re: What are your favorite Linux utility/productivity tools? VIEW POST

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re: Fish shell, tmux, nvim, links2, awk, htop, bat, fzf, fd, nano, the clipboard tool from gnome which I fail to remember the name, gpaste maybe? Btw, ...
 

I've tried fish and I liked it! It's got fantastic autocomplete suggestions based on history. That's been like the biggest feature for me with Fish.

 

Nice! take a look at this: github.com/edc/bass (for bash scripts).

You might not need Bass for simple use cases. A great simple alternative (suggested by @jorgebucaran) is to just use exec bash -c "source some-bash-setup.sh; exec fish".

it's the only caveat I can find about fish, it's not POSIX compliant.

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