On Wed, Oct 06, 2010 at 06:18:05AM -0600, Eric Blake wrote:
>
> Right now, dash gets this wrong:
>
> dash -c 'exec .'; echo $?
> exec: 1: /: Permission denied
> 2
>
> And since you already have the code in dash to detect failure to 'exec'  
> a directory, you should be able to reuse that code when detecting  
> failure to run a directory as a script, as in 'dash .'.

Thanks for the detailed investiagtion!

If someone could send me a patch that does this without bloating
dash too much then I can apply it without feeling too much guilt :)

Cheers,
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