env command does not work correctly.
Thu Apr 3 20:00:00 GMT 1997
>>>>> "JDR" == John D Robertson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JDR> Platform: Win95 / Intel Release: B17.1
JDR> The "env" command does not set environmental variables as it is
JDR> supposed to. For example:
JDR> env ONE=one TWO=two echo_1_2
JDR> where echo_1_2 is a sh script:
env is a command typically used in csh-like shells. With bash, you
can just say:
ONE=one TWO=two echo_1_2
Under Linux, env works fine with both tcsh and bash. I haven't tried
env with cygwin---I wasn't even aware of its inclusion---and right now
I have no access to my Win95 laptop. But it looks like a bug.
Fabio Somenzi | Phone: 303-492-3466
University of Colorado | Fax: 303-492-2758
ECE Dept. | Email: Fabio@Colorado.EDU
Boulder CO 80309-0425 | WWW: http://vlsi.colorado.edu/~fabio
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