Subject: Re: PR's about which(1)
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From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 04/04/2004 14:28:22
[ On Saturday, April 3, 2004 at 12:19:09 (-0800), Erik E. Fair wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: PR's about which(1)
> At 14:42 -0500 4/3/04, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> >I don't think so. Solaris has a "which" script because their version of
> >"csh" is ancient (i.e. isn't actually "tcsh") and, IIRC, it doesn't have
> >a built-in of the same name like "tcsh" does.
> tcsh is not csh. tcsh is a broken csh.
Indeed. I mentioned tcsh simply because it is where, IIUC, the idea of
having "which" as a built-in originated (I don't know if the
4.4BSD-Lite2 implementation of dowhich() is the same as the one in tcsh).
> This is a real problem on MacOS X.
Hmmmm.... only for csh users, I'd say ;-)
Greg A. Woods
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