>I get the impression that a number of people dislike csh, butYup, the gnu project's Born Again Shell ("bash") is an attempt
>have a hard time getting along without job control.
>Anyone care to take a crack at writing an AT&T-free ksh? :-) Tom.
at bashing all the features of sh together with many of those
from both csh and ksh. It is not subject to any AT&T or BSD license,
nor is it subject to any constraints imposed by segmented architectures,
i.e., it won't run on your PC/XT, period. To wit:
$ size bin/bash
text data bss dec hex
188416 16384 10992 215792 34af0
If you have a reasonable computer to run it on, and a compiler
What does this have to do with the original thread of discussion?
Ian Darwin | Segmented architecture is great...
P.S. I don't work for the Free Software Foundation, I just happen
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