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[bug#30379] [PATCH] gnu: bash: Don't specify default configuration filen

From: Roel Janssen
Subject: [bug#30379] [PATCH] gnu: bash: Don't specify default configuration filenames.
Date: Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:39:09 +0100
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Attachment: 0001-gnu-bash-Don-t-specify-default-configuration-filenam.patch
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Dear guix,

In bug #29337 I reported a “problem” with our Bash package:  It reads
/etc/bashrc even when it shouldn't, according to its own documentation.
I also compared the behavior of Bash on CentOS to that of Bash on Guix
with the following test:

> On CentOS 7, the following happens (yes, I added the echo-statement to
> /etc/bashrc on CentOS as well):
> $ env - bash --init-file <(echo "echo \"Goodbye, world\"") -i
> Goodbye, world
> On GuixSD:
> $ env - bash --init-file <(echo "echo \"Goodbye, world\"") -i
> Hello, world
> Goodbye, world

I attached the proposed patch (removing -DSYS_BASHRC).  May I push this
to core-updates now, or should I wait for the next core-updates cycle?


Kind regards,
Roel Janssen

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