- Posted On January 14, 2012
- Written By Masen Marshall
Tonight I was thinking up a post based around some uncommon bash functions and ended up at The Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide. When I saw that everything I wanted to write about was already better written there I switched gears.
Whether you use bash on a regular basis or just on occasion the ABS guide is the only reference you’ll ever actually need. Anything one could ever imagine doing with the bash language is well documented and presented in clear concise examples within it’s pages.
It is an absolutely invaluable reference. I actually have an older version of it that I had printed and bound in three volumes just to put on my shelf, it’s that good.
So if you haven’t wandered through it’s 885 pages of theory, technical documentation, and examples do it now! I guarantee you’ll learn something useful or your money back.