r1359 - / trunk/patches

jim at linuxfromscratch.org jim at linuxfromscratch.org
Wed Apr 12 12:39:24 PDT 2006


Author: jim
Date: 2006-04-12 13:39:23 -0600 (Wed, 12 Apr 2006)
New Revision: 1359

Added:
   trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-7.patch
Removed:
   trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-6.patch
Modified:
   /
Log:
 r2826 at server (orig r1359):  jim | 2006-04-12 10:21:01 -0700
 Updated to -7 bash patch



Property changes on: 
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Name: svk:merge
   - b6734a72-470d-0410-b049-f317dca95413:/:1358
   + b6734a72-470d-0410-b049-f317dca95413:/:1359

Deleted: trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-6.patch
===================================================================
--- trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-6.patch	2006-04-12 19:38:35 UTC (rev 1358)
+++ trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-6.patch	2006-04-12 19:39:23 UTC (rev 1359)
@@ -1,568 +0,0 @@
-Submitted By: Matthew Burgess (matthew at linuxfromscratch dot org)
-Date: 2006-03-18
-Initial Package Version: 3.1
-Origin: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-3.1-patches/
-Upstream Status: From Upstream 
-Description: Contains patches 001-014 from upstream
-
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/bash.1 bash-3.1/doc/bash.1
---- bash-3.1.orig/doc/bash.1	2005-10-12 15:40:52.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/doc/bash.1	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -6,12 +6,12 @@
- .\"	Case Western Reserve University
- .\"	chet at po.cwru.edu
- .\"
--.\"	Last Change: Sat Aug 27 13:28:44 EDT 2005
-+.\"	Last Change: Wed Dec 28 19:58:45 EST 2005
- .\"
- .\" bash_builtins, strip all but Built-Ins section
- .if \n(zZ=1 .ig zZ
- .if \n(zY=1 .ig zY
--.TH BASH 1 "2005 Aug 27" "GNU Bash-3.1-beta1"
-+.TH BASH 1 "2005 Dec 28" "GNU Bash-3.1"
- .\"
- .\" There's some problem with having a `@'
- .\" in a tagged paragraph with the BSD man macros.
-@@ -677,8 +677,8 @@
- .B nocasematch
- is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
- of alphabetic characters.
--The return value is 0 if the string matches or does not match
--the pattern, respectively, and 1 otherwise.
-+The return value is 0 if the string matches (\fB==\fP) or does not match
-+(\fB!=\fP) the pattern, and 1 otherwise.
- Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be matched as a
- string.
- .if t .sp 0.5
-@@ -807,6 +807,12 @@
- as for pathname expansion (see
- .B Pathname Expansion
- below).
-+The \fIword\fP is expanded using tilde
-+expansion, parameter and variable expansion, arithmetic substituion,
-+command substitution, process substitution and quote removal.
-+Each \fIpattern\fP examined is expanded using tilde
-+expansion, parameter and variable expansion, arithmetic substituion,
-+command substitution, and process substitution.
- If the shell option
- .B nocasematch
- is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
-@@ -8484,7 +8490,7 @@
- returns true if any of the arguments are found, false if
- none are found.
- .TP
--\fBulimit\fP [\fB\-SHacdflmnpstuv\fP [\fIlimit\fP]]
-+\fBulimit\fP [\fB\-SHacdfilmnpqstuvx\fP [\fIlimit\fP]]
- Provides control over the resources available to the shell and to
- processes started by it, on systems that allow such control.
- The \fB\-H\fP and \fB\-S\fP options specify that the hard or soft limit is
-@@ -8523,6 +8529,9 @@
- .B \-f
- The maximum size of files created by the shell
- .TP
-+.B \-i
-+The maximum number of pending signals
-+.TP
- .B \-l
- The maximum size that may be locked into memory
- .TP
-@@ -8536,6 +8545,9 @@
- .B \-p
- The pipe size in 512-byte blocks (this may not be set)
- .TP
-+.B \-q
-+The maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues
-+.TP
- .B \-s
- The maximum stack size
- .TP
-@@ -8547,6 +8559,9 @@
- .TP
- .B \-v
- The maximum amount of virtual memory available to the shell
-+.TP
-+.B \-x
-+The maximum number of file locks
- .PD
- .PP
- If
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/bashref.texi bash-3.1/doc/bashref.texi
---- bash-3.1.orig/doc/bashref.texi	2005-10-03 19:07:21.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/doc/bashref.texi	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -961,8 +961,8 @@
- (see the description of @code{shopt} in @ref{Bash Builtins})
- is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
- of alphabetic characters.
--The return value is 0 if the string matches or does not match
--the pattern, respectively, and 1 otherwise.
-+The return value is 0 if the string matches (@samp{==}) or does not
-+match (@samp{!=})the pattern, and 1 otherwise.
- Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be matched as a
- string.
- 
-@@ -2598,7 +2598,7 @@
- Builtin commands are necessary to implement functionality impossible
- or inconvenient to obtain with separate utilities.
- 
--This section briefly the builtins which Bash inherits from
-+This section briefly describes the builtins which Bash inherits from
- the Bourne Shell, as well as the builtin commands which are unique
- to or have been extended in Bash.
- 
-@@ -3833,7 +3833,7 @@
- @item ulimit
- @btindex ulimit
- @example
--ulimit [-acdflmnpstuvSH] [@var{limit}]
-+ulimit [-acdfilmnpqstuvxSH] [@var{limit}]
- @end example
- @code{ulimit} provides control over the resources available to processes
- started by the shell, on systems that allow such control.  If an
-@@ -3857,6 +3857,9 @@
- @item -f
- The maximum size of files created by the shell.
- 
-+ at item -i
-+The maximum number of pending signals.
-+
- @item -l
- The maximum size that may be locked into memory.
- 
-@@ -3869,6 +3872,9 @@
- @item -p
- The pipe buffer size.
- 
-+ at item -q
-+The maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues.
-+
- @item -s
- The maximum stack size.
- 
-@@ -3881,6 +3887,9 @@
- @item -v
- The maximum amount of virtual memory available to the process.
- 
-+ at item -x
-+The maximum number of file locks.
