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SubjectRe: [ANNONCE] Kernel Autoconfiguration utility v.0.9.1.2
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William Stearns <wstearns@pobox.com> writes:

|> Good day, Giacomo,
|>
|> On Thu, 15 Feb 2001, Giacomo Catenazzi wrote:
|>
|> > How to use: (now, testing phase)
|> > unpack the files (better: in a new directory)
|> > > bash autoconfigure.sh | less
|> > check the output.
|> > no super user privileges required!
|>
|> Nice work - that's a neat way to do it.
|> One detail; you appear to assume that bash2 is being used. If
|> bash1 is /bin/bash, one gets syntax errors. The following patch allows
|> the script to run under bash1 and bash2, with no noticeable problems.
|>
|> --- autoconfigure.sh-0.9.1.2.orig Wed Feb 14 15:37:30 2001
|> +++ autoconfigure.sh Thu Feb 15 10:59:45 2001
|> @@ -109,7 +109,7 @@
|> }
|> function found () {
|> local conf=CONFIG_$1
|> - if [ "${!conf}" != "y" ]; then
|> + if [ "${conf}" != "y" ]; then
|> define $1 y
|> else
|> debug "$1=y"

This is plain wrong. ${!conf} and ${conf} are completely different
things.

Andreas.

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