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Jan
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revised How to remove a positional parameter from $@
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Jan
29
revised How to remove a positional parameter from $@
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Jan
29
asked How to remove a positional parameter from $@
Jan
24
accepted How to get the last argument to a /bin/sh function
Jan
24
revised How to get the last argument to a /bin/sh function
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Jan
24
revised How to get the last argument to a /bin/sh function
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Jan
23
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Jan
23
revised Asked for Terminus, and got TeX Gyre Chorus instead
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Jan
23
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Jan
22
comment How to get the last argument to a /bin/sh function
This question is not about a specific script I'm trying to write, but rather a general how-to. I'm looking for a good recipe for this. Of course, the more portable, the better.
Jan
22
asked How to get the last argument to a /bin/sh function
Jan
20
accepted Can custom locale spec live under ~/?
Jan
19
asked Can custom locale spec live under ~/?
Jan
19
accepted Looking for a (preferably “all-zsh”) alternative to printenv that can handle Unicode in variable names
Jan
19
revised Looking for a (preferably “all-zsh”) alternative to printenv that can handle Unicode in variable names
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Jan
19
comment Looking for a (preferably “all-zsh”) alternative to printenv that can handle Unicode in variable names
Thanks for the links. From them I figured that the problem goes all the way down to the way that Linux stores environment variables in /proc/<pid>/environ. I imagine that printenv just returns the contents of /proc/<pid>/environ; same for env. OTOH, zsh must have the correct names of its variables somewhere, as demonstrated by the echo command in my example...
Jan
19
asked Looking for a (preferably “all-zsh”) alternative to printenv that can handle Unicode in variable names
Jan
18
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
18
accepted Why don't subshell expressions in ~/.zshenv lead to infinite regress?
Jan
18
asked Why don't subshell expressions in ~/.zshenv lead to infinite regress?