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Bug#530108: marked as done (kde-l10n-nn: bashism in /bin/sh script)

Your message dated Fri, 4 Sep 2009 21:27:39 +0200
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and subject line Re: bug 530108 is forwarded to http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=194681
has caused the Debian Bug report #530108,
regarding kde-l10n-nn: bashism in /bin/sh script
to be marked as done.

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Package: kde-l10n-nn
Severity: important
Version: 4:4.2.2-1
User: debian-release@lists.debian.org
Usertags: goal-dash

Hello maintainer,

While performing an archive wide checkbashisms (from the 'devscripts' package)
check I've found your package containing a /bin/sh script making use
of a bashism.

checkbashisms' output:
> possible bashism in ./usr/share/locale/nn/LC_SCRIPTS/kdelibs4/oppdater.sh
> line 37 (echo -e):
> echo -e '\n\n'
> possible bashism in ./usr/share/locale/nn/LC_SCRIPTS/kdelibs4/oppdater.sh
> line 44 (should be 'b = a'):
>   if [ "$tooold" == 0 ]

Not using bash (or a Debian Policy conformant shell interpreter which doesn't
provide such an extra feature) as /bin/sh is likely to lead to errors or
unexpected behaviours.
Please be aware that although bash is currently the default /bin/sh there was
a release goal for Lenny to make dash the default /bin/sh[1], and has been
proposed for squeeze as well[2].

If you want more information about dash as /bin/sh, you can read:

For more information supporting this goal please refer to Debian Policy,
section 10.4, at:

Hints about how to fix bashisms:
Sometimes these bugs are already fixed in Ubuntu, look at the PTS.
If not already fixed you can read:

If you still don't know how to fix the bashisms don't hesitate to reply to
this email, or tag the bug as 'help'.


Thank you,
Raphael Geissert

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Version: 4:4.3.1-1

On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 12:41:59PM -0500, Raphael Geissert wrote:
> forwarded 530108 http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=194681

And ustream fixed it :D Closing since the fix is already in the debian

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