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Aug
11
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
added 1351 characters in body
Aug
9
revised determine shell in script during runtime
since the accepted answer is for Linux, the questioner seems to be only concerned with Linux (I've not tested AIX or Solaris or BSD, but the accepted answer fails on OS X)
Aug
9
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
clarify the need for cross-platform solution
Aug
7
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
deleted 269 characters in body
Aug
7
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
added 439 characters in body
Aug
7
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
added 45 characters in body
Aug
7
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
added 271 characters in body
Aug
7
revised How do I *reliably* and *simply* get the current shell interpreter name?
added 14 characters in body
Aug
5
revised How to turn off color with `ls`?
clarify question
Dec
10
revised Why is $COLUMNS not listed by either env or set? (on zsh)
edited title
Nov
19
revised parametric aliases in csh to add export command
added 308 characters in body
Nov
18
revised Is test or [ or [[ more portable both between bash shells and between other shells?
formatting improvements
Nov
18
revised how to run multiple versions of one shell on a single machine
explained the need for working across multiple shells
Nov
18
revised Which *nix distro is most lightweight for running virtual machines?
minor grammar fixes, along with improved clarity on one point to pass the 6-character requirement
Nov
17
revised What makes an operating system “Unix-Like”?
The Internet is a network of networks. What the author really meant was that he found it on the web, not the internet.
Oct
17
revised How to transpose command line arguments with emacs keybindings?
fixed formatting of keys
Oct
17
revised How to transpose command line arguments with emacs keybindings?
Updated to make example given closer to real life: with punctuation
Aug
15
revised Set a network range in the no_proxy environment variable
added 204 characters in body
Aug
1
revised Succinct way to respond to user input?
fixed formatting of inline code, as well as improved readability by changing function name
Aug
1
revised Copy files from remote server to local, ignoring existing files (rsync not available)
fixed grammar ("with ignoring"???) and clarified question ("ignoring existing files on the destination server" is misleading when it's actually files that exist ***locally*** that he wants to ignore on the server)