Re: Filename brace expansion in scripts

On Thu, 2010-11-18 at 16:13 +0000, Colin Law wrote:

I see, I don't now know where I got into the habit of putting
usr/bin/env sh there. Somehow I had understood that as the
conventional thing to do.

You can always put #! /usr/bin/env bash which is probably overkill,
since bash is almost always installed in /bin.

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