Re: bash guru wanted
* Michael Naumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2003-01-02 00:33]:
>I want my bash to obey eof (^D) only if there are no jobs in the background.
I can't help you with the Bash, but I recommend the Zsh. The Zsh warns
you if you have running jobs, and only exits if you give the command a
second time. You may also disown the process running in the background
and exit anyway.
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