@@ 10,7 10,7 @@ Usage: aka alias show stored aliases
By default, aliases are stored in the `.aka` file of the current working
directory. Optionally, the location of that file can be modified by setting the
AKA_FILE enviornment variable. Tested on Debian, OpenBSD, and OpenWRT, aka uses
AKA_FILE environment variable. Tested on Debian, OpenBSD, and OpenWRT, aka uses
portable shell syntax and should work everywhere that has a typical /bin/sh
@@ 75,6 75,9 @@ have that execute the appropriate build commands for the type of project it is.
go run: no go files listed
ERROR: Directory '.' is not installable. Neither 'setup.py' nor 'pyproject.toml' found.
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