[TxMt] Making sub-shells login shells causes problems in thecurrent beta
Mr Shannon Strachan
rsstrachan at sbcglobal.net
Tue Nov 2 19:36:41 UTC 2004
I'd like to second Chris' argument.
I'm a newbie to TextMate & commandlines and I'm learning by reading the man
pages, of bash in particular. My definition of a hack is: Modifying one
application (by adding 'if' statements to their .bash_profile) to make
another work correctly.
I'm having a difficult enough of a time learning cli, I don't need to add to
Mr. Shannon Strachan
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[mailto:textmate-bounces at lists.macromates.com]On Behalf Of Chris
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 2004 10:20 AM
To: TM Users
Subject: [TxMt] Making sub-shells login shells causes problems in
Allan, I know you made the change to call bash sub-shells with
'--login' in response to people's problems getting their PATHs set
straight, but I'd like to make an argument towards putting it back the
way it was.
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