On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 12:22:08AM +0200, posion bit wrote:
> I've just started my love history again with squeeze.
> There are 38 unquoted $i in /etc in i386 installing base+laptop+standar
> There are 172 "$i" (maching without spaces around) 38 of them matches
> whit spaces around (unquoted).
> Some are iteration numbers, some are directory, files, etc...
> I've not time neither humor, to fill such bugs or not bugs depending
> on the situation.
> That has been my first command after login:
> grep -R ' $i ' /etc/ | grep -viE '(binary|no such)'
> Just in case that some good person as time and humor (what I lack
> today) to review it and file the bug if may be convenient.
So, what is the problem with this? Both usages are legitimate (if one
understands what she is doing, of course).
- Re: 38
- From: Adam Borowski <email@example.com>
- Re: 38
- From: "Giacomo A. Catenazzi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: posion bit <email@example.com>