A small Shell framework and terminal utility that makes writing and using bash scripts less sucky
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README.md

msu

A small Shell framework that makes writing bash scripts less sucky

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features:

msu wishlist

installation:

See the installation instructions.

documentation:

You can always browse msu documentation using man:

$ man 1 msu       # command
$ man 3 msu       # library

More documentation is placed in the docs/ directory:

principles:

  1. Little added complexity. msu should not warrant the user to learn scripting all over again. An existing script should be converted into a module with less effort.
  2. Minimal. msu core should be as little as possible. How? Use common algorithms and data structures. Avoid doing something too fancy.
  3. Highly configurable. Using environment variables and command-line switches, msu should be configurable in all its operations, including installation.

license:

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright © 2015-2016 GochoMugo mugo@forfuture.co.ke