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Re: Broken since 1.3.10, or earlier
On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 02:35:04PM +0400, egor duda wrote:
>But that can't be the case on any unix too! Sooner or later system
>reach maximum possible value of pid and will have to turn it over.
It is very unlikely to happen on unix within the timeframe where it
will bother bash.
>Can you point where bash makes such assumptions, and probably this can
>be fixed in bash?
I have traced this through bash in the past enough to convince myself
that it isn't cygwin's fault. However I don't remember details. If it
was a simple fix I would have offered a patch.
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