On mercredi 26 mai 2010 02:39:52 Raphael Geissert wrote: [SNIP] > > Yes, $BASH_SOMETHING is just used to make it easier to see that the > following code (probably a bashism) is only executed after checking the > shell is actually bash. That and the other FP are the most common ones, yet > not that easy to fix (the latter, of course, the former is not a FP.) > > > I'm seeing only these for gxine, xine-lib and xine-ui, which is slightly > > odd because testing with dash has shown up an actual bashism in > > xine-lib's configure.ac (which I've just fixed upstream): use of "test x > > == y". > > Could you please send me by email the files with false negatives? those are > very likely bugs in checkbashisms' quotes handling code. Among other false positive there is warning about scripts removed in clean target of debian/rules. Anyway, thanks for the massive run of checkbashism, it made me discover a few bashism in 2 upstream scripts in my packages. > > Thanks. > > Cheers, Best regards
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