From: Smelly Pooh (plop at domain redbrick.dcu.ie)
Date: Tue 18 Jul 2000 - 19:48:22 IST
In reply to David Neary's flatulent wordings,
> The open-source implementation of Korn shell is called pdksh, and should
> be in a standard installation. If not, it's available from download
> sites in source and binary format.
The official version of the Korn shell is available for download at
www.kornshell.com (you wouldn't think it would you?)
> You might consider trying bash, with the vi option set. It acts like
> Korn shell, and you have to know the 200 different vi commands you need
> to do anything as well. Just set -o vi.
Bash is missing a lot of Korn's syntatic extensions, ZSH supports them all
(and all Bash syntax and a lot of TCSH syntax as well as a lot of its own)
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