Shell supporting functional programming
Xs is a cleanly-designed shell with functional programming. It is based off
the source-code for the es project, which was in the public domain.
Currently, the changes in xs can also be considered to be in the public domain.
Most of the xs source code remains untouched from es.
The primary authors of that shell can be found in that source code,
currently located at: ftp://ftp.sys.utoronto.ca/pub/es/. Modifications
since es-0.9-beta1 are all parts of xs and have been written by
Xs is a cleanly-designed shell with functional programming. It is based off the source-code for
the es project, which was in the public domain. Currently, the changes in xs can also be
considered to be in the public domain, although this will probably change soon.
Xs is not source-level compatible with es. See the manpage (xs.1) for more details about it.
Most of the xs source code remains un
.\" xs.1 -- xs manual page ($Revision: 184.108.40.206 $)
.\" macros stolen from rc.1
.\" Man page portability notes
.\" These are some notes on conventions to maintain for greatest
.\" portability of this man page to various other versions of
.\" When you want a \ to appear in the output, use \e in the man page.
.\" (NOTE this comes up in the rc grammar, where to print out '
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