> 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
"pragmatic" section?
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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