/bin/sh compatibility issue

Johannes Hofmann Johannes.Hofmann at gmx.de
Wed May 10 09:49:11 PDT 2006

joerg at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 03:39:53PM +0000, Johannes Hofmann wrote:
>> The following shell script outputs "false1" with all shells I tried
>> but with /bin/sh on DragonFly. Is this a known incompatibility?
> I have to read the POSIX definitions, but this doesn't look very wrong
> at least. Actually, I can understand this behaviour at the very least.

Yes, but the funny thing is that 

set -e
false && echo "huh?"
echo "false1"
echo "false2"

gives "false1" even with DragonFly /bin/sh.


> Joerg

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