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writing bash completion scriptsIanMaybe give two examples? I have a simple one and a more complex one already in a repo on GitHub (somewhere), probably broken at this point though (the project has changed a bit) -- IanJosh: Two examples of writing your own completion? or examples of how to use/get completion? (like http://bash-completion.alioth.debian.org/ )Writing your own. -- Ianyou can record your shell session (demo?) with http://ascii.io/ . an embed it on your blog/presentation!
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zsh completion (usage/gotchas/writing?)Make a GIF of your screen: https://gist.github.com/dergachev/4627207
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bash promptA Bash wiki: http://mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ
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zsh promptuseful zsh manual page: http://grml.org/zsh/zsh-lovers.html
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generic prompt helperscommunity bash framework: https://github.com/revans/bash-it
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portable shell scriptingcommunity zsh framework: https://github.com/robbyrussell/oh-my-zsh
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aliases in bashtest your shell scripts! https://github.com/shpec/shpec
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generic aliasesIf anyone needs help with anythinng let us know here or on meetup.com!
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trap signals, trap EXITMike Pomraning
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variable prefix/suffix manipMike Pomraning
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file descriptor sh(1)enanigansMike PomraningBit of a potpourri of useful shell-isms
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___ feature of $SHELL
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readline in your shellJosh HoffIf someone wants vi mode we can talk about structure to make sure we cover simalar things (or not too, thanks ok)
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vi mode in your shell
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$#/$!/$? type variables
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!! or !-number or !number etc
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sublimetext(David Webber)Anyone have an opinion on sublimetext vs. vim?Josh: I think they're both pretty cool. If subl is your choice, maybe a presentation on installing plugins, or running external commands, or running repls from subl, or controlling chrome (I heard you could do that from a plugin), or something else?
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external commands vs built in commands
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how fork/exec work in your shell (conceptially or in practice)
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job control (C-z, `jobs`, `fg`, etc), how this works across shells?
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some differences between shells
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some differences between terminal emulators
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using eshell
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using clisp as your shell
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running shells from vim (https://github.com/nicoraffo/conque, anyone?)
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using tmux
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using gnu screen
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using csshDavid Webber
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