Skip to content
bash library - code lib and structure to make bash scripts faster & easier to maintain
Shell
Branch: master
Clone or download

Latest commit

Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.

Files

Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
INSTALL.sh
README
ReleaseNotes
app_stub
base.blp
bashdoc
debug.blp
file.blp
logging.blp
std.blp
string.blp

README

#!/usr/bin/env bash

cat << ReadMeMSG
The bash library project version 2.0 is a library of bash functions (a.k.a. blp,
formerly known as blib), written by Mikel King.

This library was selected because it is licensed under the new/simple BSD license 
which essentially means do what you want with the code, but it would be nice if 
you contributed back to the project as well as the BSD community. The only 
restriction is that you are prohibited from relicensing any of this projects 
code under another license. 

Run the basic installation script as root to place the components in their proper 
locations and adjust permissions as required and hope for the best. Actually it 
should place the standard blib files as well as create a folder for the app 
library files files in /usr/local/lib.

ReadMeMSG
You can’t perform that action at this time.