Is it possible to expand and edit the result of a command substitution
$(<cmd>) in Bash?
<cmd> results in another command that I want to execute. Indeed,
$(<cmd>) will execute that command, but it won't be visible in
history, so I can't go back and edit it.
The only way I've solved this problem is to assign the output of
$(<cmd>) to a variable,
cmd=$(<cmd>), and then echoing that into the clipboard using
pbcopy on macOS:
echo $cmd | pbcopy.