"Michael Hall" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I've just recently got a bit more serious with learning bash scripting and
> am surprised at how powerful it really is, in conjunction with the usual
> UNIX commands and other tools. PHP is the only choice for most things web
> related, but I'm finding that bash is making my server admin tasks easier
> and quicker. In fact, I'm currently working on a PHP code snippet manager
> written in bash! If the idea has any legs, I might convert it over to
> Python or something later ...

Hmm.  A PHP code snippet manager written in bash, possibly to be converted
to Python...but no mention of converting to PHP.  Are you planning a Java
code snippet manager written in Fortran?  Just kidding.  Definitely reminds
you that there are a lot of tools that can be used for any given job and
lots of solutions for every problem.  BTW, I split my shell scripting
between bash and PHP, used to do shell scripting in Perl, but I rarely use
it anymore so I'm much faster scripting in PHP.

Steve Werby
President, Befriend Internet Services LLC

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