> Also, you are ignoring all the advantages that shell has and python does not.
Out of curiosity, can you list the advantages? From what I gathered:
- no need to install bash
- git contributors are more used to bash
- there's only one "version" of bash (no real need to handle different
versions compared to py26, py27, etc)
Are there any "language" advantage or are all the advantages in the
I don't really have an opinion on this topic. A "real language" seems
better, but bash's pragmaticity seems to outweight the cons,
especially the "contributors want bash" argument.
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