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HCD(1)			    General Commands Manual			HCD(1)

NAME
       hcd - change working HFS	directory

SYNOPSIS
       hcd [hfs-path]

DESCRIPTION
       hcd is used to change the notion	of the "current	working	directory" for
       the current HFS volume. All  subsequent	HFS  commands  will  interpret
       filenames  relative  to	this  directory, unless	absolute pathnames are
       used.

       If the argument pathname	is omitted, hcd	will change to the root	of the
       current volume.

SEE ALSO
       hfsutils(1), hpwd(1), hls(1)

FILES
       $HOME/.hcwd

BUGS
       Although	absolute pathnames can be given	to hcd,	the full pathname must
       match the current volume; it cannot specify a path for a	different vol-
       ume.  Use hvol or hmount	to change the current volume. (Each volume has
       its own independent current working directory.)

AUTHOR
       Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>

HFSUTILS			  13-Jan-1997				HCD(1)

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