|Subject:||Re: Symbolic link to GNUstep.sh in /etc/profile.d|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Sep 2014 11:12:45 -0400|
Not sure what OS's you're checking, but this is definitely not true. On RHEL, for example, /etc/profile.d/*.sh are sourced by at least /bin/sh, /bin/bash, and /bin/ksh and /etc/profile.d/*.csh are sourced by /bin/tcsh and /bin/csh. In practice, this generally just means:
1) you can just provide equivalent *.csh scripts to get equivalent behavior in those shells
2) you should restrict your syntax in *.sh scripts to the common subset of the standard shells - e.g. don't use 'typeset' (understood only by KSH) or 'declare' (understood only by BASH).
On Sep 16, 2014, at 10:08, Gregory Casamento <address@hidden> wrote:
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