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Any Way to Get Command/Script Help and/or Description with Usage Examples?
First, I apologize if this has already been asked and answered - I looked but couldn't find anything on this topic. Anyway, I'd like to know if there is anyway to get a description and usage examples of a shell command/script, something akin to: ~$ <command> --help or: ~$ man <command> in Bash. I know that some scripts will, by default, give you a description of what they do and the parameters they take, but for scripts and shell commands that work without any parameters this won't work. I know that 'help' will display a handful of core scripts and commands with brief descriptions but, like I said, it's just a handful. I also know that running 'scripts.trust', 'scripts.sys' and '#scripts' will list the scripts from the Trust, scripts that have been acquired in-game and local user-made scripts, respectively, but it doesn't offer any description or usage examples. I have used the 'market.browse { i:<script_token> }', but that is limited to scripts on the market and is a lengthy pain to use since it requires the user to first find the script's token ID number using just 'market.browse' (no params). Is there something I'm missing? Am I crazy for wanting this feature (assuming I haven't missed it)? hackmud is NOT a game that holds your hand (AND I LOVE THAT), but this simple tool could really assist the player in an unobtrusive way. I've used the Bash shell with a couple of my computers for a few years now and I still use the '--help' option and check man-pages all of the time. Remembering, not only all of the commands and scripts, but what they all do and how they are used syntactically is near impossible for most people out there; a quick reference can make a world of difference.
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