Bug#267142: debian-policy: Sections 10.4 and 6.1 are inconsistent (Posix doesn't say what you think it says)
Bill Allombert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> For the record, I am in favor of mandating that /bin/sh is required
> to not have a test built-in or at least provide a test built-in that
> understand -a and -o.
This might settle just that one case, but the problem is more
> More generally shells that provide built-in with name conflicting
> with others basic programms in Debian should not be allowed for /bin/sh.
> For example a shell with a 'ls' built-in.
This is one of my existing options. :)