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Four Tips for Better Bash Scripts

Plan, Test, Build GUIs, and Compile!

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If you are writing a shell script for yourself, that’s pretty easy. You’ll remember if you need to not have spaces in file names and you know all the programs your script needs are in place and the correct version. But if you are sending your script out into the world, that’s a different problem. Here are four tips to help you write better and more robust scripts.

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