May 2020 (UTC)Reply
I have no configuration (the ranger package provides none and I have not set any). Just out-of-the-box ranger. I am using urxvt, though I think you will also want to know my shell, which is zsh. Score (talk) 10:46, 1 May 2020 (UTC)Reply
Hmm, you're right. I don't know what changed, I tried it with the empty ranger configuration and my current and previous terminal, but the shell is always started in the correct directory... -- Lahwaacz (talk) 17:25, 3 May 2020 (UTC)Reply
Same situation with St and Bash, perhaps time to remove those scrips under Start a shell from ranger? Fdsalijp (talk) 10:58, 30 June 2021 (UTC)Reply

from ranger.api.commands import * no longer needed in

At the beginning of section Ranger#Configuration: I think from ranger.api.commands import * is no longer needed at the top of a custom file, as the example file created via ranger --copy-config=commands does not mention it. The manpage ranger(1) also says: "The full default can be copied with --copy-config=commands_full, but that file will be ignored by ranger and serves only as a reference for making your own commands." Mearon (talk) 18:46, 11 July 2021 (UTC)Reply