aliash is a python tool for manipulating .bash_aliases file. It is very opinionated in that it expects all bash scripts to be stored in a script_dir and the alias definitions referencing these scripts to be in a single .bash_aliases file. These have the following sensible defaults:

home directory default = ~/
script directory default = ~/Utilities
default bash_aliases = ~/.bash_aliases


python -m . venv
source bin/activate
pip install --upgrade pip
pip install -r requirements.txt
pip install --editable .
aliash --help


Usage: aliash_tool [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

  aliash_tool manages your .bash_aliases!

  --help  Show this message and exit.

  add     Create a new [ALIAS] and put its alias in .bash_aliases
  edit    Edit an [ALIAS] in the script_dir (requires nano)
  find    Find an alias in .bash_aliases using a [TAG]
  help    Display help for an [ALIAS] in .bash_aliases
  remove  Remove an [ALIAS] from .bash_aliases
  rename  Rename an [ALIAS] in .bash_aliases
  test    Test all methods of aliash_tool