Microsoft and Canonical bring Bash to Windows




Microsoft and Canonical make Bash a standard part of Windows 10. The two companies have been working on a Linux subsystem that runs turn on Windows libraries, if the Windows maker announced on the developer meeting Build.

bash Windows Bash is the shell of virtually all Linux distributions and OS X, which had its own Windows PowerShell. Due to the step is that developers now for example, may use emacs on Windows 10 to modify their code, or tools such as awk, grep and vi. By partnering with Canonical developers can also access multiple Ubuntu binaries on Windows.

Developers Bash can be downloaded via Windows Store. It is part of the Anniversary Update Windows 10 this summer. There are already more tools that enable Bash on Windows such as win-bash, bash nt and Cygwin.


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