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Is there a package system (think npm, cpan, etc.) for shell scripts? Specifically, on Ubuntu?

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To my knowledge there is no such package / sharing tools for shell scripts... In my opinion, because there is not just one scripting language (you were probably thinking of bash, but other shells exist), and also because the task a shell script has to accomplish is often very specific.

Actually, you can think of the set of gnu tools (sed, awk, grep, etc...) as a set of basic (or more complex) tools, which are distributed as deb packages...

Nevertheless, you can find some examples on the net, like the list on this blog post...

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Yes, there is one package manager. Jean - Missing Package Manager for Linux.

Here is the project homepage: http://github.com/ziyaddin/jean

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