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Re: RFC: Change to the way sh -x works?
> What "to standard error" means there, that is, which version of stderr,
> isn't clear.
So, can anyone imagine a use case where "follow whatever stderr happens to
be subsequently redirected to" (current behaviour) would make more sense
than "whatever stderr currently points to" (after your change) would make
more sense? Or anything relying on current behaviour?
After your change, would
set -x 2>/dev/stderr
effect the old behaviour?
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