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revised How can I disable xtrace and preserve my exit code
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comment How can I disable xtrace and preserve my exit code
I now ask myself why they aren't subshelling these things to begin with...
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comment How can I disable xtrace and preserve my exit code
oh is something about this bash specific? I didn't check, and I don't really have control over the shell they get run in. :/. Though I did test them locally on zsh without issue... (asside from missing log functions)
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comment How can I enter unicode characters on KDE?
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comment How can I enter unicode characters on KDE?
@Gilles for me personally, it's usually about testing software I'm developing. This means I usually don't need the full gammut of characters, because usually fixing one wide character bug will fix the others. At the same time there is some need for variety in testing. The hunt and click option is probably the best, I don't have to type these characters frequently (thus don't have an identified subset), and I don't want to generally spend time going to a website if I don't have to find their codes.