Subject: Re: problem in R.sh.in script (PR#273)
From: Peter Dalgaard BSA (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 10 Sep 1999 - 17:45:20 EST
> I'm Sorry. I made a mistake. In above environment, R script
> has no problem. The problem is in following environment.
> May be, /bin/sh is incompatible.
It *does* have a problem on Linux too, it just doesn't protest quite
$ R -d gdb
shift: shift count must be <= $#
GNU gdb 126.96.36.199 with Linux support
I fixed this for 0.65.1 a couple of days ago.
PS to everyone: When you follow up on a Problem Report, please make
sure that you include the original PR# in the subject field so that yo
don't open a new PR#. This is easily done by 'reply' in most mailers.
And please also avoid sending reports both to r-bugs and the
mailinglists (where they will appear with no PR# and subsequent
discussion will not get filed.)
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