On Jul 27, 2018 12:52 PM, "Profpatsch" <m...@profpatsch.de> wrote:

Why is the main binary named `execlineb` and not `execline`?
What does the `b`-suffix stand for?

I believe the original execline didn't support blocks; then the block
syntax was added as execlineb; and then it turned out that block support is
so useful that having the old version of execline around was pointless.

(On my systems, I link execlineb to execline.)

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