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In article <3A5B6437.3BC23AD3@metabyte.com>,
Pete Zaitcev <zaitcev@metabyte.com> wrote:
>> o Fix kwhich versus old bash (Pete Zaitcev)
>
>DaveM pointed out that it fixes a non-problem.
>I stepped on a bug with an obscure kernel, I think it
>was 2.2.18-pre3, which called kwhich with several arguments.
>Current kernels call kwhich with one argument at a time,
>so they are not affected.

Yes, but I think it simply puts something right that might be wrong
or at least less portable. So it's correct. Also calling kwhich with
multiple arguments was actually the idea behind the script. Oh well, as
long as it works ...

Mike.
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