Re: Hi all, bug or design flaw?
From: AmÃrico Wang
Date: Thu Jan 21 2010 - 21:25:21 EST
On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 10:00 AM, Shu Wu <superwushu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey, buddy, this is not the right place to raise a user-space
> question. But as for your question, you'd better to learn what the "."
> means. "#!/bin/bash" is used to indicate in shell when executed, while
> to be just a comment in the latter.
"." equals to "source", which means sourcing a file, it is the shell
which he is using does this, which is always available by executing
"echo $0" from command line. Yes, shebang is used when executing.
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