Jesse Young (2018-07-29 12:19): |> >$ execlineb -S1 -c 'echo wrong' |> >execlineb: warning: too few arguments: expecting at least 1 but got 0 |> >wrong |> >``` |> |> It's not an error, it's actually a bugfix. As you can see, the message |> is a "warning", not a "fatal", which means it does not stop the |> program from running. It has always been intended this way.
Oh, I see the usefulness of this for debbuging until right and then using strict when the script is ready. | That switch already exists :). Running execlineb with -W gets the desired result: | $ execlineb -WS1 -c 'echo wrong' | execlineb: fatal: too few arguments: expecting at least 1 but got Thanks! This does what what I want. | I would think this would be equivalent: | $ EXECLINE_STRICT=2 execlineb -S1 -c 'echo wrong' | however, it reverts back to showing a warning. Are the command line option taking precendence? The EXECLINE_STRICT option is not set explicitly on the command line however.