On 27.08.2010 08:30, Stanislav Maslovski wrote:
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).
yes, and probably they are called with a controlled environment.
Anyway IMHO they should be improved:
- people copy codes, not realizing that changing context effects
- system files are usually taken as example (of good coding
So I would *improve* them.
- From: posion bit <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: 38
- From: Stanislav Maslovski <email@example.com>