Thanks for this discussion and for the patch.  I have no idea why this
script uses ash instead of sh.  Digging into its history a little bit I see
that it has been unchanged since December 2003, so who knows what I was

It will use /bin/sh in the next release.

On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 09:53:16PM -0500, Antoine Beaupre wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 09:01:21PM -0300, Juan Picca wrote:
> > Closed as not directly related to debian.
> > Thanks Antoine for your comments and sorry for the noise.
> Glad I could be of service.
> And no problem at all for the noise, I believe it was a fine patch, it's
> just we don't need it in Debian specifically. I would suggest you
> contact upstream here:
> They are usually quite supportive and responsive to patches, bug reports
> and suggestions. Don't expect a response immediately, however, they take
> their time, which is fine. :)

Andrew Wood

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