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krunner bash aliases

kopancek
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krunner bash aliases

Thu Mar 21, 2013 5:31 pm
High, is there a way to use aliases, which I have defined in my local ~/.bashrc ? Thing is I have there pretty shortcuts for some programs with awful lot of parameters and do not want to start bash every time I want to use them :)
Do you know of some way, how to accomplish it?
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Re: krunner bash aliases

Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:26 am
Unfortunately, KRunner is not aware in any way of bash aliases, it is only aware of actual system commands. To be aware of them, it would essentially have to implement parts of a bash interpreter, which would be quite resource intensive and bug prone.


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