Subject: Re: CVS commit: basesrc/bin/ksh
To: Joerg Klemenz <email@example.com>
From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/29/2002 15:28:22
[ On Sunday, September 29, 2002 at 17:40:33 (+0000), Joerg Klemenz wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: CVS commit: basesrc/bin/ksh
> All of this hacks are only needed because of ksh's lack of a "real" rc
$ENV _is_ the "real rc file" for ksh (and POSIX sh)!!!!
> To make things even worse, there's no way that I know of to load
> defaults for non-interactive non-logged-in shells.
You really should look at the complete working files I define. It is
not difficult at all to detect the difference between interactive and
non-interactive shells from within the $ENV script. The nifty trick I
use for ksh simply assumes one doesn't need any $ENV script for
non-interactive shells, but obviously there's more than one way to do
> The retarded $ENV
> construct assumes that the user is logged in when he starts a
> non-interactive shell.
That's pure B.S. If you can't start a non-interactive shell with preset
environment variables then you should fix whatever facility you're using
to start such shells because it is broken by definition.
Greg A. Woods
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