lk: a command palette for your bash functions

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  • lk

    A CLI frontend for your bash scripts. (by jamescoleuk)

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    consider packaging the project for one Linux distribution. For Linux Debian there is e.g., a mentors page; chances are that if your package is accepted in Debian, maintainers of other package repositories equally get interested, too (keyword And the mentors page is there to provide you an entry into packaging (see this question).

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  • run_lib

    A bash script to help you organise and allow discovery of your project's scripts.

    Cool suggestions. I actually wrote something like lk in bash, and used it for several years before writing lk. I called it run_lib. Like lk it also lists functions and their comments as a sort of documentation. It didn't allow fuzzy search though.

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