Es shell

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The es shell is a command line interpreter developed by Byron Rakitzis and Paul Haahr, that uses a scripting language similar to the rc shell of the Plan 9 operating system. It is intended to provide a fully functional programming language as a Unix shell. The bulk of es' development occurred in the early 1990s. A paper on an early version of the es shell was presented at the Winter 1993 USENIX conference in San Diego. by Byron Rakitzis, NetApp, Inc, and Paul Haahr, Adobe Systems Incorporated

A patched version of which includes job control features, a precompiled binary, additional documentation, a basic emacs editing mode and other contributed programs is available:

The shell is a fork of es with bugfixes, code cleanup, better readline integration and syntax improvements. is a fork of es compatible with Linux and Mac OS X.

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