java with ash again

Nathan Coulson conathan at conet.dyndns.org
Wed Mar 10 23:20:12 PST 2004


> Nathan Coulson wrote:
>
>>>Nathan Coulson wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>The below patch, ran the script which error'd out with bash.  May it
>>>>serve
>>>>you well, or end up in /dev/null.  either way, enjoy
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>Can you submit this patch to the patches project?
>>>
>>>
>>
>>I can, but one question first
>>
>>The script starts with
>>#!/bin/sh
>>
>>The script was called with
>>
>>sh [script location]
>>
>>my patch [once I find it again], just replaced sh [script location] with
>>bash [script location].
>>
>>Should I change the #!/bin/sh for good measure as well?  or will nobody
>>care about that.
>>
>>
> Don't think it is needed.
>
> BTW, I was doing some research on the bug. FreeBSD uses ash as the
> default shell but they don't seem to have any patch for this behavior.
> Strange!

The problem is only one script, [I think it was on a test (or [ ) line]. 
it's only a compilation issue.  (The script is called in 3 spots, I just
stuck a bash in front)  [These details are off the top of my head, I'll
have the patch later]



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