On 11/06/2014 12:30, Fabian Keil wrote:
> Eric van Gyzen <e...@vangyzen.net> wrote:
>> In sh, if I use a single statement to declare a local variable and
>> assign the output of a command to it, the exit status of that command is
>> lost.  For example:
>>     should_return_false() {
>>         local var1=`false`
>>     }
>> The function should return non-zero, but it returns zero.
> The function should return the return code of the last command.
> In your example, the last command is "local".

Fair enough.  What about errexit?  The shell ran a command whose exit
status was not tested, that status was failure, yet the shell did not exit.

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