Provides a REPL for your shell.
shell is more REPL than terminal emulator. You can edit your command line like you would any ordinary text in Emacs – something you can’t do in term (without
term-line-mode, which can be unstable) or vterm.
Due to shell’s simplicity, you’re less likely to encounter edge cases (e.g. against your shell config), but it’s also the least capable. TUI programs like htop or vim won’t work in shell directly, but will be launched in a term buffer – which handles them reasonably well.
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1.2. Module flags
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