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Re: PATCH: fixes to BASHOPT and -O optname behavior

From: Chet Ramey
Subject: Re: PATCH: fixes to BASHOPT and -O optname behavior
Date: Fri, 6 May 2016 11:31:19 -0400
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On 5/1/16 3:24 AM, Grisha Levit wrote:
> Please consider the patch below, which fixes the following:
> * When starting a shell with both $BASHOPTS in the environment and -O
> optname options, processing of environmental $BASHOPTS was blocked due to
> the variable already being present and readonly by this time.
> * When extdebug was toggled, it caused toggling only of functrace, not of
> both functrace and errtrace, as described in the docs
> * When extdebug was toggled, SHELLOPTS were not being updated to reflect
> the new err/functrace state
> * When the shell did not enable extdebug due to the debugger init file not
> being present, $BASHOPTS was not being updated to reflect this change.

Thanks for the fix.  This will be in bash-4.4.


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