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Re: documentation... readonly help is not accurate


From: Gotmy Nick
Subject: Re: documentation... readonly help is not accurate
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2013 17:12:31 +0100

On 4 March 2013 14:51, Chet Ramey <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> This isn't accurate.  Run the following script:
>
> foo()
> {
>         echo foo
> }
> bar=quux
>
> readonly foo
> readonly bar
>
> readonly
>
> In addition to the built-in bash readonly variables, both bar and foo will
> be listed.

Maybe I'm wrong, but this is creating a variable "foo" which is empty.

After this, we can re-declare foo() and it works. For example foo() {
echo bar; }

But trying foo=1 fails (as we created a readonly variable).

Maybe this is more clear to explain what I was stating:

foo1 () { echo foo1; }
readonly -f foo1
foo2=1
readonly foo2
readonly -pf
readonly


Best regards

-- 
IƱigo Tejedor Arrondo



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