-+
- @end table
- 
- If @var{limit} is given, it is the new value of the specified resource;
-@@ -4089,8 +4098,8 @@
- Print shell input lines as they are read.
- 
- @item -x
--Print a trace of simple commands, \fBfor\fP commands, \fBcase\fP
--commands, \fBselect\fP commands, and arithmetic \fBfor\fP commands
-+Print a trace of simple commands, @code{for} commands, @code{case}
-+commands, @code{select} commands, and arithmetic @code{for} commands
- and their arguments or associated word lists after they are
- expanded and before they are executed.  The value of the @env{PS4}
- variable is expanded and the resultant value is printed before
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/version.texi bash-3.1/doc/version.texi
---- bash-3.1.orig/doc/version.texi	2005-09-20 18:52:56.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/doc/version.texi	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
- Copyright (C) 1988-2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
- @end ignore
- 
-- at set LASTCHANGE Mon Sep  5 11:47:04 EDT 2005
-+ at set LASTCHANGE Fri Dec 30 10:50:51 EST 2005
- 
-- at set EDITION 3.1-beta1
-- at set VERSION 3.1-beta1
-- at set UPDATED 5 September 2005
-- at set UPDATED-MONTH September 2005
-+ at set EDITION 3.1
-+ at set VERSION 3.1
-+ at set UPDATED 30 December 2005
-+ at set UPDATED-MONTH December 2005
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/jobs.c bash-3.1/jobs.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/jobs.c	2005-11-12 04:13:27.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/jobs.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -619,8 +619,11 @@
- 	   * once in the parent and once in each child.  This is where
- 	   * the parent gives it away.
- 	   *
-+	   * Don't give the terminal away if this shell is an asynchronous
-+	   * subshell.
-+	   *
- 	   */
--	  if (job_control && newjob->pgrp)
-+	  if (job_control && newjob->pgrp && (subshell_environment&SUBSHELL_ASYNC) == 0)
- 	    give_terminal_to (newjob->pgrp, 0);
- 	}
-     }
-@@ -844,9 +847,10 @@
- realloc_jobs_list ()
- {
-   sigset_t set, oset;
--  int nsize, i, j;
-+  int nsize, i, j, ncur, nprev;
-   JOB **nlist;
- 
-+  ncur = nprev = NO_JOB;
-   nsize = ((js.j_njobs + JOB_SLOTS - 1) / JOB_SLOTS);
-   nsize *= JOB_SLOTS;
-   i = js.j_njobs % JOB_SLOTS;
-@@ -854,17 +858,51 @@
-     nsize += JOB_SLOTS;
- 
-   BLOCK_CHILD (set, oset);
--  nlist = (JOB **) xmalloc (nsize * sizeof (JOB *));
-+  nlist = (js.j_jobslots == nsize) ? jobs : (JOB **) xmalloc (nsize * sizeof (JOB *));
-+
-   for (i = j = 0; i < js.j_jobslots; i++)
-     if (jobs[i])
--      nlist[j++] = jobs[i];
-+      {
-+	if (i == js.j_current)
-+	  ncur = j;
-+	if (i == js.j_previous)
-+	  nprev = j;
-+	nlist[j++] = jobs[i];
-+      }
-+
-+#if defined (DEBUG)
-+  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: resize jobs list from %d to %d", js.j_jobslots, nsize);
-+  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: j_lastj changed from %d to %d", js.j_lastj, (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0);
-+  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: j_njobs changed from %d to %d", js.j_njobs, (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0);
-+#endif
- 
-   js.j_firstj = 0;
--  js.j_lastj = (j > 0) ? j - 1: 0;
-+  js.j_lastj = (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0;
-+  js.j_njobs = j;
-   js.j_jobslots = nsize;
- 
--  free (jobs);
--  jobs = nlist;
-+  /* Zero out remaining slots in new jobs list */
-+  for ( ; j < nsize; j++)
-+    nlist[j] = (JOB *)NULL;
-+
-+  if (jobs != nlist)
-+    {
-+      free (jobs);
-+      jobs = nlist;
-+    }
-+
-+  if (ncur != NO_JOB)
-+    js.j_current = ncur;
-+  if (nprev != NO_JOB)
-+    js.j_previous = nprev;
-+
-+  /* Need to reset these */
-+  if (js.j_current == NO_JOB || js.j_previous == NO_JOB || js.j_current > js.j_lastj || js.j_previous > js.j_lastj)
-+    reset_current ();
-+
-+#ifdef DEBUG
-+  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: reset js.j_current (%d) and js.j_previous (%d)", js.j_current, js.j_previous);
-+#endif
- 
-   UNBLOCK_CHILD (oset);
- }
-@@ -1655,7 +1693,7 @@
- 	     In this case, we don't want to give the terminal to the
- 	     shell's process group (we could be in the middle of a
- 	     pipeline, for example). */
--	  if (async_p == 0 && pipeline_pgrp != shell_pgrp)
-+	  if (async_p == 0 && pipeline_pgrp != shell_pgrp && ((subshell_environment&SUBSHELL_ASYNC) == 0))
- 	    give_terminal_to (pipeline_pgrp, 0);
- 
- #if defined (PGRP_PIPE)
-@@ -2198,7 +2236,11 @@
-   /* This is possibly a race condition -- should it go in stop_pipeline? */
-   wait_sigint_received = 0;
-   if (job_control == 0)
--    old_sigint_handler = set_signal_handler (SIGINT, wait_sigint_handler);
-+    {
-+      old_sigint_handler = set_signal_handler (SIGINT, wait_sigint_handler);
-+      if (old_sigint_handler == SIG_IGN)
-+	set_signal_handler (SIGINT, old_sigint_handler);
-+    }
- 
-   termination_state = last_command_exit_value;
- 
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/display.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/display.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/display.c	2005-11-30 19:05:02.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/display.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -1983,11 +1983,15 @@
-      int pchar;
- {
-   int len;
--  char *pmt;
-+  char *pmt, *p;
- 
-   rl_save_prompt ();
- 
--  if (saved_local_prompt == 0)
-+  /* We've saved the prompt, and can do anything with the various prompt
-+     strings we need before they're restored.  We want the unexpanded
