Let’s jump from that topic’s purpose into a general question of working in a terminal emulator under different desktop environments (DEs).
Let’s skip questions about exact terminal emulator and exact command interpreter (sh/bash/zsh/fish) and go deep into work environment comparison of Manjaro OS copies having different DE editions: does they are the same from the point of view of terminal emulator’s environment?
How do I know which commands are present in all DE versions and which are DE-specific only and therefore are present only in a certain DE and are absent in all others?
For example I wrote a code, how can I predict that it will work on the other DE to get a value / to collect a data / or even will fail to execute and produces a run-time error?
So how to know does a command is universal for all DEs or has DE-specifics?
May be reworded again:
What’s the difference between all Manjaro OS DE editions from the terminal emulator work’s point of view?
How to predict that a code which was debugged and works under certain one DE, will work on any other desktop environment of Manjaro OS just the same and will have just the same output/result?
It is OS architecture-related question: what are the same parts, what are different.
No, I post that topic to collect a complete answer not get only a some part of all abilities and to celebrate that partial incomplete info as solution Sorry for the which you gave me and which I appear to be. I want complete answer and understanding a vampire am I or not.