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Unix usability problems #1390

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andschwa opened this Issue Jul 15, 2016 · 2 comments

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andschwa commented Jul 15, 2016

  • Linux / OS X packages should include default system-wide profiles
  • Path setup for default shell on OS X should work #975
  • Better shebang support #1103 and #992
  • Conflicting PowerShell aliases should be optionally available #3610
  • Removal of unsupported cmdlets from modules #1122
  • Error handling for native tools, like set -e (need issue)
  • Reasonable default colors #1036
  • Proper native pipeline support #559
  • Path normalization of filenames with backslashes #1115
  • Path globbing for native commands #954
  • Default Emacs keybindings #1388

@andschwa andschwa changed the title from Unix usability plans to Unix usability problems Jul 18, 2016

@SteveL-MSFT SteveL-MSFT modified the milestone: 6.0.0-Alpha.11 Aug 4, 2016

@joeyaiello joeyaiello assigned joeyaiello and unassigned joeyaiello and KrisBash May 23, 2017

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Assigning to myself to triage into the Linux/Mac Usability project.

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joeyaiello commented May 23, 2017

Assigning to myself to triage into the Linux/Mac Usability project.

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Re set -e: there's an open PR with an RFC: PowerShell/PowerShell-RFC#88

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mklement0 commented Aug 27, 2017

Re set -e: there's an open PR with an RFC: PowerShell/PowerShell-RFC#88

@SteveL-MSFT SteveL-MSFT modified the milestones: 6.0.0-NiceToHave, Future Jul 22, 2018

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