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<Venkman> how do I work with remote files in xiki/xsh?
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<tasaif> how old is xiki and why does it exist?
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<deltab> tasaif:
<deltab> “Originally I created Xiki for my own use,” said Muth. “When I was supposed to be doing my boring job as a software dev at banks and insurance companies in Ohio 13 years ago, I started making this thing that let me run commands and navigate files directly from my notes. Ever since then I’ve found myself unable to resist working on it. I use it for everything.”
<tasaif> sounds legit
<tasaif> if I install it, will it rape my bashrc and terminal? or do I have the luxury of being able to call it manually when I need it?
<tasaif> (also thank you deltab)