Re: Another possible slink goal (multipackages users profile)
Martin Schulze <joey@kuolema.Infodrom.North.DE> wrote:
> Therefore I believe that we should elaborate a mechanism that can
> be used for all shells. This could be /etc/profile.d/ containing
> scripts or fragments. It could alternatively contain some data that
> will be evaluated and changed into code that can be read by the
> used shell.
What's a shell?
(1) Is this to be used by every /bin/sh script?
(2) Is rc a shell?
(3) Is perl -de 0 a shell? How about with -MShell?
(4) Is emacs a shell?
(5) Is wish a shell?
(6) Is expect a shell?
(7) Is vi a shell? [If not, what about ! commands on a remote elvis under X?]
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