Its the only reason I'm considering to switch to ZSH but I kind of want to stick to bash. So is it possible to have suffix aliases in bash?
Doing this in bash, makes SUFFIX variable holding /dev/fd/[fd],
SUFFIX=<( echo "&*645\}#@name" | sed -r 's/[^[:alnum:]]+/_/g' )
What should I do to assign the actual result, of commands being executed in between parenthesis?
I have an application which modifies environment variables. The intent is to launch a bash shell with a modified context-specific environment.
When my application modifies the environment, and exec()s "bash --noprofile --norc" with the modified environment then I almost get the behavior I want, except that aliases are dropped.