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Lately I've had a hard time to properly review some patches containing sh=
scripts to manage our infrastructure because there's no guidelines. So I =
a wiki page with a proposal . It's made up as a mix of some already ex=
The reason to wrote a bash style guide and not a shell stile guide is bec=
think that bash is widely adopted (default GNU shell) and provides enough=
advantages to sacrifice some portability. I think that most of our mainte=
and management scripts will never be run on non-GNU OSes.
POSIX compliance should be only used when really needed, for example, scr=
build a specific project, that might be run on non-GNU based systems in t=
This thread is to start a discussion about it so please, share your opini=
concerns (and proposals).
Red Hat S.L.
Continuous Integration Engineer - EMEA ENG Virtualization R&D
RHT Global #: 82-62605
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