, by David Korn
, is a Unix Shell
in the Bourne Shell
family. Versions of ksh are available for various Linux and Unix systems and also for Microsoft Windows
David Korn has spent a number of years writing UWIN UWIN
, a set of Unix like utilities that run on Windows (a concept similar to Cygwin
, MKS Toolkit, etc.).
In David Korn Tells All
, 2001-02-07, David Korn states that ksh93 should be compared to Tcl, in the sense that it is implemented as a reusable library with a C
, and points to dtksh
as an example of the embedability/extensibility of ksh93. In Playing the MacOS Shell Game
, Cameron Laird
argues in favour of ksh
ksh93 aims for compatibility with the Shell Language Standard part of POSIX
, and can therefore be used as a Bourne Shell replacement.
Some of the overlap between Ksh and Tcl can be seen in these packages:
Description: A Tk 3.6 script that visually keeps track of the
command history for csh, tcsh, and ksh.
Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Rick McClanahan)
See Also edit
- tksh, by Jeffrey Korn
- an implementation of the Tcl C library written on top of ksh93.