-+     portion of the prompt string after any final newline. */
-+  p = rl_prompt ? strrchr (rl_prompt, '\n') : 0;
-+  if (p == 0)
-     {
-       len = (rl_prompt && *rl_prompt) ? strlen (rl_prompt) : 0;
-       pmt = (char *)xmalloc (len + 2);
-@@ -1998,19 +2002,17 @@
-     }
-   else
-     {
--      len = *saved_local_prompt ? strlen (saved_local_prompt) : 0;
-+      p++;
-+      len = strlen (p);
-       pmt = (char *)xmalloc (len + 2);
-       if (len)
--	strcpy (pmt, saved_local_prompt);
-+	strcpy (pmt, p);
-       pmt[len] = pchar;
-       pmt[len+1] = '\0';
--      local_prompt = savestring (pmt);
--      prompt_last_invisible = saved_last_invisible;
--      prompt_visible_length = saved_visible_length + 1;
--    }
-+    }  
- 
-+  /* will be overwritten by expand_prompt, called from rl_message */
-   prompt_physical_chars = saved_physical_chars + 1;
--
-   return pmt;
- }
- 
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/readline.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/readline.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/readline.c	2005-07-05 02:29:35.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/readline.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -282,6 +282,7 @@
- {
-   FREE (rl_prompt);
-   rl_prompt = prompt ? savestring (prompt) : (char *)NULL;
-+  rl_display_prompt = rl_prompt ? rl_prompt : "";
- 
-   rl_visible_prompt_length = rl_expand_prompt (rl_prompt);
-   return 0;
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/terminal.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/terminal.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/terminal.c	2005-11-13 01:46:54.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/terminal.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
- static char *_rl_visible_bell;
- 
- /* Non-zero means the terminal can auto-wrap lines. */
--int _rl_term_autowrap;
-+int _rl_term_autowrap = -1;
- 
- /* Non-zero means that this terminal has a meta key. */
- static int term_has_meta;
-@@ -274,6 +274,9 @@
- _rl_set_screen_size (rows, cols)
-      int rows, cols;
- {
-+  if (_rl_term_autowrap == -1)
-+    _rl_init_terminal_io (rl_terminal_name);
-+
-   if (rows > 0)
-     _rl_screenheight = rows;
-   if (cols > 0)
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/parse.y bash-3.1/parse.y
---- bash-3.1.orig/parse.y	2005-11-12 04:14:18.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/parse.y	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -2716,6 +2716,7 @@
- #define P_ALLOWESC	0x02
- #define P_DQUOTE	0x04
- #define P_COMMAND	0x08	/* parsing a command, so look for comments */
-+#define P_BACKQUOTE	0x10	/* parsing a backquoted command substitution */
- 
- static char matched_pair_error;
- static char *
-@@ -2725,12 +2726,12 @@
-      int *lenp, flags;
- {
-   int count, ch, was_dollar, in_comment, check_comment;
--  int pass_next_character, nestlen, ttranslen, start_lineno;
-+  int pass_next_character, backq_backslash, nestlen, ttranslen, start_lineno;
-   char *ret, *nestret, *ttrans;
-   int retind, retsize, rflags;
- 
-   count = 1;
--  pass_next_character = was_dollar = in_comment = 0;
-+  pass_next_character = backq_backslash = was_dollar = in_comment = 0;
-   check_comment = (flags & P_COMMAND) && qc != '\'' && qc != '"' && (flags & P_DQUOTE) == 0;
- 
-   /* RFLAGS is the set of flags we want to pass to recursive calls. */
-@@ -2742,11 +2743,8 @@
-   start_lineno = line_number;
-   while (count)
-     {
--#if 0
--      ch = shell_getc ((qc != '\'' || (flags & P_ALLOWESC)) && pass_next_character == 0);
--#else
--      ch = shell_getc (qc != '\'' && pass_next_character == 0);
--#endif
-+      ch = shell_getc (qc != '\'' && pass_next_character == 0 && backq_backslash == 0);
-+
-       if (ch == EOF)
- 	{
- 	  free (ret);
-@@ -2771,9 +2769,16 @@
- 	  continue;
- 	}
-       /* Not exactly right yet */
--      else if (check_comment && in_comment == 0 && ch == '#' && (retind == 0 || ret[retind-1] == '\n' || whitespace (ret[retind -1])))
-+      else if MBTEST(check_comment && in_comment == 0 && ch == '#' && (retind == 0 || ret[retind-1] == '\n' || whitespace (ret[retind - 1])))
- 	in_comment = 1;
- 
-+      /* last char was backslash inside backquoted command substitution */
-+      if (backq_backslash)
-+	{
-+	  backq_backslash = 0;
-+	  /* Placeholder for adding special characters */
-+	}
-+
-       if (pass_next_character)		/* last char was backslash */
- 	{
- 	  pass_next_character = 0;
-@@ -2814,6 +2819,8 @@
- 	{
- 	  if MBTEST((flags & P_ALLOWESC) && ch == '\\')
- 	    pass_next_character++;
-+	  else if MBTEST((flags & P_BACKQUOTE) && ch == '\\')
-+	    backq_backslash++;
- 	  continue;
- 	}
- 
-@@ -2898,7 +2905,11 @@
- 	}
-       else if MBTEST(qc == '`' && (ch == '"' || ch == '\'') && in_comment == 0)
- 	{
--	  nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, ch, ch, &nestlen, rflags);
-+	  /* Add P_BACKQUOTE so backslash quotes the next character and
-+	     shell_getc does the right thing with \<newline>.  We do this for
-+	     a measure  of backwards compatibility -- it's not strictly the
-+	     right POSIX thing. */
-+	  nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, ch, ch, &nestlen, rflags|P_BACKQUOTE);
- 	  goto add_nestret;
- 	}
-       else if MBTEST(was_dollar && (ch == '(' || ch == '{' || ch == '['))	/* ) } ] */
-@@ -2907,7 +2918,7 @@
- 	  if (open == ch)	/* undo previous increment */
- 	    count--;
- 	  if (ch == '(')		/* ) */
--	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '(', ')', &nestlen, rflags);
-+	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '(', ')', &nestlen, rflags & ~P_DQUOTE);
