[ Please don't Cc: public replies to me. ] =?iso-8859-1?Q?Nicol=E1s_Lichtmaier?=: > I think we should just use the ". /etc/profile.d/*" approach. If that is used at all, then it should be some implementation of ". /etc/profile.d/*.<syntax>", just like Red Hat does (as we were told). Also, there _must_ be a way for each user to allow them or not.¹ But before we continue the discussion, perhaps someone could list examples of what this would be used for, so that we can see if it really would be useful. Otherwise this is just wishful thinking. > If somebody uses a shell that doesn't allow environment variable > declaration in a standard/posic way... then that user is probably > somebody that can live without this feature. Er, I don't think that is a good idea. > and probably the other flavours I don't know much about... csh? ksh? csh and tcsh do not understand Bourne shell syntax. ksh does. Of course, there's minor deviations between all shells based on the Bourne shell, meaning that, for example, a hypothetical /etc/profile.d/fancy-bash-prompt would need a ".bash" as the extension, so that only Bash would use it. -- Please read <http://www.iki.fi/liw/mail-to-lasu.html> before mailing me. Please don't Cc: me when replying to my message on a mailing list. ¹ That's trivial to implement, at least.
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