Re: bash syntax
On Sat, 29 Nov 1997, Alan Su wrote:
> Rick Macdonald wrote (Thu, 27 Nov 1997 19:27:13 -0700 (MST) ):
> |>> Yup, you're right; it's probably a bug. This does work:
> |>> ( (ls);(ls))
> |>> Try changing the definition of the helper in Netscape to follow the
> |>> above syntax.
> |>I couldn't find anyplace in Netscape (4.04) where this is configurable.
> |>Have you been able to change this in Netscape?
> Rick is right in this case...you can specify the executable which
> Netscape should use, but the syntax of the command issued to the shell
> is hardcoded.
I finally just got the original bash-2.01.1 source and compiled it. I
replaced /bin/bash and everything seems OK now. The syntax that Netscape
uses works again (it was OK in bash 1.4).
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