Linux-style terminal emulator for Windows.
Cash is a cross-platform, precise implementation of Unix shell commands written in pure ES6.
Huh? Okay - think Cygwin, except:
> npm install cash -g> cash$
Yeah. But it gets better.
Let's mix some Windows & Unix commands together:
No problem. Let's make all commands global on your system:
> npm install cash-global -g> ls -lah | sort
> npm install cash-ls -g> npm install cash-grep -g> ls -lah | grep cash
Again, you're in business:
const $ = require'cash';const out = $ls'.' l: true;
Too fancy? How about this:
const out = $'ls -lah';
It was, before Vorpal.js.
Made with ❤️ by dthree.
The following commands are currently implemented:
In its very essence, Cash replaces the Windows CLI prompt (
>) with the Unix one (
$), the dollar symbol.
Cash was most fitting in this sense:
Ask and ye shall receive
Shout out to @aseemk for donating the name.
Shell.js gives the feel of and approximates Unix commands in a code environment, but does not precisely implement it.
By example, Shell.js'
ls command supports two arguments and returns an array. Cash supports seventeen arguments and mirrors the exact funcionality and output of the POSIX-compliant