slsh -- the S-Lang shell
The S-Lang distribution includes an application called slsh that may be used for writing both interactive and non-interactive S-Lang scripts and applications. Moreover, slsh contains a number of high-level functions that are available to any conforming S-Lang application (jed, isis, etc). See the SLSH Library Reference for more information about those functions.
Many Linux distributions distribute slsh as a package separate from the main S-Lang package. For example, on a Debian system, slsh may be installed via
This page contains links to a number of useful S-Lang scripts that may be executed with slsh. For more information about writing slsh scripts, see the slsh-specific chapters of A Guide to the S-Lang Language..
Note: Some of these scripts may not work with older versions of S-Lang. The currently released version is 2.3.2. Many of them require modules such as the cURL module, which must be installed separately, or the pcre module, which is distributed with S-Lang.
More scripts will be added when time permits.
|This page was last updated Mar 4, 2018 by John E. Davis. |
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