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Re: base.tgz no longer contains './bin/[' (in HEAD and netbsd-7)
Oops, I should've just tested this- it appears that "[" is a built-in on my
current machines. I misunderstood and thought that the "[" command wasn't
included at all in the source tree due to a recent commit error (implying
that all shell scripts that depended on it would break). Apologies.
From: John D. Baker
Sent: Saturday, October 25, 2014 6:19 AM
Subject: Re: base.tgz no longer contains './bin/[' (in HEAD and netbsd-7)
On Sat, 25 Oct 2014 02:29:01 -0400, "William D. Jones"
For the time being, does anyone know offhand the date of the most
recent CVS commit in current that successfully compiles and does NOT
have this problem?
I have a machine on which I've routinely updated -current and it shows:
$ ls -laF /bin/[
-r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 10880 Sep 28 2012 /bin/[*
$ ls -laF /bin/test
-r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 12082 Oct 15 22:25 /bin/test*
So, the last time '/bin/[' was in "base.tgz" was just over two years
Trawling back through source-changes@, a likely candidate for the
problem appear to be in a group of commits affecting 'mtree' on
5 October 2012, particularly:
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