Re: [AMBER-Developers] AT test, weird csh,rm thing

From: case <>
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 2009 12:05:01 -0500

On Tue, Nov 24, 2009, Lachele Foley wrote:
> So, invoking "csh -f" on my system causes /bin/rm to behave unexpectedly
> (plain csh works as expected).

This is indeed odd, but some similar-sounding problems have been reported
before. What does "/bin/csh --version" report?

There are lots of test cases that begin with "#!/bin/csh -f" and later contain
a "/bin/rm -f ..." command. Maybe it has something to do with shell
globbing(?). [Most other /bin/rm commands don't use shell wild-cards.]

Your report is a little incomplete: what is the "trouble" that is caused
in the Run.tleap script? Also, what you show about the behavior of csh vs.
csh -f looks like what I would expect -- am I missing something there?


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