Mac OS X
Wed Aug 1 19:18:01 2001
K, that makes much sense. I've never thought to change that but I will
right away. Even if it doesn't fix the problem.
On Wed, 1 Aug 2001, Lars Hecking wrote:
> Nathan Heagy writes:
> > > One reason for badly supported platforms is often that the developers
> > > have no access to them. Worse if such platforms are sufficiently non-
> > > standard, e.g. crap like zsh in place of The Bourne Shell.
> > First, let's not start a shell holy war. Suffice to say noone with any
> > knowledge of shells would dismiss zsh as crap, especially in comparison to
> > the Bourne Shell.
> Sorry if this was misunderstood. I meant to refer to the fact that a
> non-compatible shell was chosen as /bin/sh. zsh is generally fine as
> an interactive shell.
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