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10.5: Fix the echo -n problem in 10.5
Authored by: ebaur on Nov 20, '07 03:13:12PM

Another person echoing the objections here... (sorry about the pun there).

Instead of moving things around (an potentially causing issues with other scripts, system or third party), you should just change the #! line in your script.

If you want bash to run, use #!/bin/bash instead of #!/bin/sh - that's all. That's the purpose of the #! line.

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