Can I use Scoop in Bash?

Short Answer: Yes!

Add this line to your ~/.bashrc (or ~/.bash_profile if you're using git bash, or ~/.profile if you're using busybox)

function scoop() { powershell -ex unrestricted scoop.ps1 "$@" ;} && export -f scoop

Restart bash or run source ~/.bashrc and Scoop will now work.

NOTE

functions are preferred over aliases because aliases are only set in the current shell, whereas functions (once exported) can be called from within scripts.

Long Answer

When you're in bash: if you use Scoop, PowerShell needs to be started up every time you call the alias. You'll notice that it can take a while. So the question is, should you use Scoop in bash?