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if you want to ssh somewhere and preserve the directory here is a useful snippet…

cdssh () {
    if [ -n ${1} ]; then
        CWD=$(pwd|sed "s#$HOME#~#")
        ssh -t $1 -- "cd ${CWD} ; bash -l"
    fi
}

the reason for the cwd is to handle where the home directory on the remote system is in a different directory than the localhost. some systems (osx) use /users/<username/ as the home which doesn’t play nicely with many other system.