ShellCheck, a static analysis tool for shell scripts
But when I recently re-installed ShellCheck I found it a huge plus that all warnings and errors are given an 'issue code'. This code helps both to locate in-depth explanations of the issue at hand (in your booklet or on the internet, as the case may be) and also immediately enables the user to put a pragma into place to silence the message where appropriate.
Any useful materials for bash scripting?
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My first utility in my job
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Void Linux + KDE + xbps Notification via kdialog without octo (a simple alternative)
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A SCRIPT TO FIND FILES WITH A QUERY
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What am i doing wrong ? Beginner but liking bash, pls help :)
1 project | reddit.com/r/bash | 27 Jul 2022