From: Tim Goodwin <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Anybody use `rc -s'? Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1999 05:13:29 -0500 [thread overview] Message-ID: <AAAYXDalrEkACeSemail@example.com> (raw) A discussion has arisen between myself and a trusty beta tester over the `-s' flag. This flag was new (and undocumented) in rc-1.5betadev1; it causes rc to put any arguments into $* (instead of treating them as files to be read); rc then reads from standard input. At present, `-s' implies `-i', and we suspect that this is wrong. I would be interested to hear from anybody who is actually using `rc -s' (or `sh -s', for that matter), since we're having trouble coming up with any realistic examples. Any comments appreciated. Tim. P.S. I've received a small amount of feedback on rc-1.5b4, which has all been positive. More feedback (especially if you've run into problems with it) is always welcome!
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