- 	  else if (ch == '{')		/* } */
- 	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '{', '}', &nestlen, P_FIRSTCLOSE|rflags);
- 	  else if (ch == '[')		/* ] */
-@@ -3578,7 +3589,7 @@
- 	      FREE (ttok);
- 	      all_digit_token = 0;
- 	      compound_assignment = 1;
--#if 0
-+#if 1
- 	      goto next_character;
- #else
- 	      goto got_token;		/* ksh93 seems to do this */
-@@ -3695,7 +3706,9 @@
-       struct builtin *b;
-       b = builtin_address_internal (token, 0);
-       if (b && (b->flags & ASSIGNMENT_BUILTIN))
--        parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
-+	parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
-+      else if (STREQ (token, "eval") || STREQ (token, "let"))
-+	parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
-     }
- 
-   yylval.word = the_word;
-@@ -4686,18 +4699,21 @@
-      int *retlenp;
- {
-   WORD_LIST *wl, *rl;
--  int tok, orig_line_number, orig_token_size;
-+  int tok, orig_line_number, orig_token_size, orig_last_token, assignok;
-   char *saved_token, *ret;
- 
-   saved_token = token;
-   orig_token_size = token_buffer_size;
-   orig_line_number = line_number;
-+  orig_last_token = last_read_token;
- 
-   last_read_token = WORD;	/* WORD to allow reserved words here */
- 
-   token = (char *)NULL;
-   token_buffer_size = 0;
- 
-+  assignok = parser_state&PST_ASSIGNOK;		/* XXX */
-+
-   wl = (WORD_LIST *)NULL;	/* ( */
-   parser_state |= PST_COMPASSIGN;
- 
-@@ -4740,7 +4756,7 @@
- 	jump_to_top_level (DISCARD);
-     }
- 
--  last_read_token = WORD;
-+  last_read_token = orig_last_token;		/* XXX - was WORD? */
-   if (wl)
-     {
-       rl = REVERSE_LIST (wl, WORD_LIST *);
-@@ -4752,6 +4768,10 @@
- 
-   if (retlenp)
-     *retlenp = (ret && *ret) ? strlen (ret) : 0;
-+
-+  if (assignok)
-+    parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
-+
-   return ret;
- }
- 
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/patchlevel.h bash-3.1/patchlevel.h
---- bash-3.1.orig/patchlevel.h	2005-07-20 17:58:20.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/patchlevel.h	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -25,6 +25,6 @@
-    regexp `^#define[ 	]*PATCHLEVEL', since that's what support/mkversion.sh
-    looks for to find the patch level (for the sccs version string). */
- 
--#define PATCHLEVEL 0
-+#define PATCHLEVEL 14
- 
- #endif /* _PATCHLEVEL_H_ */
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/subst.c bash-3.1/subst.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/subst.c	2005-10-24 13:51:13.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/subst.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -2187,7 +2187,7 @@
-   if (mklocal && variable_context)
-     {
-       v = find_variable (name);
--      if (v == 0 || array_p (v) == 0)
-+      if (v == 0 || array_p (v) == 0 || v->context != variable_context)
-         v = make_local_array_variable (name);
-       v = assign_array_var_from_string (v, value, flags);
-     }
-@@ -6795,6 +6795,12 @@
- 	  if (temp && *temp && t_index > 0)
- 	    {
- 	      temp1 = bash_tilde_expand (temp, tflag);
-+	      if  (temp1 && *temp1 == '~' && STREQ (temp, temp1))
-+		{
-+		  FREE (temp);
-+		  FREE (temp1);
-+		  goto add_character;		/* tilde expansion failed */
-+		}
- 	      free (temp);
- 	      temp = temp1;
- 	      sindex += t_index;
-diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/variables.c bash-3.1/variables.c
---- bash-3.1.orig/variables.c	2005-11-13 02:22:37.000000000 +0000
-+++ bash-3.1/variables.c	2006-03-18 09:23:33.000000000 +0000
-@@ -860,9 +860,11 @@
- {
-   char val[INT_STRLEN_BOUND(int) + 1], *v;
- 
-+#if defined (READLINE)
-   /* If we are currently assigning to LINES or COLUMNS, don't do anything. */
-   if (winsize_assignment)
-     return;
-+#endif
- 
-   v = inttostr (lines, val, sizeof (val));
-   bind_variable ("LINES", v, 0);

Added: trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-7.patch
===================================================================
--- trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-7.patch	                        (rev 0)
+++ trunk/patches/bash-3.1-fixes-7.patch	2006-04-12 19:39:23 UTC (rev 1359)
@@ -0,0 +1,644 @@
+Submitted By: Jeremy Huntwork (jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch dot org)
+Date: 2006-04-11
+Initial Package Version: 3.1
+Origin: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/bash/bash-3.1-patches/
+Upstream Status: From Upstream
+Description: Contains patches 001-016 from upstream
+
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/bash.1 bash-3.1/doc/bash.1
+--- bash-3.1.orig/doc/bash.1	2005-10-12 11:40:52.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/doc/bash.1	2006-04-11 11:36:54.702393214 -0400
+@@ -6,12 +6,12 @@
+ .\"	Case Western Reserve University
+ .\"	chet at po.cwru.edu
+ .\"
+-.\"	Last Change: Sat Aug 27 13:28:44 EDT 2005
++.\"	Last Change: Wed Dec 28 19:58:45 EST 2005
+ .\"
+ .\" bash_builtins, strip all but Built-Ins section
+ .if \n(zZ=1 .ig zZ
+ .if \n(zY=1 .ig zY
+-.TH BASH 1 "2005 Aug 27" "GNU Bash-3.1-beta1"
++.TH BASH 1 "2005 Dec 28" "GNU Bash-3.1"
+ .\"
+ .\" There's some problem with having a `@'
+ .\" in a tagged paragraph with the BSD man macros.
+@@ -677,8 +677,8 @@
+ .B nocasematch
+ is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
+ of alphabetic characters.
+-The return value is 0 if the string matches or does not match
+-the pattern, respectively, and 1 otherwise.
++The return value is 0 if the string matches (\fB==\fP) or does not match
++(\fB!=\fP) the pattern, and 1 otherwise.
+ Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be matched as a
+ string.
