Set Path in *nix

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Re: Set Path in *nix

Alan Little wrote:
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Can you give a code sample of exactly what you're doing? Normally
something like this should work:

   # ... run commands requiring PATH change

As far as I know, this shouldn't be shell-dependent.

(Remember that changes to the environment will only be in effect for the
process you change it in and any child processes you spawn afterwards.
So for instance running a PHP script from a shell will not change the
environment in the shell that you ran it from.)

-- brion vibber (brion @

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