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feat: Update shell code fences for new website #15522



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@olgashi olgashi commented Jan 14, 2022

Fixes #15518

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Updating instances of shell code fences in /docs folder from old format ```sh
to new : ```shell

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Updated all instances of shell code fences in the docs/ folder to ```shell
The old format is not supported in the code formatter that is being used in the new website.
The ```shell is more universally supported, including on GitHub.

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nzakas approved these changes Jan 15, 2022
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Awesome! Thanks so much.

@nzakas nzakas merged commit 0469eb1 into eslint:main Jan 15, 2022
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nzakas commented Jan 27, 2022

@olgashi thanks so much for your work on this. We'd like to award you from our contributor pool. If you can email me at contact (at) eslint (dot) org, I can send you the details.

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