[Israel.pm] changing the shell called by system()
Madani, Srikanth, VF-DE
Srikanth.Madani at vodafone.com
Fri Aug 26 05:52:13 PDT 2005
On Tuesday 23 August 2005 16:59, Offer Kaye wrote:
> Is there a way to change the shell called by the system() (and
> backticks) command?
> Currently sh is called, I would like to change it to tcsh.
Out of curiousity, why do you need to change it?
If you wish to have access to shell variables set exclusively by a tcsh
login file, or features of the shell not available in /bin/sh, perhaps
you can write the relevant tcsh script (starting with
#!/usr/local/bin/tcsh etc.) and call it via system()?
You can sometimes count every orange on a tree but never all the trees
in a single orange.
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