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A new type of shell
I concur. By the way, if you're looking for something a little more traditional, but with the upside of having object-oriented input and output, there's an interesting newer shell written in Rust aptly-named Nushell.
A prompt theming engine for Powershell
I like PowerShell for the fact that it has a C# interpreter/runtime (you can import classes and functions from a C# DLL and write some yourself with PowerShell). My first open source contribution was also on a PowerShell theming module so I'll never forget it (for better or for worse).
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Repository for PowerShell scripts, modules, profiles, etc. (by szymonos)
https://github.com/szymonos/powershell-scripts/blob/main/.config/linux/setup_powershell.sh https://github.com/szymonos/powershell-scripts/blob/main/.config/windows/setup_powershell.ps1 https://github.com/szymonos/powershell-scripts/blob/main/.config/macos/setup_powershell.sh
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I can't belive it actually exists
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hey can anyone tell me what is the name of this extension
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Nu Shell and Databricks
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