You might notice that a lot of xp's "tools" already exist in some form or another as *nix programs or combination of *nix programs. *nix has battle hardened programs which have been heavily used, tested, optimized, and are generally of very high quality. xp doesn't aim to replace these any of these. xp is a convenience library aimed towards non-expert users. xp uses CoffeeScript and node, which makes it fun to use. If you already know how to perform these actions via vanilla *nix tools, I encourage you to continue to do so.If anyone is willing to write concise documentation for executing the functionality of xp's tools using only pre-existing *nix commands, I would be very glad to add that information to this document.