`multipass alias` command

[Since version 1.8.0]

The alias command makes Multipass create a persistent alias to run commands on a given instance. Its syntax is the following:

multipass alias instance:command [name]

If name is omitted, the alias name defaults to command.

After running this, a new alias is defined as running the command on the given instance.

There are two ways to execute the alias. The first one is multipass name. The second way of running an alias needs the user to add the alias folder to the system path, and is simply invoking the name of the alias.

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