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Re: mksh import
dennis.c.ferguson%gmail.com@localhost (Dennis Ferguson) writes:
>That's not to say ksh93 isn't interesting, but I don't think the
>fact that it runs that script two or three times faster than
>everything else says too much about anything beyond that script.
The biggest problem with ksh93 is that you don't know what
bug gets replaced with a new bug in the next release. The
code is also very 'interesting' to read, reinvents almost
every wheel and comes with its very own build system.
The second biggest problem with ksh93 is the handling of
here documents. But that's probably true for any ksh, it
is for ours.
Michael van Elst
"A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."
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