Subject: Re: =?iso-8859-1?Q?bin=2F6553:_kill_doesn=B4t_know_-s_option?=
To: Geoff Wing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 12/10/1998 20:23:05
>:i meant the shells that ship with netbsd. although...how many other
>:ways of doing it are there? i can't imagine there are that many
>:differing ways of implementing kill.
> kill -s SIGNAM kill -SIGNAM
> -------------- ------------
>/bin/kill yes yes
>sh (no builtin) (no builtin)
>csh yes yes
>tcsh no yes
>bash yes yes
>zsh yes yes
>rc (plan9) ? ?
>Out of the more commonly used shells, tcsh is the only one the doesn't
>support ``kill -s SIGNAM''. That's for the tcsh author/s to change - if
>they desire to support it.
heh. you forgot the ignominious kill -SIGNUM feature. :)
sh (no builtin) (why not?)
rc (plan9) ?
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