[Debian-hebrew-package] Bug#465375: user-he: bashism in /bin/sh script
atomo64 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 04:07:23 UTC 2008
User: debian-release at lists.debian.org
While performing an archive wide checkbashisms (from the 'devscripts' package)
check I've found your package containing a /bin/sh script making
use of a bashism.
> possible bashism in ./usr/bin/hebrew-settings line 46 (alternative test
> command ([[ foo ]] should be [ foo ])): if [[ $timezone == 1 ]]; then
> possible bashism in ./usr/bin/hebrew-settings line 65 (alternative test
> command ([[ foo ]] should be [ foo ])): if [[ $enabled == 0 ]]; then
Not using bash as /bin/sh would lead to errors or unexpected behaviours.
Please be aware that although
bash is currently the default /bin/sh there's a release goal for Lenny to
make dash the default /bin/sh.
If you want more information about dash as /bin/sh, you can read:
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