[PATCH] vars.sh: remove unnecessary fork to speedup boot/upgrades

Trek trek00 at inbox.ru
Mon Sep 14 22:57:15 BST 2020

On Mon, 14 Sep 2020 22:03:01 +0200 (CEST)
Thorsten Glaser <t.glaser at tarent.de> wrote:

> On Mon, 14 Sep 2020, Trek wrote:
> > I think it would be better to use the $(cat) construct on those
> > bugged /proc files (commenting the code) and a plain read on the
> > others
> Perhaps with a comment linking to this discussion?

perfect, I think this url contains most of the info

> > to print the ansi escape codes for the fancy output on
> > lsb/init-functions, I would like to use the printf utility as it
> But since these codes are going to be hardcoded, just put a literal
> escape sign into the source code. Perhaps once only:
> esc='^['	# Ctrl-V Esc in vi, `[ or `+Esc in jupp
> colour_reset="$esc[0m"
> colour_bold="$esc[1m"
> colour_inverse="$esc[7m"
> This is the optimum.

I really like this solution, it's the most compatible and performing one

many thanks, I'll post the salsa url of the revised patchset tomorrow,
then I'll start working on lsb patches


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