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Re: verbosity of DEBUG trap following edit-and-execute-command

From: Ami Fischman
Subject: Re: verbosity of DEBUG trap following edit-and-execute-command
Date: Sun, 5 Apr 2020 17:45:22 -0700

On Sun, Apr 5, 2020 at 12:43 PM Chet Ramey <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hence the discussion topic: should bash disable set -v when executing
> the DEBUG trap, should it do that just while running commands from a
> file while running `fc', or should it continue with its current behavior?

Thanks for clarifying the parameter space.
For my purposes either of the first 2 options would work, but my only use of
DEBUGhas been to muck with terminal state this way, so possibly users of DEBUG
withless-visible side-effects would prefer it to stay as-is. Not sure if such
usages exist orhow to trade-off the use-cases against each other.

Of course, an alternative approach would be to enhance bash with a
nativefacility for coloring emitted command-lines, to obviate the need for DEBUG
in this context.


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