-On [20000608 03:12], Kris Kennaway ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>Instead of using only alphabetic characters, the patch uses the following
>character set:
>which is not believed to cause any problems with shells. The PID is also

Some shells parse # as a deletion character if memory serves me right.
I think I noticed this behaviour when I started using zsh a few weeks
ago after ksh.

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