farsh is a utility to simplify shell script creation. For example, farsh can replace all #!/usr/bin/perl lines with #!/bin/farsh perl so they never have to be changed again.
Release Notes: farsh will now add all environment variables defined in ~/.farsh.env to the environment before exec.
Release Notes: Renamed from shelltool to farsh.
No. It is not Useless. env is to simplistic.
Farsh supports extending your path with ~/.farsh.path, and extending your environment with ~/.farsh.env.
For example, this is needed for web scripts where the path might not include things that you need, and your webmaster will not change the path.
30 Jan 2001 06:29
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