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Re: shell : is syntax checking via option -n really working ?



On Monday 25 June 2007 17:13:06 Mathias Brodala wrote:
> Hi Bruno.
>
> Bruno Costacurta, 25.06.2007 17:04:
> > Hello,
> > as I ckeck a script via 'sh -n <file>' I receive the syntax error
> >
> > listserver.tcl: 31: Syntax error: "else" unexpected (expecting "then")
> >
> > However syntax looks good and script execution is fine.
>
> But it’s an TCL script and not a shell script? How do you expect the normal
> shell to understand this script and its syntax?
>
>
> Regards, Mathias

Well...indeed...sorry for my confusion. 

Bye,
Bruno

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