[TxMt] Re: zsh instead of bash

Iain Barnett iainspeed at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 20:05:56 UTC 2010

Thanks for replying.

I've fixed it, but I'm not sure why it didn't originally work with exec().I have a command that straightens curly single quotes,

perl -p -e 's/’/''/g;'

This works with zsh (in the terminal) because I've set the option RC_QUOTE so the double quote within the quotes will become a single one.

I've ended up with this:

perl -p -e 's/’/\047/g;'

which works, but it took me a while to figure. I could've written it straight into perl I suppose, but since the command line options write half the code for me that feels like a poor substitute. Is there no way to make zsh the default?


On 29 Jul 2010, at 19:22, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 29 Jul 2010, at 19:29, Iain Barnett wrote:
>> I've tried adding #!/bin/zsh at the top of commands but that just runs them through bash first and it's altering some of the commands along the way.
> That should do it. Can you give a step-by-step of what you tried?
> TextMate only use bash if there is no shebang, if there is a shebang, it hands the command to exec().
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