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Unix command files, UTF-8, and the byte order mark
Authored by: Nem on Apr 06, '09 09:18:07AM

Uhm... 'source' is a shell builtin and has nothing to do with the bash executable being in '/usr/bin' - just an FYI. ;-)

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Unix command files, UTF-8, and the byte order mark
Authored by: MJCube on Apr 07, '09 08:10:44AM
A good illustration of my level of knowledge/ignorance (thus the introductory quotation). My point was that the error was so basic as to seem impossible, and that was my clue. "U+FEFFsource" is of course not a command.

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