Automating the world one-liner at a time…
Dino Chiesa has a couple of blogs showing how he was able to get PowerShell running as an "inferior shell" within Emacs. Apparently "inferior shell" is an emacs term of art and not a dig at PowerShell :-). I've always respected the all consuming nature of emacs and the love it has from its users. I used to joke that "emacs isn't an editor, it was a way of life". Emacs lovers log into emacs and that is where they hang out - all day. They can do almost everything from within emacs.
Well know Dino shows how they can hang out in emacs and run PowerShell. Check out the screenshot HERE and the instructions HERE.
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Hey, you know how the saying goes: "Emacs is a decent operating system... However, it lacks a good text editor" :)
The link for the instructions above points to the same location as the screenshot.
Am I the only one who wanted to see how to do it?