The MidnightBSD Ports Collection ("shells")

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Shells

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44bsd-csh-20001106_2: The traditional 4.4BSD /bin/csh C-shell
bash-4.3.24: The GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell
bash-completion-2.1,1: Programmable completion library for Bash
cvs-server-20120307: cvs-server only shell
es-0.9.b1_6: Extensible shell, derived from plan9's rc
esh-0.8.5_1: The "easy shell", a small shell with Lisp-like syntax
fd-3.01a: A CUI-based file and directory management tool
gscommander-0.1_1: GNUstep simple unix command monitor
ibsh-0.3e: Restricted unix shell
ksh93-20120229_1: Official AT&T release of KornShell 93
mksh-r50: MirBSD enhanced shell based on pdksh
nologinmsg-1.0: More functional native binary replacement for /sbin/nologin
osh-20120604: An implementation of the UNIX 6th Edition shell
p5-Term-ShellUI-0.92: A fully-featured shell-like command line environment
pash-2.2: A full-screen shell (commander GUI) for *nix.
pdksh-5.2.14p2_4: The Public Domain Korn Shell
psh-1.8.1_1: New shell made entirely out of a Perl script
rc-1.7.1_1: Unix incarnation of the plan9 shell
rssh-2.3.4: Restricted Secure SHell only for sftp or/and scp
sash-3.7: A Stand-Alone shell combining many common utilities
scponly-4.8.20110526: A tiny shell that only permits scp and sftp
tcshrc-1.6.2: A set of configuration scripts for the TCSH shell
v7sh-1.0: An implementation of the UNIX 7th Edition shell
zsh-4.3.17: The Z shell
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