Compiling the uncompilable : A case for shell script compilation

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Shells, as command interpreters, are the classical way for humans to interact with computing systems, and modern shell features have extended this basic functionality with higher-level programming language constructs. Although implementing compilation in these shell languages is generally unprofitable and intractable, many advantages, such as isolation… (More)

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