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Looking for Bash shell source

Posted on 1997-10-13
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I am losing my mind. Can someone point me in the
direction of where I can obtain the source code
for the bash shell. Preferably a site that has SGI
IRIX binaries. sheesh. How hard can finding something
so common be?? =)
Oh yea, I need the code for the Bourne Again SHell, not sh..

Chuck
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I think you need the following link ;-)
http://www.cz3.nus.sg:8100/FAQ/sgi/faq/apps/faq-doc-2.html
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