> On Jul 19, 2007, at 3:13 PM, Wichmann, Mats D wrote:
>> all fine, but I really wouldn't consider it standard;
>> on hearing about this the other day I quickly checked
>> Mandriva and Opensuse, and neither one of them have it.
> The wrong metric imho. There is no way to find what a shell script
> needs in order to execute. That is a far bigger need than whatever
> RPM has done to bash.
> executabledeps.sh would be re-written in a flash if there was some way
> to find the information not only for bash (and presumably all sheel
> varinats), but also for other shells.
I'm arguing with this claim:
"> At least the bash-requires.patch (which is applied to bash) seems
> to be semi-official
Not with the presence of executabledeps.sh.
Received on Thu Jul 19 21:55:58 2007