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Re: Cygwin/Bash: Some builtins done work in scripts
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: Re: Cygwin/Bash: Some builtins done work in scripts
- From: Jonathon Merz <jmerz42 at earthlink dot net>
- Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 09:41:31 -0500
- References: <3BB9087F000058DB@mail.epost.de>
- Reply-To: jmerz42 at earthlink dot net
Rainer Klute wrote:
> I hope you are the right one to report a bug to I just encountered in Cygwin's
> bash: The builtins pushd, popd and dirs don't work when I use them in a
> script file. The error message is e.g. "pushd: not found". Other builtins,
> like "cd" work in scripts. At the tty the faulty builtins works fine. Its
> just in scripts. (Needless to say that under Unix (Linux) the buildins work
> in scripts.)
> I am using Cygwin 1.3.2-1 and bash 2.05-6. The version number I extracted
> from the setup.log.
Make sure that you have #!/usr/bin/bash on the first line of your script. I
think that if you don't specifically use bash, scripts will be executed using
sh, which does not have pushd, popd, or dirs as builtins. The following
script works fine for me, but if I change the 'bash' to 'sh' or remove the
line all together, I get the "not found" errors.
If you had a million Shakespeares,
could they write like a monkey?
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