I often find myself downloading a file in the browser, then switching to the terminal and moving the file into my current working directory, where I do something with it. Often I forget what the file was called, so I have to switch to my browser one more time just to check the filename. This got annoying enough that I wrote some bash shortcuts to help me.
mvdl will move the most recently downloaded file into the current directory.
To get the second most recently downloaded file, use
mvdl 2. To specify a
destination other than the current directory, use
mvdl 2 dest.
cpdl is just like
mvdl except that it copies the file instead of moving it.
lsdl displays the 10 most recently downloaded files, so that you know what
number to supply to