|Reported by:||Bruce Dubbs||Owned by:||lfs-book|
New point version.
This is a production release that fixes one bug, changes two behaviors, and removes one environment variable.
The bug is like the one in the last release except it applies if files are being executed. I also made the fix more general.
The behavior that was changed is that
bc now exits when given
--file. However, if the last one of those is
stdin as the file),
bc does not exit. If
-f- exists and is not the last of
-f options (and equivalents),
bc gives a fatal error and exits.
Next, I removed the
DC_EXPR_EXIT environment variables
since their use is not needed with the behavior change.
Finally, I made it so
bc does not print the header, though the
--quiet options were kept for compatibility with GNU