Re: What does echo -c do (as found in dynamic-debug-howto.txt)
From: Rob Landley
Date: Fri Dec 27 2013 - 07:26:27 EST
On 12/26/13 11:38, Alexander Holler wrote:
I've just read Documentation/dynamic-debug-howto.txt (again) and I
wonder what the parameter -c for echo is for (found at lines 94 ff).
Neither echo from coreutils nor the buildin from bash do know the
Huh. No idea.
Annotate points at Jason Baron, whom you've cc'd...
Is that -c a parameter for a buildin echo of one of the various shells,
a typo (looks unlikely) or do I miss something else which make me look a
I've implemented echo for toybox, it has -n and -e support. "man echo"
shows -neE (and -E is one of those pointless gnuisms that doesn't
actualy do anything). man bash shows the echo builtin also has -neE.
No -c anywhere to be found, it's not just you...
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