On Tuesday 20 September 2005 06:07, Bart Schaefer wrote: > On Sep 19, 2:21pm, Vincent Stemen wrote: > } > } Could this be a bug? > > The ulimit builtin comes from the rlimits module. Modules are not > automatically loaded when zsh runs as "sh", to avoid polluting the > variable namespaces or replacing external commands with builtins. > > Whether it's noncompliant from a POSIX point of view that "ulimit" > is not a "normal" builtin, I don't know. (I ought to bookmark the > spec one of these days ...) well, ulimit shell builtin is part of current SUS: Since ulimit affects the current shell execution environment, it is always provided as a shell regular built-in. I do not have POSIX to check.
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