Re: POSIX shell; bash ash pdksh & /bin/sh
Chris Ulrich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My final thought on the subject, though, is that so long as /bin/sh
> allows bashisms, unix youngsters who cut their teeth on linux will grow
> up learning many bad habits; daily I curse bashisms when I try to port
> scripts from the linux world to the real unix world at my day job.
The only way to learn portability is to work on porting.
That said, what's wrong with putting bash on your real unix world systems?
Then all you have to do to get scripts to work is change the first line.
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