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Re: Several snapshots on the same system?
Phil Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
|> On Sun, Feb 10, 2002 at 12:21:49AM -0200, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
|> > I'm not sure the GCC docs are the proper place to teach about all
|> > sorts of caveats of Unix shells. The original Bourne shell does not
|> > even handle ~ especially, and other shells such as ksh and bash only
|> > handle ~ especially when it appears unquoted in the beginning of a
|> > command-line argument.
|> Recent versions of bash (I don't know what the minimum version number is)
|> only require the tilde to appear at the beginning of something that could
|> be a path, e.g.,
|> the tilde will not be expanded, but in
|> it will be.
No, it won't. The expansion only occurs as part of an assignment.
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