On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 07:18:55PM +0100, Michael Goetze wrote:
> Package: keychain
> Version: 2.6.8-2
> Severity: minor
> With zsh 4.3.10, and dash as /bin/sh:
> mgoetze@schubert > which addkeys
> addkeys () {
>       keychain --timeout 480 id_mgoetze.rsa
> }
> mgoetze@schubert > addkeys
> keychain: maximum nested function level reached
> Severity minor because this is easy to workaround by using sh -c keychain.


I built 2.6.8-2 from its source and tested it on:
- an up-to-date Debian testing (soon to be buster) system
- an up-to-date Debian unstable chroot
- a Jessie chroot

It seems that I cannot reproduce the problem with the versions of
dash and zsh in testing, unstable, or jessie. If you still use keychain,
could you check whether invoking it directly from a shell function works
for you now? If it does, it seems that the change was in the shells, not
in keychain itself, so I believe that this bug may be closed. If you
still have problems, let me know how to reproduce them and I'll be glad
to try to take care of them.

Thanks for striving to make Debian better by reporting this problem!


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