Cross-platform Linux commands in pure ES6.
Cross-platform Linux commands in pure ES6
Cash is a cross-platform 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:
$ ipconfig | grep IPv4 | sortIPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 10.10.40.50IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.100.11$
No problem. Let's make all commands global on your system:
> npm install cash-global -g> ls -lah
> npm install cash-ls -g> npm install cash-grep -g
Again, you're in business:
const $ = ;const out = $;
Not terse enough? How about this:
const out = ;
Not 😎 enough? Try this:
`cp -R ./src ./destls | grep *-spec.js | catrm ./specResults.html`;
For even better programmatic Unix commands, check out Shell.JS.
It was, before Vorpal.
Made with ❤ by dthree.
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Cash was built with strict attention to nearly exact implementations and excellent test coverage of over 200 unit tests.
The following commands are currently implemented:
Want more commands?
I am currently looking for someone with experience in building Windows installers (
.msi) to bundle Cash and its individual components into a self-contained wrapper. If you would like to help with this, send me a ping.
falsecommands, among several other contributions.
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
Cash is also a play on the word
bash, and is actually a recursive acronym for Cash Shell.
Shout out to @aseemk for donating the name.
For example, with cash:
; // 'node_modules\n';
; // ['node_modules'];;
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