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Top 10 Shell posix-compliant Projects
Source: Can this be used to create/download npm as a standalone executable? #3237.
A full-featured BDD unit testing framework for bash, ksh, zsh, dash and all POSIX shellsProject mention: [P] Convert Any language to a Linux command (one-liner) | /r/MachineLearning | 2023-04-27
Suggest to look also at ShellSpec
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Shell script for burn-in and testing of new or re-purposed drivesProject mention: [HDD] Seagate EXOs 12TB SATA Hard Drive - $99.99 ($8.33/TB) (Refurbished) | /r/buildapcsales | 2023-05-08
Verify authenticity or integrity? I run this on all of the drives I get in: https://github.com/Spearfoot/disk-burnin-and-testing
Modernish is a library for writing robust, portable, readable, and powerful programs for POSIX-based shells and utilities.
An elegant option/argument parser for shell scripts (full support for bash and all POSIX shells)Project mention: Is there a recommended alternative to getopts? | /r/bash | 2023-04-04
I like to use https://github.com/ko1nksm/getoptions
Handy shell scripts for use on FreeNAS servers
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🔫 `git unstage` as a service: a Git plugin for the shell that automagically remembers all the different commands there are to remove files from staging and when to use each
POSIX-compliant shell movement boosting hack for real ninjas (aka `cd x` and `cd ...`) (by 0mp)
A POSIX compliant shell script for tracking dates and deadlines in text files.
Shell posix-compliant related posts
[HDD] Seagate EXOs 12TB SATA Hard Drive - $99.99 ($8.33/TB) (Refurbished)
1 project | /r/buildapcsales | 8 May 2023
Should I return my drives?
1 project | /r/homelab | 5 Feb 2023
Just got some new drives. What do you think? Is this good enough packing?
1 project | /r/DataHoarder | 22 Jan 2023
Family member wants to stress test 4x20TB drives before using them. Need help....
1 project | /r/DataHoarder | 28 Dec 2022
About to finish testing my 12x mechanical drives and not sure how to test my SSDs now
1 project | /r/truenas | 20 Dec 2022
Used SAS drive checklist?
2 projects | /r/truenas | 12 Dec 2022
Harddrive beaten in shipping, how can I confirm if it's reliable?
1 project | /r/homelab | 9 Dec 2022
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