On 31 October 2011 16:08, Tres Seaver email@example.com wrote:
On 10/31/2011 11:50 AM, Carl Meyer wrote:
I have no problem including the basic posix/nt activate scripts if no one else is concerned about the added maintenance burden there.
I'm not sure that my cross-shell-scripting fu is sufficient to write posix/activate in a cross-shell-compatible way; I use bash and am not very familiar with other shells. If it runs under /bin/sh is that sufficient to make it compatible with "all Unix shells" (for some definition of "all")? If so, I can work on this.
I would say this is a perfect "opportunity to delegate," in this case to the devotees of other cults^Wshells than bash.
For Windows, can you point me at the nt scripts? If they aren't too complex, I'd be willing to port to Powershell.