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Stephen Kitt | 3 Jun 09:54 2016

[PATCH] Handle string-based job descriptors

When looking for a job using a string descriptor, e.g.

	fg %man

the relevant loop in src/jobs.c only ever exits to the err label. With
this patch, when the end condition is reached, we check whether a job
was found, and if so, set things up to exit correctly via gotit.
Multiple matches are already caught using the test in the match block.

Signed-off-by: Stephen Kitt <steve <at>>
 src/jobs.c | 10 ++++++++--
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/jobs.c b/src/jobs.c
index c2c2332..37f3b41 100644
--- a/src/jobs.c
+++ b/src/jobs.c
 <at>  <at>  -715,8 +715,14  <at>  <at>  check:

 	found = 0;
 	while (1) {
-		if (!jp)
-			goto err;
+		if (!jp) {
+			if (found) {
+				jp = found;
+				goto gotit;
+			} else {
+				goto err;
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Svyatoslav Mishyn | 18 May 11:07 2016

man fixes


just found some typos and mdocml warnings.

From 745af83b0953eb16ab31ed67f26808665576a46e Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Svyatoslav Mishyn <juef <at>>
Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 09:47:54 +0300
Subject: [PATCH 1/2] man: fix mandoc warnings

They are:
 * prologue macros out of order: Dt after Os
 * skipping paragraph macro: Pp before Bd
 * whitespace at end of input line
 * skipping empty macro: Cm
 * skipping paragraph macro: Pp before It
 * sections out of conventional order: Sh ENVIRONMENT
 * skipping -width argument: Bl -item
 src/dash.1 | 41 ++++++++++++++++++-----------------------
 1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 23 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/dash.1 b/src/dash.1
index 832eae7..57e731a 100644
--- a/src/dash.1
+++ b/src/dash.1
 <at>  <at>  -32,9 +32,9  <at>  <at> 
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Geoff Nixon | 13 May 04:06 2016

The behavior of `jobs -p` is definitely, without a doubt, a bug

Package: dash
Version: build-from-git-HEAD--
Severity: serious
X-Debbugs-CC: herbert <at>

To Whom It May Concern:

I wrote most of this before I read through the Debian bug report process.
I'm actually not sure whether this is supposed to go to Debian or to the address; So I apologize if some of it is redundant or sounds a
bit weird; I assumed I'd be "creating a new thread", so I refer to this
thread as "that thread", etc.

If I've made any other errors, again apologizes in advance; it's the first time
I've worked with the Debian process, and I'm using dash on another platform, so
I don't have access to "reportbug", etc.

Also, if I come off a bit pissy, petulant, pedantic, or arrogant, it's only
because I have so many, many times *been* "that guy" -- someone who takes the
time and goes out of his way to write and file a bug report and send it through
the proper channels -- only have it basically dismissed out of hand. So when
I found myself in the position of not only reporting a bug, but having to
refute the incorrect arguments made that led to the bug report being dismissed,
and thinking about how this could have been fixed 8 years ago, it did irk me.
So yes, I was a bit peeved as I wrote it, it is absolutely nothing personal
(except in that it's some of my own emotional baggage).

So, once again, apologies, I truly mean no disrespect.

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牛保龙 | 8 Mar 01:23 2016

dash security crash report

i use AFL fuzz dash shell and get 7 null deref vulnerablity and 1
stack corruption vulnerablity. the crash testcase is in the

system: Ubuntu 14.04.4 x86_64
dash: 0.58

jush use /bin/sh or /bin/dash execute the testcase then you can get a crash.
Attachment ( application/zip, 3947 bytes
Martin Lucina | 4 Mar 15:06 2016

Dash commit 46d3c1a (in 0.5.8+) breaks BSD make


Commit 46d3c1a ([VAR] Sanitise environment variable names on entry)
restricts exported environment variables actually set by dash on entry to
those reported as valid by endofname(). While this is technically correct
and matches IEEE Std 1003.1, it breaks BSD make which uses '.' as a
separator in variables exported via the environment to a sub-make.

Upstream bug report:

I'm not sure what the correct fix is here. While we (rumprun) could
possibly patch our version of NetBSD make to not use '.' in exported names,
this problem would continue to hit other users of BSD-derived make.

Would the dash maintainers consider replacing 46d3c1a with a fix that
performs the name validity check at "export -p" time instead? If yes, I can
try my hand at a patch.

Based on my reading of reading of Std 1003.1 section 8.1...

    "Other characters may be permitted by an implementation; applications
    shall tolerate the presence of such names."

... preserving "invalid" but exported environment variables would still be
compliant behaviour.

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Adam Endrodi | 2 Mar 22:09 2016

"case" bug in dash


The following program prints "boo" incorrectly (I'm trying to match


case "111" in
	echo boo;;

File expansion seems to be affected too:

/tmp/dash/src $ touch 111
/tmp/dash/src $ ./dash -c 'echo *[^0-9]*'
111 dash.1
/tmp/dash/src $ bash -c 'echo *[^0-9]*' 
alias.c alias.h alias.o arith_yacc.c arith_yacc.h arith_yacc.o arith_yylex.c arith_yylex.o bltin
builtins.c builtins.def builtins.h builtins.o cd.c cd.h cd.o dash dash.1 error.c
error.h error.o eval.c eval.h eval.o exec.c exec.h exec.o expand.c expand.h expand.o funcs histedit.c
histedit.o init.c init.h init.o input.c input.h input.o jobs.c jobs.h jobs.o machdep.h mail.c mail.h
mail.o main.c main.h main.o Makefile memalloc.c memalloc.h memalloc.o
miscbltin.c miscbltin.h miscbltin.o mkbuiltins mkinit mkinit.c mknodes mknodes.c mksignames
mksignames.c mksyntax mksyntax.c mktokens myhistedit.h mystring.c mystring.h mystring.o nodes.c
nodes.c.pat nodes.h nodes.o nodetypes options.c options.h options.o output.c output.h output.o
parser.c parser.h parser.o
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Oleg Bulatov | 23 Feb 23:07 2016

heredoc and subshell


trying to minimize a shell code I found an unobvious moment with heredocs and subshells.

Is it specified by POSIX how next code should be parsed? dash output for this code differs from bash and zsh.

--- code
prefix() { sed -e "s/^/$1:/"; }
DASH_CODE() { :; }

prefix A <<XXX && echo "$(prefix B <<XXX
echo line 1
echo line 2)" && prefix DASH_CODE <<DASH_CODE
echo line 3
echo line 4)"
echo line 5

--- bash 4.3.42 output:
A:echo line 3
B:echo line 1
line 2
DASH_CODE:echo line 4)"
DASH_CODE:echo line 5

--- dash 0.5.8 output:
A:echo line 1
B:echo line 2)" && prefix DASH_CODE <<DASH_CODE
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