+ .if t .sp 0.5
+@@ -807,6 +807,12 @@
+ as for pathname expansion (see
+ .B Pathname Expansion
+ below).
++The \fIword\fP is expanded using tilde
++expansion, parameter and variable expansion, arithmetic substituion,
++command substitution, process substitution and quote removal.
++Each \fIpattern\fP examined is expanded using tilde
++expansion, parameter and variable expansion, arithmetic substituion,
++command substitution, and process substitution.
+ If the shell option
+ .B nocasematch
+ is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
+@@ -8484,7 +8490,7 @@
+ returns true if any of the arguments are found, false if
+ none are found.
+ .TP
+-\fBulimit\fP [\fB\-SHacdflmnpstuv\fP [\fIlimit\fP]]
++\fBulimit\fP [\fB\-SHacdfilmnpqstuvx\fP [\fIlimit\fP]]
+ Provides control over the resources available to the shell and to
+ processes started by it, on systems that allow such control.
+ The \fB\-H\fP and \fB\-S\fP options specify that the hard or soft limit is
+@@ -8523,6 +8529,9 @@
+ .B \-f
+ The maximum size of files created by the shell
+ .TP
++.B \-i
++The maximum number of pending signals
++.TP
+ .B \-l
+ The maximum size that may be locked into memory
+ .TP
+@@ -8536,6 +8545,9 @@
+ .B \-p
+ The pipe size in 512-byte blocks (this may not be set)
+ .TP
++.B \-q
++The maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues
++.TP
+ .B \-s
+ The maximum stack size
+ .TP
+@@ -8547,6 +8559,9 @@
+ .TP
+ .B \-v
+ The maximum amount of virtual memory available to the shell
++.TP
++.B \-x
++The maximum number of file locks
+ .PD
+ .PP
+ If
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/bashref.texi bash-3.1/doc/bashref.texi
+--- bash-3.1.orig/doc/bashref.texi	2005-10-03 15:07:21.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/doc/bashref.texi	2006-04-11 11:36:54.709392515 -0400
+@@ -961,8 +961,8 @@
+ (see the description of @code{shopt} in @ref{Bash Builtins})
+ is enabled, the match is performed without regard to the case
+ of alphabetic characters.
+-The return value is 0 if the string matches or does not match
+-the pattern, respectively, and 1 otherwise.
++The return value is 0 if the string matches (@samp{==}) or does not
++match (@samp{!=})the pattern, and 1 otherwise.
+ Any part of the pattern may be quoted to force it to be matched as a
+ string.
+ 
+@@ -2598,7 +2598,7 @@
+ Builtin commands are necessary to implement functionality impossible
+ or inconvenient to obtain with separate utilities.
+ 
+-This section briefly the builtins which Bash inherits from
++This section briefly describes the builtins which Bash inherits from
+ the Bourne Shell, as well as the builtin commands which are unique
+ to or have been extended in Bash.
+ 
+@@ -3833,7 +3833,7 @@
+ @item ulimit
+ @btindex ulimit
+ @example
+-ulimit [-acdflmnpstuvSH] [@var{limit}]
++ulimit [-acdfilmnpqstuvxSH] [@var{limit}]
+ @end example
+ @code{ulimit} provides control over the resources available to processes
+ started by the shell, on systems that allow such control.  If an
+@@ -3857,6 +3857,9 @@
+ @item -f
+ The maximum size of files created by the shell.
+ 
++ at item -i
++The maximum number of pending signals.
++
+ @item -l
+ The maximum size that may be locked into memory.
+ 
+@@ -3869,6 +3872,9 @@
+ @item -p
+ The pipe buffer size.
+ 
++ at item -q
++The maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues.
++
+ @item -s
+ The maximum stack size.
+ 
+@@ -3881,6 +3887,9 @@
+ @item -v
+ The maximum amount of virtual memory available to the process.
+ 
++ at item -x
++The maximum number of file locks.
++
+ @end table
+ 
+ If @var{limit} is given, it is the new value of the specified resource;
+@@ -4089,8 +4098,8 @@
+ Print shell input lines as they are read.
+ 
+ @item -x
+-Print a trace of simple commands, \fBfor\fP commands, \fBcase\fP
+-commands, \fBselect\fP commands, and arithmetic \fBfor\fP commands
++Print a trace of simple commands, @code{for} commands, @code{case}
++commands, @code{select} commands, and arithmetic @code{for} commands
+ and their arguments or associated word lists after they are
+ expanded and before they are executed.  The value of the @env{PS4}
+ variable is expanded and the resultant value is printed before
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/doc/version.texi bash-3.1/doc/version.texi
+--- bash-3.1.orig/doc/version.texi	2005-09-20 14:52:56.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/doc/version.texi	2006-04-11 11:36:54.710392415 -0400
+@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
+ Copyright (C) 1988-2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+ @end ignore
+ 
+- at set LASTCHANGE Mon Sep  5 11:47:04 EDT 2005
++ at set LASTCHANGE Fri Dec 30 10:50:51 EST 2005
+ 
+- at set EDITION 3.1-beta1
+- at set VERSION 3.1-beta1
+- at set UPDATED 5 September 2005
+- at set UPDATED-MONTH September 2005
++ at set EDITION 3.1
++ at set VERSION 3.1
++ at set UPDATED 30 December 2005
++ at set UPDATED-MONTH December 2005
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/jobs.c bash-3.1/jobs.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/jobs.c	2005-11-11 23:13:27.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/jobs.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.713392115 -0400
+@@ -619,8 +619,11 @@
+ 	   * once in the parent and once in each child.  This is where
+ 	   * the parent gives it away.
+ 	   *
++	   * Don't give the terminal away if this shell is an asynchronous
++	   * subshell.
