SZEDER Gábor <> writes:

> On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 05:57:00PM -0400, Jeff King wrote:
>> +            COMPREPLY[$i]="${COMPREPLY[$i]}$stripped"
> This reminded me to a mini-series collecting dust in my git repo,
> which converts a few similar var=$var$something constructs to use the
> += append operator instead.

Is the benefit of rewriting it to var+=$something large enough to
worry about the below?

> Now, Bash supports this += append operator since v3.1
> (bash-3.1-alpha1, to be exact), which is around since July 2005, if I
> can trust the mtime at  MSysgit ships
> v3.1 so it already supports this, too.  So, what is the oldest Bash
> version we care about for completion?

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