This library normally just provides a single method called esystem().
This will output given text, then run system(). It is supposed to work either with the Colours module or by doing: alias e puts prior to use it.
Using the library
There are several ways to use it. Example:
require 'esystem' . 'ls'
You can, as with all modules in ruby, include the main namespace:
That way you can omit having to type the leading Esystem. part.
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