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Re: [Savannah-users] Why it seems to be no activity on Savannah?

From: André Z . D . A .
Subject: Re: [Savannah-users] Why it seems to be no activity on Savannah?
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2015 05:53:50 -0300

Yes. I knew it was off-topic. Looking for activity in other projects, me and a 
few friends also found that Savannah seemed a bit unused. This is why I decided 
to post here. Sorry for this.

I'll check the other list, and its answer. I'll recheck why I didn't see it, 
since it has an answer.

Thank you very much for your attention.

> Hello Balaco,
> You have posted to the Savannah users mailing list. This is a mailing
> list concerning operation of the Savannah freedom software forge. But
> you are asking about Bash. Bash is a separate project. You should
> write to the bash project maintainers if you want to discuss bash.
> I see you have already done this. Chet Ramey the bash maintainer
> responded to your message. Did you not get his response? Your
> original message and his response is here:
> There wasn't any follow-up from you in that mailing list. That is the
> right place to talk about the bash project. Either to bug-bash or to
> the help-bash mailing list.
> Bob
> Balaco Baco wrote:
>> About a year ago I reported an issue that I have known Bash has since
>> years ago. No clear solution seems to exist, just work arounds some do
>> for their specific cases.
>> The issue is about duplicate history lines, even with erasedups active:
>> My "solution" is the simple silly, but quite ashaming to say: use
>> HIST*SIZE configs with muuuuch bigger values I would choose otherwise.
>> But the issue makes the configuration pointless since I can't know how
>> many lines of (different) lines my history really has - unless I
>> carefully make/find a script or program to count it. But it should be
>> the config number and that's all.
>> The Savannah issue got no comment, pointer, or any apparent activity. So
>> I decided to ask here. And the results can be everything, but no chance
>> of being worse. So, why not? :)

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