Is there a difference between these two tags?
In a sense the first could be a bigger category. E.g. If someone wants to create a new shell, then they may have questions that are not strictly shell-scripting. But do we really need both?
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My assumption has been that shell-scripting is for scripts only, not interactive usage. Whereas shell is everything else, like interactive usage.
I wish we could edit these descriptions to clarify, but I don't think that issue has been solved yet.
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