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Re: Second trap invocation is ignored?


From: Scott Bronson
Subject: Re: Second trap invocation is ignored?
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2015 07:46:21 -0700

On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 6:10 AM, Eduardo A. Bustamante López
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Read about set -T in the manual.

Hi, I did, over and over.  :)  I didn't see anything about -T being
unnecessary the first time you set a trap from a sourced script, but
being required every time thereafter.

(quick parentheses: I'm not quite sure if sourcing a file is supposed
to share ALL script contexts, or be more like calling a function.  If
the former, -T would never be required, and if the latter, -T would
always be required.  Just curious, is this documented anywhere?)


> Also, you have an error in your trap
> definition. The $1 inside "..." will expand at *definition* time, not when the
> trap is executed. See:

But I want it to expand at definition time.  That makes it easy to see
if the trap call worked or not.

Here's the bug with explicit expansion:

   echo "trap 'echo first' DEBUG" > script1
   echo "trap 'echo second' DEBUG" > script2
   . ./script1
   . ./script2

I would expect the trap calls in script1 and script2 to behave
identically.  Instead, script1's trap is set, but script2's trap is
ignored.

Thanks for the reply.

    - Scott



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