I'm trying to write a script that will set up aliases for my bash shell, but I don't want to
source it automatically in
.bashrc - I need to have the aliases in a subset of my terminals.
Is it possible to
alias a command in a script and have the aliased command work for the shell the script was run from?
$ alias # ... no output here $ ./my-script $ alias alias foo='bar' alias alpha='beta' ...