Bash scripting: Do This, Not That.





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Published on Jul 18, 2016

Speaker: Ryan Manly

In this talk I am going to explain what I have learned about Bash to make your code less error-prone, more efficient, and easily readable. By the conclusion of this session attendees will understand how Bash uses word splitting to identify tokens and why proper (even excessive) quoting is so important. Simple ways to shorten pipelines, the importance of style, and "asking software the right questions" will also be discussed.

Presented at the 2016 MacAdmins Conference at Penn State. Visit http://macadmins.psu.edu/conference/r... to access slides and videos for this and other MacAdmins sessions.

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