Re: Bash-4.0-rc1 available for FTP

2009-02-02 Thread Dan Nicolaescu
Nicolas niko...@gmail.com writes: Hello, I ran some benchmarks of Bash 4.0-rc1. It is quite impressive! Here are the results. My computer is a Pentium M (running at 600 MHz for the test), running Linux 2.6.26 with libc6 version 2.7 and Debian bash-completion version 20080705.

Re: Bash-4.0-rc1 available for FTP

2009-01-31 Thread Nicolas
Bash versions other than `release' are built with extensive extra arena and allocation checking enabled in the bash malloc. Thanks for pointing this out. Here are the new results: Bash 4.0, with bash malloc: * eval `dircolors`: 0.138s * source /etc/bash_completion: 0.735s Bash 4.0, without

Re: Bash-4.0-rc1 available for FTP

2009-01-12 Thread Matthew Woehlke
Chet Ramey wrote: f. Changed behavior so the shell now acts as if it received an interrupt when a pipeline is killed by SIGINT while executing a list. Does this mean that $ sleep 60 ; do-something ...will no longer run 'do-something' when ctrl-C'd? -- Matthew Please do not quote my

Re: Bash-4.0-rc1 available for FTP

2009-01-12 Thread Chet Ramey
Matthew Woehlke wrote: Chet Ramey wrote: f. Changed behavior so the shell now acts as if it received an interrupt when a pipeline is killed by SIGINT while executing a list. Does this mean that $ sleep 60 ; do-something ...will no longer run 'do-something' when ctrl-C'd? Yes. --

Re: Bash-4.0-rc1 available for FTP

2009-01-12 Thread Matthew Woehlke
Chet Ramey wrote: Matthew Woehlke wrote: Chet Ramey wrote: f. Changed behavior so the shell now acts as if it received an interrupt when a pipeline is killed by SIGINT while executing a list. Does this mean that $ sleep 60 ; do-something ...will no longer run 'do-something' when