Dune: a shell by the beach!

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  • dune

    A shell🐚 by the beach🏖️! (by adam-mcdaniel)

  • atom

    Shell scripting that will knock your socks off (by adam-mcdaniel)

    It's been a few months since I've had the time to put serious work into something, but I finally found some extra days to finish this! It's inspired by my previous attempt at a shell, Atom, but this time with a BUNCH of QOL improvements! Hopefully you'll enjoy using it!!

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  • ocaml

    The core OCaml system: compilers, runtime system, base libraries

    Atom is an editor that's been around since ~2014, and Dune is the primary build tool for the OCaml programming language (originally called jbuilder, but renamed a few years ago).

  • dune

    A composable build system for OCaml.

    Atom is an editor that's been around since ~2014, and Dune is the primary build tool for the OCaml programming language (originally called jbuilder, but renamed a few years ago).

  • Atom

    :atom: The hackable text editor

    Atom is an editor that's been around since ~2014, and Dune is the primary build tool for the OCaml programming language (originally called jbuilder, but renamed a few years ago).

  • xonsh

    :shell: Python-powered, cross-platform, Unix-gazing shell

    I've been using xonsh (pronounced conch) for a couple years now, it's basically a python shell with bash compatibility. It's really really nice, though sometimes it chokes up on a bash command, but if that happens you can just easily go into bash, so it's not a big deal

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