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It is because it departs from POSIX that it is good; I recognize the syntax for some functionality is cumbersome and hard to remember though. There are similarities like command names and piping still…
I use NixOS and home-manager, so for switching I just
env.nuis basically the default just with a customized prompt.
Then in my
Also learned from official resources https://www.nushell.sh/book. When I have doubts, I ask either on Nushell’s GitHub discussions or https://matrix.to/#/#nushell:matrix.org
And to keep a POSIX shell
I’m a simple person, I see Nix I upvote.
Thanks for the comment, I may copy some stuff. :p
You’re a person of culture as well I see; I upvote comments of culture yes📠
I remember talking with you at the NixOS matrix; nice to see you here as well💖✨✨✨🌠
It’s true! Sometimes the internet seams really smoll.