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Use GNU Emacs
16 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Mar 2023
I occasionally try that as well and it sometimes helps but not for things like node apps that use https://vorpal.js.org REPLs. They just aren't usable in shell-mode.
5 projects | /r/shell | 7 Jan 2022
Got it, so more about the general idea of using Node to interact with a shell. Fair points but I'm not sure that's where zx falls. I'm looking at it in relation to projects like commander, oclif, and vorpal— frameworks for authoring and packaging local-use CLI tools written in JS, typically aimed at people who know JS and work in a terminal but don't know shell scripting. Those have the overhead of learning a framework, and don't do anything to help you work with the shell. zx seems to come from the other direction: instead of an esoteric framework, shell concepts and shell commands in a Node script.
Use command from terminal?
3 projects | /r/node | 27 Dec 2020
Are you wanting to run your nodejs app, and then control it within the same terminal it is running in? If so, take a look at vorpal
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appwrite.io | 8 Jun 2023
dthree/vorpal is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.