I just put the gstate file inside my $PATH. I personally have a folder ~/.local/bin where this stuff lives.
alias gstate='bash ~/.local/bin/gstate.sh'
Well, if ~/.local/bin/ is in your $PATH (if you're on Windows I'm not sure what this would look like), then you can just type "gstate.sh", or just remove the extension and type "gstate". There's no need for the alias in this case.
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