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#783 in Command line utilities
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Xshe allows for setting Shell Environment Variables across multiple shells with a single TOML configuration file.
Instead of writing multiple similar files for each shell you use,
you can instead create one file and use it for every shell with
All you have to do is add a single line to all of your shells' startup scripts, and xshe will set your environment variable across all of them.
To use xshe, you write lines in a
xshe.toml file like this (in TOML format):
CARGO_HOME = '~/.cargo' EDITOR = '$(which nano)'
Create a file like this once and use it everywhere, for every shell!
xshe can convert this into the format for every supported shell.
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