> I've been using the O'Reilly books "Learning the Korn Shell" and
> "Learning the Bash Shell". For years I've been trying to replace them
> with another reference, without much luck. I have annotated my
> dead-tree copies with the differences between them. Many paragraphs
> are identical between the two.
> Haven't been using them as much as I did in my first sh-scripting
> years, so maybe not searching as vigorously as I might.
> Most striking difference between ksh and bash is how/when the ENV
> script (kshrc and bashrc) is sourced in, and what script sourcing is
> automatic vs explicit. Always confusing when switching between them.
> I started with csh for my command shell, but wrote my scripts with sh.
> Wish Perl had been more available at the time; the scripts would have
> been much easier to write (and read).
> --Don Ellis
> On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 4:58 PM, Ben Raber <email@example.com...> wrote:
>> I love autocd you just type the name of a directory and it will change into it for you.
>> From: cwelug@goog... [cwelug@goog...] on behalf of Robert Citek [robert.citek@gmai...]
>> Sent: Friday, June 08, 2012 6:36 AM
>> To: cwelug@goog... >> Subject: Re: [cwelug] Which Shell Is Right for You? Shell Comparison
>> Is anyone here using zsh? Which "must-have" feature are you using
>> that is missing from bash?
>> - Robert
>> On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 2:50 AM, Scott Granneman <scott@gran...> wrote:
>>> http://www.math.iitb.ac.in/resources/manuals/Unix_Unleashed/Vol_1/ch13.htm >>>
>>> Excellent discussion/comparison.
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