On Tue, 4 Jun 2002 14:55:18 +0100
"Kevin O' Riordan" <kor at compsoc.com> blurted in message
20020604135518.GA14605 at hoth.compsoc.com:
>> On Setting Orange, the 9th day of Confusion, Aidan Kehoe claimed:
> > Ar an 4u la de mi 6, scriobh Brian Foster :
> > > #!/bin/bash #/bin/bash
> > > export COLUMNS=1000 exec ps.real -w "$@"
> > > exec ps.real "$@"
> > As I understand it, the left-hand one of those won't work, because GNU
> > ps _ignores_ terminal settings (of which COLUMNS) is part when writing
> > to a pipe. Of course, my local GNU ps doesn't do any of this at all;
> > $ ps --version
> > procps version 2.0.6
>2.0.7 also seems to behave... ps -efw | less gives me wery long lines..
so, did it get fixed in 2.0.5 or 2.0.6. An exercise for the interested
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