A few months ago, I made it easier to run scripts I'd written by creating a .bashrc file. It worked for a while, but it has not worked in a few weeks. As the Terminal snippet below shows, the file apparently does not run when Terminal is launched. I haven't changed anything that should affect this. Is there a Terminal preference that non-intuitively has this effect? Does use of 'homebrew' override?
MBP-WWG:~ Admin$ echo $PATH /usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin MBP-WWG:~ Admin$ ls -late@ .bashrc -rwxr-xr-x 1 Admin staff 45 Jul 29 14:35 .bashrc MBP-WWG:~ Admin$ cat !$ cat .bashrc export PATH=~/bin:$PATH export $path=$PATH MBP-WWG:~ Admin$ echo $SHELL /bin/bash MBP-WWG:~ Admin$ echo $path MBP-WWG:~ Admin$