On 9/17/16 1:27 PM, Felix Janda wrote:
> Hello,
> below this mail you can find a minimal script misbehaving when
> job-control is configured out (tested on linx with different archs,
> libc's, and versions (including current git)).

Yes.  PIPESTATUS doesn't really have any valid values when the shell
is compiled without job control.  The internal machinery to set it
doesn't exist.

> Notice that the configure script disables job-control when a run-time
> test (which could easily be a built-time test) fails. So by default,
> a cross-compiled bash will have this bug.

Which test?

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