Why is csh `restricted'?
Steven M. Schultz
sms at moe.2bsd.com
Tue Jan 5 16:09:48 AEST 1999
Quite a busy night, eh?
> > > sources (code borrowed from /bin/sh). All UNIX sources were, up until
> > > you negotiated the deal with SCO, restricted.
It might also be a good time to clarify that the sources are still
'restricted'. Legally we can share the sources only with other
license holders. However the cost of obtaining the license is vastly
more affordable now than in a previous era.
> Steven is right. An investigation into the csh from 2bsd shows that it
> is derived from the Mashey shell in 6th Edition UNIX, but not from the
> Bourne shell in 7th Edition.
Hmmm, didn't the V7 shell borrow from the V6 shell? Perhaps not
completely "based on" (as in starting from a copy and editing away).
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