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Re: bashisms

Kai Henningsen wrote:
> adrian.bridgett@zetnet.co.uk (Adrian Bridgett)  wrote on 27.11.97 in <19971127191644.62378@wyvern>:
> > There are alot of scripts which use unnecessary bashisms. Apart from complex
> > scripts most of these can be easily changed to conform to the POSIX shell.
> > This has the added advantage of meaning that those who want to can use ash
> > as /bin/sh and reap the benefits of improved performance.
> Hmmm ... I remember someone claiming that ash _isn't_ a POSIX shell?

Please install the package and read ash(1), its goal is POSIX
compliance.  If you can find anything in ash that isn't POSIX, please
file a bug report.
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