++	   *
+ 	   */
+-	  if (job_control && newjob->pgrp)
++	  if (job_control && newjob->pgrp && (subshell_environment&SUBSHELL_ASYNC) == 0)
+ 	    give_terminal_to (newjob->pgrp, 0);
+ 	}
+     }
+@@ -844,9 +847,10 @@
+ realloc_jobs_list ()
+ {
+   sigset_t set, oset;
+-  int nsize, i, j;
++  int nsize, i, j, ncur, nprev;
+   JOB **nlist;
+ 
++  ncur = nprev = NO_JOB;
+   nsize = ((js.j_njobs + JOB_SLOTS - 1) / JOB_SLOTS);
+   nsize *= JOB_SLOTS;
+   i = js.j_njobs % JOB_SLOTS;
+@@ -854,17 +858,51 @@
+     nsize += JOB_SLOTS;
+ 
+   BLOCK_CHILD (set, oset);
+-  nlist = (JOB **) xmalloc (nsize * sizeof (JOB *));
++  nlist = (js.j_jobslots == nsize) ? jobs : (JOB **) xmalloc (nsize * sizeof (JOB *));
++
+   for (i = j = 0; i < js.j_jobslots; i++)
+     if (jobs[i])
+-      nlist[j++] = jobs[i];
++      {
++	if (i == js.j_current)
++	  ncur = j;
++	if (i == js.j_previous)
++	  nprev = j;
++	nlist[j++] = jobs[i];
++      }
++
++#if defined (DEBUG)
++  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: resize jobs list from %d to %d", js.j_jobslots, nsize);
++  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: j_lastj changed from %d to %d", js.j_lastj, (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0);
++  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: j_njobs changed from %d to %d", js.j_njobs, (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0);
++#endif
+ 
+   js.j_firstj = 0;
+-  js.j_lastj = (j > 0) ? j - 1: 0;
++  js.j_lastj = (j > 0) ? j - 1 : 0;
++  js.j_njobs = j;
+   js.j_jobslots = nsize;
+ 
+-  free (jobs);
+-  jobs = nlist;
++  /* Zero out remaining slots in new jobs list */
++  for ( ; j < nsize; j++)
++    nlist[j] = (JOB *)NULL;
++
++  if (jobs != nlist)
++    {
++      free (jobs);
++      jobs = nlist;
++    }
++
++  if (ncur != NO_JOB)
++    js.j_current = ncur;
++  if (nprev != NO_JOB)
++    js.j_previous = nprev;
++
++  /* Need to reset these */
++  if (js.j_current == NO_JOB || js.j_previous == NO_JOB || js.j_current > js.j_lastj || js.j_previous > js.j_lastj)
++    reset_current ();
++
++#ifdef DEBUG
++  itrace ("realloc_jobs_list: reset js.j_current (%d) and js.j_previous (%d)", js.j_current, js.j_previous);
++#endif
+ 
+   UNBLOCK_CHILD (oset);
+ }
+@@ -1655,7 +1693,7 @@
+ 	     In this case, we don't want to give the terminal to the
+ 	     shell's process group (we could be in the middle of a
+ 	     pipeline, for example). */
+-	  if (async_p == 0 && pipeline_pgrp != shell_pgrp)
++	  if (async_p == 0 && pipeline_pgrp != shell_pgrp && ((subshell_environment&SUBSHELL_ASYNC) == 0))
+ 	    give_terminal_to (pipeline_pgrp, 0);
+ 
+ #if defined (PGRP_PIPE)
+@@ -2198,7 +2236,11 @@
+   /* This is possibly a race condition -- should it go in stop_pipeline? */
+   wait_sigint_received = 0;
+   if (job_control == 0)
+-    old_sigint_handler = set_signal_handler (SIGINT, wait_sigint_handler);
++    {
++      old_sigint_handler = set_signal_handler (SIGINT, wait_sigint_handler);
++      if (old_sigint_handler == SIG_IGN)
++	set_signal_handler (SIGINT, old_sigint_handler);
++    }
+ 
+   termination_state = last_command_exit_value;
+ 
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/glob/glob.c bash-3.1/lib/glob/glob.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/lib/glob/glob.c	2005-03-24 12:42:27.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/lib/glob/glob.c	2006-04-11 11:37:12.868577740 -0400
+@@ -360,6 +360,7 @@
+   count = lose = skip = 0;
+ 
+   firstmalloc = 0;
++  nalloca = 0;
+ 
+   /* If PAT is empty, skip the loop, but return one (empty) filename. */
+   if (pat == 0 || *pat == '\0')
+@@ -546,6 +547,8 @@
+ 		firstmalloc = 0;
+ 	      tmplink = lastlink;
+ 	    }
++	  else
++	    tmplink = 0;
+ 	  free (lastlink->name);
+ 	  lastlink = lastlink->next;
+ 	  FREE (tmplink);
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/glob/sm_loop.c bash-3.1/lib/glob/sm_loop.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/lib/glob/sm_loop.c	2005-10-16 21:21:04.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/lib/glob/sm_loop.c	2006-04-11 11:37:09.500914295 -0400
+@@ -638,12 +638,13 @@
+   CHAR *psub;			/* pointer to sub-pattern */
+   CHAR *pnext;			/* pointer to next sub-pattern */
+   CHAR *srest;			/* pointer to rest of string */
+-  int m1, m2;
++  int m1, m2, xflags;		/* xflags = flags passed to recursive matches */
+ 
+ #if DEBUG_MATCHING
+ fprintf(stderr, "extmatch: xc = %c\n", xc);
+ fprintf(stderr, "extmatch: s = %s; se = %s\n", s, se);
+ fprintf(stderr, "extmatch: p = %s; pe = %s\n", p, pe);
++fprintf(stderr, "extmatch: flags = %d\n", flags);
+ #endif
+ 
+   prest = PATSCAN (p + (*p == L('(')), pe, 0); /* ) */
+@@ -677,8 +678,12 @@
+ 		 string matches the rest of the pattern.  Also handle
+ 		 multiple matches of the pattern. */
+ 	      if (m1)
+-		m2 = (GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, flags) == 0) ||
+-		      (s != srest && GMATCH (srest, se, p - 1, pe, flags) == 0);
++		{
++		  /* if srest > s, we are not at start of string */
++		  xflags = (srest > s) ? (flags & ~FNM_PERIOD) : flags;
++		  m2 = (GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, xflags) == 0) ||
++			(s != srest && GMATCH (srest, se, p - 1, pe, xflags) == 0);
++		}
+ 	      if (m1 && m2)
+ 		return (0);
+ 	    }
+@@ -704,8 +709,10 @@
+ 	  srest = (prest == pe) ? se : s;
+ 	  for ( ; srest <= se; srest++)
+ 	    {
++	      /* if srest > s, we are not at start of string */
