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Old 11-07-2005, 12:33 PM   #1
Darwish
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Registered: Jun 2005
Location: Egypt (North Africa)
Distribution: Debian Sarge
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Angry $LINENO can't be modified in bash 3.0, while it can be in bash 2.05b


I've noticed that the $LINENO can't be modified in bash 3.0. I made a
script (bash debugger) which modify LINENO to a specific value before
using it, it worked in bash 2.05b. but in bash 3.0, even if i've
changed it's value, it counts from "one" like nothing happened

Ex:
------------------------------------------
#! /bin/bash
LINENO=-2
echo "Line = $LINENO"
echo "Line = $LINENO"
echo "Line = $LINENO"
echo "Line = $LINENO"
-------------------------------------------

*result in bash 2.05b:
Line = -1
Line = 0
Line = 1
Line = 2

*result in bash 3.0:\
Line = 3
Line = 4
Line = 5
Line = 6

Is this a bug ?!! and how to change LINENO value in bash3.0
Thanks for help
 
Old 11-07-2005, 02:57 PM   #2
Darwish
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Distribution: Debian Sarge
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Talking

Well, it's the third time i post a message and i find the reply exactly after sending...
It's not a bug, since bash 3.0 has changed the way it counts the line number
I can't assign a value to LINENO since when u do echo "$LINENO", bash looks to a built in functions not to LINENO itself...
<The answer from the bash bug Usenet group>
 
  


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