[Libreoffice] OpenBSD patch #1

Robert Nagy robert at openbsd.org
Thu Oct 28 02:27:36 PDT 2010

env bash is needed since not every system has it in /bin
(that basically includes everytihng except linux, mac and solaris?)

Maintaining the csh style files are not needed and it just duplicates
the work. If you want to build it, use a bourne-shell or go and download
the binary packages.

On (2010-10-28 11:22), Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> Hi Michael, *,
> On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 11:09 AM, Michael Meeks
> <michael.meeks at novell.com> wrote:
> >
> >        Cloph had the strongest view on this AFAIR - from a Mac / build
> > dependencies perspective.
> No, that's a misunderstanding. I (and Mac) have no problem if
> scripts/the build utilities use bash. (and for the build it is already
> a requirement, so the env bash seems superfluous)
> Where I had doubts is when it comes to forcing the user to work with
> bash as the user's interactive shell (i.e. dropping the csh style
> environment file to source in)
> But then again that wouldn't affect me personally, as I'm using bash
> anyway, and would not touch most of the Mac users either, as nowadays
> bash is the default shell there as well.
> (I don't have and idea how many people use csh)
> ciao
> Christian

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