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Re: heads-up: sh changes (perhaps fragility)
from Robert Elz:
Date: Sun, 4 Jun 2017 15:52:41 -0700
From: bch <brad.harder%gmail.com@localhost>
| I filed bin/52272 for this.
> Thanks for the reports - an off-by-one ... (I don't use ~ expansions
> much, so hadn't noticed this). It will be fixed as soon as my test-build
> However I have another report (private mail) of a different problem which
> might be more serious, so you should all use care with -current's sh at the
> Somewhat a pity that netbsd-8 was branched at exactly the wrong time...
I didn't know about the netbsd-8 branch until your message, and then I saw, a few messages down,
NetBSD source update / daily CVS update output.
Now I don't know which branch to stay with, lean toward staying with current, but may wait until I hear better news about sh.
I can update FreeBSD 11.0-STABLE in the meantime while I wait for FreeBSD-current bugs associated with 64-bit inodes to be fixed.
I was taken by surprise at the time of netbsd-7 branch when I thought I was building NetBSD 6.99.46 or whatever, and I was updating to 7.99.1.
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