Yes, you should contact the darwinports maintainers or whoever botched
that shell script: he may have botched more. That said, I won't cast
the first stone.
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On 27/09/05, Jason Dagit <dagit@...> wrote:
> Oh, that's is weird, on OSX sbcl is just a script. Yeah, just made
> your suggested change and all seems to be well now.
> So I guess the darwinports maintainers are the ones to notify?
> On Sep 27, 2005, at 1:50 PM, Far=E9 wrote:
> > On 27/09/05, Jason Dagit <dagit@...> wrote:
> >> Actually, I was typing the example below directly from bash :(
> > Yes, but is your $(which sbcl) an actual binary, or a lousy script?
> >>> Sounds like you have a wrapper shell script that uses $@ instead of
> >>> "$@", which would work with zsh, but doesn't with sh, bash, etc.
> >>> Been
> >>> there, done that.
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