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Re: [Help-bash] The difference between 'if cond; then' and 'cond && {'

From: Jesse Hathaway
Subject: Re: [Help-bash] The difference between 'if cond; then' and 'cond && {'
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2018 12:46:15 -0600

On Tue, Dec 4, 2018 at 8:58 AM Greg Wooledge <address@hidden> wrote:
> Then tell us which of these commands you are using in your ill-advised
> hackery, in the THEN-part of an if statement.  And be sure to tell us why.
> Oh wait, never mind.  It's YOU.  You never tell ANYONE why you are doing
> So, forget that part.  Because while it would be to your IMMENSE and
> IMMEDIATE benefit, you are too smug, smarmy, overconfident, cocky and
> stupid to actually perform that exercise.  Just like always.
> Go on, wallow in your continued and irremediable ignorance.  This will
> be my last direct reply to any of your emails, because you are going on
> my email ignore list now.  Congratulations.


Your ad hominem attacks against Peng Yu are deeply unfair, and have
no place on a mailing list dedicated to help people understand and use
bash more effectively. I for one have enjoyed Peng Yu's probing bash
questions, even if I don't have a deep enough grasp of bash to answer
many of them. He has never attacked you personally, please treat him
with respect.

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