Hi Andreas Leha,

Andreas Leha wrote:
> Hi all,
> why is it, that I can not use this code in sh blocks (I get sh: 2: Bad
> substitution), even though it is valid when I run the tangled
> script?  Is this a known thing?
> #+begin_src sh :shebang "#!/bin/bash" :tangle test.sh
>   for i in *.org; do
>       echo cp "$i" "${i/%.org/.bak.org}"
>   done
> #+end_src
> How can I get the above block to execute?

I just copied your block into a fresh "test.org" file, and eval'ed the code

#+begin_src sh :shebang "#!/bin/bash" :tangle test.sh
  for i in *.org; do
      echo cp "$i" "${i/%.org/.bak.org}"

| cp | test-export4.org | test-export4.bak.org |
| cp | test-export5.org | test-export5.bak.org |
| cp | test-export7.org | test-export7.bak.org |

Works perfectly for me, it seems, on:

GNU Emacs (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600) of 2012-01-23 on MARVIN
Org-mode version 7.8.03 (release_7.8.03.410.g77fb)

Best regards,

Sebastien Vauban

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