Plash has only rudimentary support for shell scripts. You can get the
shell to run a script file on startup with the
option. The "source
file" command will run
file as a
Each command in the script file must be terminated with a semicolon ";".
Plash doesn't accept any leading space in the script. This is a bug.
There is no error handling: if a command exits with a non-zero return code, it doesn't stop the script.
By default, the shell does not read any scripts on startup.