A tool for glamorous shell scripts. Leverage the power of Bubbles and Lip Gloss in your scripts and aliases without writing any Go code! The above example is running from a single shell script (source).
ble.sh ―Bash Line Editor―
Bash Line Editor (ble.sh) is a command line editor written in pure Bash which replaces the default GNU Readline. Current devel version is 0.4. This script supports Bash 3.0 or higher although we recommend to use ble.sh with release versions of Bash 4.0 or higher.
gh-zsh A simple script to setup an awesome shell environment for Ubuntu and MacOS, with: powerlevel10k theme (https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k) zsh-completions (https://github.com/zsh-users/zsh-completions) zsh-autosuggestions (https://github.
Command line wizardry, part two: Variables and loops in Bash
In our first tutorial on command line wizardry, we covered simple redirection and the basics of sed, awk, and grep. Today, we’re going to introduce the concepts of simple variable substitution and loops—again, with a specific focus on the Bash command line itself, rather than Bash scripting.
Fig AI: Translate natural language to bash
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What is it? smenu is a selection filter just like sed is an editing filter. This tool takes words from standard input or from a file and presents them on the screen in different layouts in a scrolling window. A cursor that you can easily move lets you select one or more of them.