Re: [OT] punctuation (was Re: Configuring w3m for Mozilla)
On Fri, 20 Sep 2002 01:20:21 -0600
email@example.com (Bob Proulx) wrote:
> > > > > I'm curious. In what packages can you find these commands?
> > > > apt-cache show mozilla-browser
> > > I think he was looking for 'type' and 'command', not 'mozilla'.
> Oh, okay. I parsed the grammer the other way. The messages are the
> almost same when the command you are looking for, mozilla in this
> case, is not found.
> > And they're builtin commands if 'bash' is your shell (and maybe
> > others).
> Hopefully lots of others. Those are defined by standards such as
> SUSv3. I expect every standard shell to have them. And by standard
> that does leave out csh. ;-) But any shell that claims to be a
> POSIX shell that could function as /bin/sh on a modern system should
> be good to go for those.
You mean this creature isn't POSIX-compliant? I find tcsh to be a more
powerfull shell than bash (and this from a big GNU fan). e.g. Bash,
unless I under-read the man page, can't do wild-card history searches.