Re: POSIX shell; bash ash pdksh & /bin/sh
>>"Santiago" == Santiago Vila <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Santiago> On 6 Aug 1998, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
>> The fact that we are having this passionate debate indicates that the
>> reasons have not been as compelling as desired.
Santiago> Well, to me, the fact that we are having this passionate
Santiago> debate indicates that perhaps (I'm just wondering) you
Santiago> would not like very much the idea of putting a Depends:
Santiago> bash field in some of your packages. I don't have any
Santiago> problem with this, really. I will never tell you "you are
Santiago> not allowed to use a required package", it would be silly
Santiago> on my part.
You really are not listening t what I say. After all my
arguments about compatibility, the only thing you come up is this
ludicrous idea about me not attaching a Depends line? I fail to see
the point of continuing this debate if that is the case.
Actually, even the fact you came up with such a (IMHO) petty
reason speaks volumes.
All religions have in common the periodical childlike surrender to a
Provider or providers who dispense earthly fortune as well as
spiritual health; some demonstrations of man's smallness by means of
reduced posture and humble gesture, the admission in prayer and song
of misdeeds, of misthoughts, and of evil intentions; fervent appeal
for inner uni- fication by divine guidance; and finally, the insight
that individual trust must become part of the ritual practice of man,
and must become a sign of trustworthiness in the
community. psychologist Erik Erikson
Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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