++	      xflags = (srest > s) ? (flags & ~FNM_PERIOD) : flags;
+ 	      if (GMATCH (s, srest, psub, pnext - 1, flags) == 0 &&
+-		  GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, flags) == 0)
++		  GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, xflags) == 0)
+ 		return (0);
+ 	    }
+ 	  if (pnext == prest)
+@@ -726,7 +733,9 @@
+ 	      if (pnext == prest)
+ 		break;
+ 	    }
+-	  if (m1 == 0 && GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, flags) == 0)
++	  /* if srest > s, we are not at start of string */
++	  xflags = (srest > s) ? (flags & ~FNM_PERIOD) : flags;
++	  if (m1 == 0 && GMATCH (srest, se, prest, pe, xflags) == 0)
+ 	    return (0);
+ 	}
+       return (FNM_NOMATCH);
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/display.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/display.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/display.c	2005-11-30 14:05:02.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/display.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.716391815 -0400
+@@ -1983,11 +1983,15 @@
+      int pchar;
+ {
+   int len;
+-  char *pmt;
++  char *pmt, *p;
+ 
+   rl_save_prompt ();
+ 
+-  if (saved_local_prompt == 0)
++  /* We've saved the prompt, and can do anything with the various prompt
++     strings we need before they're restored.  We want the unexpanded
++     portion of the prompt string after any final newline. */
++  p = rl_prompt ? strrchr (rl_prompt, '\n') : 0;
++  if (p == 0)
+     {
+       len = (rl_prompt && *rl_prompt) ? strlen (rl_prompt) : 0;
+       pmt = (char *)xmalloc (len + 2);
+@@ -1998,19 +2002,17 @@
+     }
+   else
+     {
+-      len = *saved_local_prompt ? strlen (saved_local_prompt) : 0;
++      p++;
++      len = strlen (p);
+       pmt = (char *)xmalloc (len + 2);
+       if (len)
+-	strcpy (pmt, saved_local_prompt);
++	strcpy (pmt, p);
+       pmt[len] = pchar;
+       pmt[len+1] = '\0';
+-      local_prompt = savestring (pmt);
+-      prompt_last_invisible = saved_last_invisible;
+-      prompt_visible_length = saved_visible_length + 1;
+-    }
++    }  
+ 
++  /* will be overwritten by expand_prompt, called from rl_message */
+   prompt_physical_chars = saved_physical_chars + 1;
+-
+   return pmt;
+ }
+ 
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/readline.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/readline.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/readline.c	2005-07-04 22:29:35.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/readline.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.717391715 -0400
+@@ -282,6 +282,7 @@
+ {
+   FREE (rl_prompt);
+   rl_prompt = prompt ? savestring (prompt) : (char *)NULL;
++  rl_display_prompt = rl_prompt ? rl_prompt : "";
+ 
+   rl_visible_prompt_length = rl_expand_prompt (rl_prompt);
+   return 0;
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/terminal.c bash-3.1/lib/readline/terminal.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/lib/readline/terminal.c	2005-11-12 20:46:54.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/lib/readline/terminal.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.718391615 -0400
+@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@
+ static char *_rl_visible_bell;
+ 
+ /* Non-zero means the terminal can auto-wrap lines. */
+-int _rl_term_autowrap;
++int _rl_term_autowrap = -1;
+ 
+ /* Non-zero means that this terminal has a meta key. */
+ static int term_has_meta;
+@@ -274,6 +274,9 @@
+ _rl_set_screen_size (rows, cols)
+      int rows, cols;
+ {
++  if (_rl_term_autowrap == -1)
++    _rl_init_terminal_io (rl_terminal_name);
++
+   if (rows > 0)
+     _rl_screenheight = rows;
+   if (cols > 0)
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/parse.y bash-3.1/parse.y
+--- bash-3.1.orig/parse.y	2005-11-11 23:14:18.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/parse.y	2006-04-11 11:36:54.722391216 -0400
+@@ -2716,6 +2716,7 @@
+ #define P_ALLOWESC	0x02
+ #define P_DQUOTE	0x04
+ #define P_COMMAND	0x08	/* parsing a command, so look for comments */
++#define P_BACKQUOTE	0x10	/* parsing a backquoted command substitution */
+ 
+ static char matched_pair_error;
+ static char *
+@@ -2725,12 +2726,12 @@
+      int *lenp, flags;
+ {
+   int count, ch, was_dollar, in_comment, check_comment;
+-  int pass_next_character, nestlen, ttranslen, start_lineno;
++  int pass_next_character, backq_backslash, nestlen, ttranslen, start_lineno;
+   char *ret, *nestret, *ttrans;
+   int retind, retsize, rflags;
+ 
+   count = 1;
+-  pass_next_character = was_dollar = in_comment = 0;
++  pass_next_character = backq_backslash = was_dollar = in_comment = 0;
+   check_comment = (flags & P_COMMAND) && qc != '\'' && qc != '"' && (flags & P_DQUOTE) == 0;
+ 
+   /* RFLAGS is the set of flags we want to pass to recursive calls. */
+@@ -2742,11 +2743,8 @@
+   start_lineno = line_number;
+   while (count)
+     {
+-#if 0
+-      ch = shell_getc ((qc != '\'' || (flags & P_ALLOWESC)) && pass_next_character == 0);
+-#else
+-      ch = shell_getc (qc != '\'' && pass_next_character == 0);
+-#endif
++      ch = shell_getc (qc != '\'' && pass_next_character == 0 && backq_backslash == 0);
++
+       if (ch == EOF)
+ 	{
+ 	  free (ret);
+@@ -2771,9 +2769,16 @@
+ 	  continue;
+ 	}
+       /* Not exactly right yet */
+-      else if (check_comment && in_comment == 0 && ch == '#' && (retind == 0 || ret[retind-1] == '\n' || whitespace (ret[retind -1])))
