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[Bash-announce] New bash maintainer in Red Hat

From: Roman Rakus
Subject: [Bash-announce] New bash maintainer in Red Hat
Date: Wed, 21 May 2008 11:19:19 +0200
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I'm new bash maintainer in Red Hat. I'll be glad if we'll be in close communication contact :)

To this day I have some open bugs in bugzilla.
I have just one question about one bug. For more info see It's a bit hard to reproduce this bug. Stepan Kasal wrote a patch, but I'm not sure if it isn't workaround rather than repair. I recognized that the problem is the variable "COMP_WORDBREAKS" isn't initialized and the bash crash down when we try to change this variable.

how to reproduce: run some terminal and in this terminal (in bash) run directly the script that is changing COMP_WORDBREAKS variable. I have found, that this script must be without '#! /bin/bash' at first line.

So the main question is if the patch isn't workaround?
PS: Isn't there any bash IRC channel?

Thank you.

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