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echo $"hgh" evaluation problem

From: Thomas Hedler
Subject: echo $"hgh" evaluation problem
Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2000 14:02:12 +0100

Hi there!

We are trying to establish Linux as an alternative platform
beside Solarix(2.5,2.7) and HP-UX(9,10,11) here.
But trying to run some of our scripts we discovered the following

Linux (bash-2.04, RedHat6.1 /bin/bash2):
> echo $
> echo $"hi"

Linux (bash-1.14,Solaris(all),Hp-UX(all)):
> echo $
> echo $"hi"

This looks like a bug!

In the README you have said that you need the following information:

        * the version number and release status of Bash (e.g., 2.01-release)
bash 2.04

        * the machine and OS that it is running on (look at the file
          `.made' in the bash build directory)
i686-gnu-linux RedHat 6.1

        * a list of the compilation flags or the contents of `config.h', if
Sorry in the moment I have a NFS problem...

        * a description of the bug
see above

        * a recipe for recreating the bug reliably
see above

        * a fix for the bug if you have one!
sorry I don't have one yet.


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