Laravel Bash Aliases

Laravel Bash Aliases

workspaceSeptember 25, 2017

 

Bash aliases are basically constant or [shortcode]. We can define a [shortcode] in our own words. 

For example, if you use the command {php artisan} many times and to save time and avoid syntax error we can:

 

Create Your Own Base Aliases follow the steps.

 

  1. First open ~/.bashrc file in a text editor that is found in your home directory. If you have the following lines commented then uncomment it or add these lines to your file.

          if [ -f ~/.bash_aliases ]; then

              . ~/.bash_aliases

          fi

 

  1. You need to open the .bash_aliases file, if it exists, you can add your all aliases in the file or if file does not exist, you have to create a file with the name .bash_aliases and add the alias

 

Example :-

 

  1. alias { alias short-code } = "{command name}"

    => alias art="php artisan"

 

  1. Save the file from terminal using the command:

 

          source ~/.bashrc

 

  1. If you define the alias as alias mk ="mkdir" then it will give error as

         

          alias: =mkdir: not found

 

   To avoid these errors use syntax as alias: =mkdir: not found

 

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