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[pkgsrc/trunk]: pkgsrc/shells/pbosh shells/pbosh: Update to 20191007
user: micha <micha%pkgsrc.org@localhost>
date: Thu Oct 24 17:08:02 2019 +0000
shells/pbosh: Update to 20191007
Based on SchilyTools Release from 2019-10-07.
- configure: Some shells report a syntax error with "< file (cmd)"
and need the redirection statement to be *after* the command. Our
changes to support the V7 shell by adding round braces caused ash
variants like "dash" to fail.
Thanks to Harald van Dijk for reporting
- cont/cc-config.sh: canged some :>some-file statements into
(:)>some-file. they have meen missed when introducing work arounds
for the V7 Shell on Ultrix that does not support I/O redirection
for builtin commands.
Thanks to Robert Clausecker for reporting
- libschily/comerr.c: If the environment COMERR_EXCODE has been set to
a value that starts with '0', the normal exit code mapping is switched
off, but all potential exit code values != 0 that follow the rule
(excode % 256) == 0
are mapped to -64. This helps to avoid unexpected behavior with
historic shells that still use the old waitpid() and modern
shells (using waitid() but in a backward compatible default mode)
where a program that terminates with
is evaluated in conditional statements as if the exit code was 0.
- Bourne Shell: Missing Makefile.dot added.
- Bourne Shell / bsh / ved: The dotdiles TAR archives are now again named
*/dotfiles.tar.bz2 as the change in the previous release caused
Thanks for Gabriele Balducci balducci%units.it@localhost and Robert Clausecker
- Bourne Shell: Cstyle changes (long lines removed) in io.c & expand.c
- Bourne Shell: Fixed a bug that prevented to forward the special exit
cause (NOTFOUND or NOEXEC) to the vfork() parent process via.
struct siginfo.si_code in some cases. These values are added beyond
the POSIX CLD_* values in siginfo.si_code from the POSIX standard.
They are passed back from the vfork()ed child to the parent via the
shared memory from the vfork() implementation.
- Bourne Shell: introduced shared memory to be able to forward the
special exit cause (NOTFOUND or NOEXEC) to the parent even in case it
used fork() instead of vfork().
- Bourne Shell: Added support for a new automatic parameter "$/" to
complement the existing parameter "$?".
This is a result from a discussion in a POSIX teleconference from
This new parameter returns *decimal numbers* for a normal command
termination and *text* for abnormal command termination:
number<>Exit code from normal termination. This is a signed 32 bit
value from the exit() parameter on POSIX systems and a 8 bit
value on pre-POSIX systems like Linux.
signame>A signal name (see kill -l) if the command has been terminated
by a signal. This is the signal name with the leading "SIG"
NOEXEC<>The command was found but could not be executed, e.g. as
a result of missing permissions or because the name points
to a directory.
NOTFOUND The command could not be found.
Note that currently, the strings "NOEXEC" and "NOTFOUND" are passed
back reliably from vfork(2) childs or when the related state is already
known by the cache. In other cases, the reliability of $/ with respect
to "NOEXEC" and "NOTFOUND" has not yet been verified. It thus may
return 126 or 127 as with $?. The string values "NOEXEC" and "NOTFOUND"
cannot be passed back from a subshell, using only the waitid()
mechanism. To circumvent that problem, from fork()ed subshells,.
shared memory or non-fork()ed virtual subshells would work.
If you detect a complex command where you get 126 or 127 instead of
the exoected "NOEXEC" or "NOTFOUND", please send a report.
We for now choose to use shared memory as this is easier to implement.
Later versions will mosy likely implement virtual fork()less
- Bourne Shell: minor Cstyle changes on word.c and macro.c
- Bourne Shell: New version date
shells/pbosh/Makefile | 6 +++---
shells/pbosh/distinfo | 10 +++++-----
2 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
diffs (29 lines):
diff -r 0f18b8499ee5 -r f9995ab2f08f shells/pbosh/Makefile
--- a/shells/pbosh/Makefile Thu Oct 24 17:04:28 2019 +0000
+++ b/shells/pbosh/Makefile Thu Oct 24 17:08:02 2019 +0000
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.3 2019/10/04 14:07:54 micha Exp $
+# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.4 2019/10/24 17:08:02 micha Exp $
diff -r 0f18b8499ee5 -r f9995ab2f08f shells/pbosh/distinfo
--- a/shells/pbosh/distinfo Thu Oct 24 17:04:28 2019 +0000
+++ b/shells/pbosh/distinfo Thu Oct 24 17:08:02 2019 +0000
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-$NetBSD: distinfo,v 1.3 2019/10/04 14:07:55 micha Exp $
+$NetBSD: distinfo,v 1.4 2019/10/24 17:08:02 micha Exp $
-SHA1 (schily-2019-09-22.tar.bz2) = 5ab0f574cca9f89a225948b3df2918fccc7f06e2
-RMD160 (schily-2019-09-22.tar.bz2) = 70fb7b2b66e85cac7cd94bb6ef92b5ed1cdce2c0
-SHA512 (schily-2019-09-22.tar.bz2) = 83eecb7644ca720a3b1cae69481202a83ff8bf602bf6c0f8bab96f58402adc53fe142802c0d725c63f5109ec4875d99e8f93842fed7efa77d3e23c5cfc97d9e3
-Size (schily-2019-09-22.tar.bz2) = 4460891 bytes
+SHA1 (schily-2019-10-07.tar.bz2) = d9d901bb737bdeb3242aee92259955d7da17e684
+RMD160 (schily-2019-10-07.tar.bz2) = 23c47c0e0d85ce051cb9946718fc6bb87de6977c
+SHA512 (schily-2019-10-07.tar.bz2) = 9d2ce93c104c1027fe96371929b7f78351248b2c73200b7762c7ce5b38ba680f0e8dae7d90d5ce83184a77a5d378890361f4b5c57383f601d0f11aafae5e430f
+Size (schily-2019-10-07.tar.bz2) = 4404621 bytes
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