Re: POSIX shell; bash ash pdksh & /bin/sh
> Yes, for example, electric-fence.postinst ;-)
> #!/bin/bash -e
> (There are more "examples" like this one).
You can report bugs agains that based on policy:
Restrict your script to POSIX features when possible so that it may
use `/bin/sh' as its interpreter. If your script works with ash, it's
probably POSIX compliant, but if you are in doubt, use `/bin/bash'.
but that's it. If people want to have /bin/sh point to some other shell
they can just go ahead and do it. All the benefits of using a possibly smaller
shell will be realised with the exception of using less disk space. And it
will be *their* choice to risk breaking the system.
Luis Francisco Gonzalez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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