++      else if MBTEST(check_comment && in_comment == 0 && ch == '#' && (retind == 0 || ret[retind-1] == '\n' || whitespace (ret[retind - 1])))
+ 	in_comment = 1;
+ 
++      /* last char was backslash inside backquoted command substitution */
++      if (backq_backslash)
++	{
++	  backq_backslash = 0;
++	  /* Placeholder for adding special characters */
++	}
++
+       if (pass_next_character)		/* last char was backslash */
+ 	{
+ 	  pass_next_character = 0;
+@@ -2814,6 +2819,8 @@
+ 	{
+ 	  if MBTEST((flags & P_ALLOWESC) && ch == '\\')
+ 	    pass_next_character++;
++	  else if MBTEST((flags & P_BACKQUOTE) && ch == '\\')
++	    backq_backslash++;
+ 	  continue;
+ 	}
+ 
+@@ -2898,7 +2905,11 @@
+ 	}
+       else if MBTEST(qc == '`' && (ch == '"' || ch == '\'') && in_comment == 0)
+ 	{
+-	  nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, ch, ch, &nestlen, rflags);
++	  /* Add P_BACKQUOTE so backslash quotes the next character and
++	     shell_getc does the right thing with \<newline>.  We do this for
++	     a measure  of backwards compatibility -- it's not strictly the
++	     right POSIX thing. */
++	  nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, ch, ch, &nestlen, rflags|P_BACKQUOTE);
+ 	  goto add_nestret;
+ 	}
+       else if MBTEST(was_dollar && (ch == '(' || ch == '{' || ch == '['))	/* ) } ] */
+@@ -2907,7 +2918,7 @@
+ 	  if (open == ch)	/* undo previous increment */
+ 	    count--;
+ 	  if (ch == '(')		/* ) */
+-	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '(', ')', &nestlen, rflags);
++	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '(', ')', &nestlen, rflags & ~P_DQUOTE);
+ 	  else if (ch == '{')		/* } */
+ 	    nestret = parse_matched_pair (0, '{', '}', &nestlen, P_FIRSTCLOSE|rflags);
+ 	  else if (ch == '[')		/* ] */
+@@ -3578,7 +3589,7 @@
+ 	      FREE (ttok);
+ 	      all_digit_token = 0;
+ 	      compound_assignment = 1;
+-#if 0
++#if 1
+ 	      goto next_character;
+ #else
+ 	      goto got_token;		/* ksh93 seems to do this */
+@@ -3695,7 +3706,9 @@
+       struct builtin *b;
+       b = builtin_address_internal (token, 0);
+       if (b && (b->flags & ASSIGNMENT_BUILTIN))
+-        parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
++	parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
++      else if (STREQ (token, "eval") || STREQ (token, "let"))
++	parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
+     }
+ 
+   yylval.word = the_word;
+@@ -4686,18 +4699,21 @@
+      int *retlenp;
+ {
+   WORD_LIST *wl, *rl;
+-  int tok, orig_line_number, orig_token_size;
++  int tok, orig_line_number, orig_token_size, orig_last_token, assignok;
+   char *saved_token, *ret;
+ 
+   saved_token = token;
+   orig_token_size = token_buffer_size;
+   orig_line_number = line_number;
++  orig_last_token = last_read_token;
+ 
+   last_read_token = WORD;	/* WORD to allow reserved words here */
+ 
+   token = (char *)NULL;
+   token_buffer_size = 0;
+ 
++  assignok = parser_state&PST_ASSIGNOK;		/* XXX */
++
+   wl = (WORD_LIST *)NULL;	/* ( */
+   parser_state |= PST_COMPASSIGN;
+ 
+@@ -4740,7 +4756,7 @@
+ 	jump_to_top_level (DISCARD);
+     }
+ 
+-  last_read_token = WORD;
++  last_read_token = orig_last_token;		/* XXX - was WORD? */
+   if (wl)
+     {
+       rl = REVERSE_LIST (wl, WORD_LIST *);
+@@ -4752,6 +4768,10 @@
+ 
+   if (retlenp)
+     *retlenp = (ret && *ret) ? strlen (ret) : 0;
++
++  if (assignok)
++    parser_state |= PST_ASSIGNOK;
++
+   return ret;
+ }
+ 
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/patchlevel.h bash-3.1/patchlevel.h
+--- bash-3.1.orig/patchlevel.h	2005-07-20 13:58:20.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/patchlevel.h	2006-04-11 11:37:12.869577641 -0400
+@@ -25,6 +25,6 @@
+    regexp `^#define[ 	]*PATCHLEVEL', since that's what support/mkversion.sh
+    looks for to find the patch level (for the sccs version string). */
+ 
+-#define PATCHLEVEL 0
++#define PATCHLEVEL 16
+ 
+ #endif /* _PATCHLEVEL_H_ */
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/subst.c bash-3.1/subst.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/subst.c	2005-10-24 09:51:13.000000000 -0400
++++ bash-3.1/subst.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.727390716 -0400
+@@ -2187,7 +2187,7 @@
+   if (mklocal && variable_context)
+     {
+       v = find_variable (name);
+-      if (v == 0 || array_p (v) == 0)
++      if (v == 0 || array_p (v) == 0 || v->context != variable_context)
+         v = make_local_array_variable (name);
+       v = assign_array_var_from_string (v, value, flags);
+     }
+@@ -6795,6 +6795,12 @@
+ 	  if (temp && *temp && t_index > 0)
+ 	    {
+ 	      temp1 = bash_tilde_expand (temp, tflag);
++	      if  (temp1 && *temp1 == '~' && STREQ (temp, temp1))
++		{
++		  FREE (temp);
++		  FREE (temp1);
++		  goto add_character;		/* tilde expansion failed */
++		}
+ 	      free (temp);
+ 	      temp = temp1;
+ 	      sindex += t_index;
+diff -Naur bash-3.1.orig/variables.c bash-3.1/variables.c
+--- bash-3.1.orig/variables.c	2005-11-12 21:22:37.000000000 -0500
++++ bash-3.1/variables.c	2006-04-11 11:36:54.731390316 -0400
+@@ -860,9 +860,11 @@
+ {
+   char val[INT_STRLEN_BOUND(int) + 1], *v;
+ 
++#if defined (READLINE)
+   /* If we are currently assigning to LINES or COLUMNS, don't do anything. */
+   if (winsize_assignment)
+     return;
++#endif
+ 
+   v = inttostr (lines, val, sizeof (val));
+   bind_variable ("LINES", v, 0);




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