Use .bashrc.d directory instead of bloated .bashrc
Quentin ADAM

After a quick review:

for file in ~/.bashrc.d/*.bashrc;
 source “${file}”

Iterating over ls results is notoriously tricky. Also, always quote your variables. More importantly, never use a bash script you haven’t checked with shellcheck (in addition to the online version, you can install it locally and there are tons of nifty integrations to editors and IDEs

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