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authorMichael Mair-Keimberger <m.mairkeimberger@gmail.com>2017-10-10 13:35:55 +0200
committerPatrice Clement <monsieurp@gentoo.org>2017-10-20 09:44:59 +0200
commit488872bd2a698af501f88470badb5a67bdb3b4b6 (patch)
tree2be0df438567b76d53095c126bce2e4c48b03bff /app-shells
parentapp-editors/nvi: clean up old. (diff)
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app-shells/dash: remove unused patch.
Closes: https://github.com/gentoo/gentoo/pull/5905
Diffstat (limited to 'app-shells')
-rw-r--r--app-shells/dash/files/dash-0.5.9-dumb-echo.patch93
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 93 deletions
diff --git a/app-shells/dash/files/dash-0.5.9-dumb-echo.patch b/app-shells/dash/files/dash-0.5.9-dumb-echo.patch
deleted file mode 100644
index 9bcf6e65a8a..00000000000
--- a/app-shells/dash/files/dash-0.5.9-dumb-echo.patch
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,93 +0,0 @@
-http://bugs.gentoo.org/337329
-http://bugs.gentoo.org/527848
-
-there's no requirement for `echo` to support escape sequences. bash, by default,
-does not, while dash always does. POSIX permits either behavior:
-http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/echo.html
-
-however, since the behavior is not portable, no one should be relying on echo
-having any specific behavior. they should use `printf` when they want an escape
-sequence. it also makes dash smaller & faster to disable this logic entirely.
-
---- a/src/bltin/printf.c
-+++ b/src/bltin/printf.c
-@@ -442,21 +442,12 @@
- int
- echocmd(int argc, char **argv)
- {
-- int nonl;
--
-- nonl = *++argv ? equal(*argv, "-n") : 0;
-- argv += nonl;
--
-- do {
-- int c;
--
-- if (likely(*argv))
-- nonl += print_escape_str("%s", NULL, NULL, *argv++);
-- if (nonl > 0)
-- break;
--
-- c = *argv ? ' ' : '\n';
-- out1c(c);
-- } while (*argv);
-+ int i;
-+ for (i = 1; i < argc; ++i) {
-+ outstr(argv[i], out1);
-+ if (i < argc - 1)
-+ outc(' ', out1);
-+ }
-+ outc('\n', out1);
- return 0;
- }
---- a/src/dash.1
-+++ b/src/dash.1
-@@ -1182,43 +1182,15 @@
- option turns off the effect of any preceding
- .Fl P
- options.
--.It Xo echo Op Fl n
-+.It Xo echo
- .Ar args...
- .Xc
- Print the arguments on the standard output, separated by spaces.
--Unless the
--.Fl n
--option is present, a newline is output following the arguments.
--.Pp
--If any of the following sequences of characters is encountered during
--output, the sequence is not output. Instead, the specified action is
--performed:
--.Bl -tag -width indent
--.It Li \eb
--A backspace character is output.
--.It Li \ec
--Subsequent output is suppressed. This is normally used at the end of the
--last argument to suppress the trailing newline that
--.Ic echo
--would otherwise output.
--.It Li \ef
--Output a form feed.
--.It Li \en
--Output a newline character.
--.It Li \er
--Output a carriage return.
--.It Li \et
--Output a (horizontal) tab character.
--.It Li \ev
--Output a vertical tab.
--.It Li \e0 Ns Ar digits
--Output the character whose value is given by zero to three octal digits.
--If there are zero digits, a nul character is output.
--.It Li \e\e
--Output a backslash.
--.El
- .Pp
--All other backslash sequences elicit undefined behaviour.
-+No arguments or backslash sequences are supported as they are not portable.
-+They will be printed out exactly as passed in.
-+.Pp
-+You can replace `echo -n ...` with the portable `printf %s ...` construct.
- .It eval Ar string ...
- Concatenate all the arguments with spaces.
- Then re-parse and execute the command.