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Re: PATH and $0

From: Dave Rutherford
Subject: Re: PATH and $0
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 11:17:22 -0400

On 7/11/06, Cai Qian <address@hidden> wrote:
In some Linux, it will print "/tmp/script.sh", while in other, it will
print "script.sh" only. Which is wrong? If both are fine, is there any
better way to make it portable?

Which do you want?  (Both are fine.)  If you want 'script.sh',
use 'basename' or the Bash equivalent, which I think is '${0##*/}'.
The canonical path would be a bit trickier.


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