Sat Mar 20 06:33:30 PDT 2010
Jesse Phillips Wrote:
> Spacen Jasset wrote:
> > then presumably the syntax you are using is a bashism?. You could also
> > say something like:
> > system("bash mkdir -p " ~ path);
> > Messing with your sh symlink may have some undesired consequences.
> Actually, not messing with it will have undesired consequences. Lots of
> scripts assume sh points to bash. Though he should still change his code
> so he isn't one of those doing the assuming.
> I think someone wanted to restore that scripts be sh complient when they
> claim to use it, so dash became the default.
Yes this can be true. In April i start an update from Kubuntu 8.04 LTS to
Kubuntu 10.04 LTS.
By the way, the line system("mkdir -p " ~ path); comes from project
It's a cool project, and i have make succesfully deb files for dmd 2.041.
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