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Re: mksh import
On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 10:17:42AM +0100, Adam Hamsik wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I think that it would be good to have at least one modern shell in our base,
> because I use ksh and it's de facto standard I have decided to make a patch
> which adds mksh to our base . Code is BSD licensed, well written and
> maintained which can't be said about our own ksh(There are 15 PRs opened for
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What is the point to add another program and therfore add something which needs
to be maintained and increases the size of the NetBSD base system?
Do we not have enough shells yet?
Why not make it a package and then use it?
Or do you want to replace the current ksh with this version?
If so how compatible is this version?
> I would like to discuss this option to see if something like this would be
> possible. I know that every developer has it's own preference for shell, but
> have at least one modern shell should be priority for all of us.
>  http://www.mirbsd.org/mksh.htm
>  www.netbsd.org/~haad/mksh-r39.bz2
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