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Correct way to take a function from the current shell and save it for future use?

I’ve been writing a lot of one-off functions recently. On the occasions that I go "hmm, I should save this" I use type <function name> to show the code, and copy and paste it into .bashrc. Is there a faster way to do this, or some standard or command built for this purpose? FWIW, I’m […]

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Linux Mastering Development

Correct way to take a function from the current shell and save it for future use?

I’ve been writing a lot of one-off functions recently. On the occasions that I go "hmm, I should save this" I use type <function name> to show the code, and copy and paste it into .bashrc. Is there a faster way to do this, or some standard or command built for this purpose? FWIW, I’m […]

Categories
Linux Mastering Development

Correct way to take a function from the current shell and save it for future use?

I’ve been writing a lot of one-off functions recently. On the occasions that I go "hmm, I should save this" I use type <function name> to show the code, and copy and paste it into .bashrc. Is there a faster way to do this, or some standard or command built for this purpose? FWIW, I’m […]