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Re: RFE? request for an "undefined" attribute for functions

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: RFE? request for an "undefined" attribute for functions
Date: Mon, 02 Aug 2010 16:13:16 -0400
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On 8/1/10 9:10 PM, Linda Walsh wrote:
> I had(have) several functions that I don't use on a regular basis (rarely), 
> that
> I had put into a subdir "func_lib" under my local-definitions directory.
> This came from ksh, which allows you to define functions with an "undef" 
> attribute,
> and at runtime, the first time these functions were referenced,
> Is this something that might have been considered for bash?  It seems like it
> could have some usefulness?

There are several versions of `autoload' in examples/functions.

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