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Re: [BUG] ERR trap triggered twice when using 'command'

From: Martijn Dekker
Subject: Re: [BUG] ERR trap triggered twice when using 'command'
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2018 18:26:20 +0100
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Op 02-04-18 om 16:47 schreef Nick Chambers:
You should still be providing this information :). How else would
you  expect people to help you.

I'm not looking for help. I'm here to report the bugs in bash that I find, and occasionally to help fix them. That's what this list is for.

     > NickChambers-iMac:~ Nick$ type command
     > command is a shell builtin
     > This means that when you execute `command false`, false is executed
     > in a child subshell and command is executed in the current shell, and
     > both return 1.
It means no such thing.

It means exactly that.

No use in arguing further. You are quite simply wrong.

- M.

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