Re: [Circle] Cygwin and declare not found

From: George Greer (
Date: 10/17/01

On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, MrFONZY wrote:

>I believe I have located the problem...
>just read the second line.
>> Just running stock circle30bpl19.
>>>>Running on windows 2000,<<< using cygwin.
>> All I did was unzip,  do a ./configure then a make, then an autorun.
>> Am getting this in the cygwin window: *SNIPPED*

The error isn't with Windows 2000.  If I run 'ash' on a Linux machine I get
something similar:

greerga@moving:~/mud/circle30bpl19$ ash autorun
declare: not found
declare: not found
declare: not found
mv: cannot stat `log/syslog.': No such file or directory
[: -lt: argument expected

$ uname
Linux 2.2.19 #3 SMP Sat Jun 16 13:27:43 EDT 2001 i586 unknown

It's just using Bash extensions when running under non-Bash.  So it should
probably use 'expr' instead of 'declare'.  ash is a minimalistic POSIX
Bourne shell.

George Greer

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