Achim Gratz Stromeko@nexgo.de
Sat Aug 25 15:45:00 GMT 2012

David Sastre Medina writes:
> I'm having this on github now for easier handling.
> Check https://github.com/dsastrem/base-files.git

I've checked the objections raised in this thread and also an older
thread concerning the LC_ALL handling w.r.t. /etc/profile.d and handling
of PS1.  I think these are all valid, patches to do implement them are
attached.  Also, posh didn't run the scripts in /etc/profile.d at all,
which I think is an error even given the limited focus of it.  Also, zsh
runs in sh compatibility mode when it sources /etc/profile, so zsh
extensions shouldn't be used.  I've kept sourcing *.zsh for now since
the only script that comes with the distribution does not use zsh
extensions, but I think it would be cleaner if this wasn't done.  Zsh
might also run in ksh compatibility mode, but I don't know how to check
for that and if it's worth the trouble.

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