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I know this isn't quite what you're asking for, but IPython (https://ipython.org/) is very capable as a Python + bash (or other) shell, as it allows you to easily integrate the system shell into the interactive environment. Although they now recommend Xonsh (https://xon.sh/) for such purposes.
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I think you are probably thinking of:https://github.com/kellyjonbrazil/jc
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I've stumbled also upon Nushell, which seems to try to emulate the value proposition of PowerShell and appears to have pretty active development, but it's still pretty new and presumably feature incomplete.
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Create your own terminal UI containing your frequently used K8s commands with ckit!
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ckit: Create a user interface for your frequently used commands with simple yaml files.
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I just released ckit - A CLI utility to manage and run frequently used commands.
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Like seriously why does not one does it ?
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