bash scripts, I use a lot of
local -r when making variables. That rapidly fills a script and makes the code less readable (and repetitive). Is there a way (like a
set flag at the top of the script) to make all variables
local -r by default?
With the added caveat, it has to work on
3.2.57(1)-release, as I’m on macOS.
I’m pretty sure this isn’t possible, but want to make sure.
Please don’t answer “drop
bash and use a proper scripting language”. I use other scripting languages as well.
bash scripts have their place and I like coding them.