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Re: How to deal with errors in <()?

From: Allodoxaphobia
Subject: Re: How to deal with errors in <()?
Date: 9 Mar 2015 13:11:18 GMT
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On Sun, 8 Mar 2015 22:05:29 +0000, Stephane Chazelas wrote:
> 2015-03-07 18:01:18 -0600, Eduardo A. Bustamante López:
>> > But I am wondering if there is a walkaround to deal with errors in
>> > <(). The ideal behavior should be that if there is a error in <(),
>> > then we should not consider commandA is executed correctly even if its
>> > return status is 0.
>> Again, address your questions to help-bash.
> [...]
> Are bash questions no longer on topic here? bash-bug used to be
> the place to discuss bash (before help-bash was created). It maps to the
> gnu.bash.bug newsgroup. I don't think help-bash maps to usenet
> (though you can access it over NNTP on gmane).
> There's a alt.comp.lang.shell.unix.bourne-bash but it doesn't
> look very lively.


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