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				 2/14/2011
				 ---------
[bash-4.2 released]

				   2/15
				   ----
lib/glob/gmisc.c
	- fix wmatchlen and umatchlen to avoid going past the end of the
	  string on an incomplete bracket expression that ends with a
	  NUL.  Partial fix for bug reported by Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

				   2/16
				   ----
subst.h
	- new string extract flag value: SX_WORD.  Used when calling
	  extract_dollar_brace_string to skip over the word in
	  ${param op word} from parameter_brace_expand

subst.c
	- change parameter_brace_expand to add SX_WORD to flags passed to
	  extract_dollar_brace_string
	- change parameter_brace_expand to use SX_POSIXEXP for all non-posix
	  word expansion operators that treat single quotes as special, not
	  just % and #
	- change extract_dollar_brace_string to initialize dolbrace_state to
	  DOLBRACE_WORD if SX_WORD flag supplied and we shouldn't use
	  DOLBRACE_QUOTE.  Fixes bug reported by Juergen Daubert <jue@jue.li>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document the exact expansions here strings undergo

				   2/17
				   ----
lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- make sure that `dd', `cc', and `yy' call vidomove_dispatch from
	  rl_domove_read_callback.  Fixes bug reported by Clark Wang
	  <dearvoid@gmail.com>

lib/readline/callback.c
	- make sure _rl_internal_char_cleanup is called after the
	  vi-motion callbacks (rl_vi_domove_callback) in rl_callback_read_char.
	  Companion to above fix

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- make sure that the text describing the rhs of the == and =~
	  operators to [[ states that only the quoted portion of the pattern
	  is matched as a string

				   2/18
				   ----
lib/glob/gmisc.c
	- better fix for umatchlen/wmatchlen: keep track of the number of
	  characters in a bracket expression as the value to increase
	  matchlen by if the bracket expression is not well-formed.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- change expand_string_for_rhs so that it sets the W_NOSPLIT2 flag
	  in the word flags.  We will not perform word splitting or quote
	  removal on the result, so we do not want to add quoted nulls if
	  we see "" or ''.  Fixes bug reported by Mike Frysinger
	  <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   2/19
				   ----
variables.c
	- new function, int chkexport(name), checks whether variable NAME is
	  exported and remakes the export environment if necessary.  Returns
	  1 if NAME is exported and 0 if not
	- call chkexport(name) to get tzset to look at the right variable in
	  the environment when modifying TZ in sv_tz.  Don't call tzset if
	  chkexport doesn't indicate that the variable is exported

variables.h
	- new extern declaration for chkexport


{parse.y,builtins/printf.def}
	- call sv_tz before calling localtime() when formatting time strings
	  in prompt strings or using printf.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Dennis Williamson <dennistwilliamson@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- modify fix of 2/9 to add casts when those variables are passed to
	  functions; some compilers throw errors instead of warnings.  Report
	  and fix from Joachim Schmitz <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

support/shobj-conf
	- add a stanza for nsk on the Tandem from Joachim Schmitz
	  <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

{shell,lib/readline/shell}.c
	- Tandem systems should use getpwnam (getlogin()); for some reason
	  they don't do well with using getuid().  Fix from Joachim Schmitz
	  <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

				    3/1
				    ---
variables.c
	- make sure that the return value from find_variable is non-null
	  before trying to use it in chkexport.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Evangelos Foutras <foutrelis@gmail.com>

				    3/3
				    ---
parse.y
	- when adding $$ to the current token buffer in read_token_word(),
	  don't xmalloc a buffer for two characters and then strcpy it, just
	  copy the characters directly into the token buffer.  Fix from
	  Michael Whitten <mfwitten@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- fix expand_word_unsplit to add the W_NOSPLIT2 flag to the word to
	  be expanded, so "" doesn't add CTLNUL.  Similar to fix of 2/18 to
	  expand_string_for_rhs.  Fixes bug reported by Nathanael D. Noblet
	  <nathanael@gnat.ca> and Matthias Klose <doko@debian.org>

parse.y
	- fix extended_glob case of read_token_word to allocate an extra
	  space in the buffer for the next character read after the extended
	  glob specification if it's a CTLESC or CTLNUL.  Report and fix from
	  Michael Witten <mfwitten@gmail.com>
	- fix shell expansions case of read_token_word to allocate an extra
	  space in the buffer for the next character read after the shell
	  expansion if it's a CTLESC or CTLNUL.  Report and fix from
	  Michael Witten <mfwitten@gmail.com>
	- TENTATIVE: fix read_token_word to reduce the amount of buffer space
	  required to hold the translated and double-quoted value of $"..."
	  strings.  Report and fix from Michael Witten <mfwitten@gmail.com>
	- change code around got_character and got_escaped_character labels to
	  make sure that we call RESIZE_MALLOCED_BUFFER before adding the
	  CTLESC before a CTLESC or CTLNUL, and before adding the character if
	  we're not adding a CTLESC.  Report and fix from
	  Michael Witten <mfwitten@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- new param flags value, PF_ASSIGNRHS, mirrors W_ASSIGNRHS, noting that
	  parameter expansion is on rhs of assignment statement.  That inhibits
	  word splitting
	- change param_expand to call string_list_dollar_at with quoted == 1
	  if PF_ASSIGNRHS is set, so it will quote IFS characters in the
	  positional parameter before separating them with the first char of
	  $IFS.  This keeps the rhs from being split inappropriately.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Andres Perera <andres.p@zoho.com>

				    3/4
				    ---
lib/readline/bind.c
	- add a missing free of `names' in rl_function_dumper.  Bug report
	  and fix from Michael Snyder <msnyder@vmware.com>

				    3/5
				    ---
lib/readline/rltty.c
	- change rl_deprep_terminal so it uses fileno (stdin) for the tty fd
	  if rl_instream is not set, like rl_prep_terminal

				    3/6
				    ---
lib/readline/display.c
	- fix rl_message to use a dynamically-allocated buffer instead of a
	  fixed-size buffer of 128 chars for the `local message prompt'.  Bug
	  report and fix from Micah Cowan <micah@cowan.name>

				    3/7
				    ---
jobs.c
	- add sentinel to wait_sigint_handler so it only sets wait_sigint_received
	  if waiting_for_child is non-zero; otherwise, it restores the old
	  SIGINT handler and sends itself the SIGINT
	- set waiting_for_child around the calls to waitchld that use it to
	  synchronously wait for a process
	- change logic that decides whether or not the child process blocked
	  or handled SIGINT based on whether or not waitpid returns -1/EINTR
	  and the shell receives a SIGINT and the child does not exit.  If
	  the child later exits due to SIGINT, cancel the assumoption that it
	  was handled
	- instead of testing whether or not the child exited due to SIGINT
	  when deciding whether the shell should act on a SIGINT it received
	  while waiting, test whether or not we think the child caught
	  SIGINT.  If it did, we let it go (unless the shell has it trapped);
	  if it did not catch it, the shell acts on the SIGINT.  Fix from
	  Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>, bug report originally
	  from Oleg Nesterov <oleg@redhat.com>

				    3/8
				    ---
shell.c
	- initialize no_line_editing to 1 if READLINE is not defined -- we
	  can't have line editing without readline

				   3/12
				   ----
lib/readline/signals.c
	- add SIGHUP to the set of signals readline handles

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- document that SIGHUP is now part of the set of signals readline
	  handles

lib/readline/input.c
	- if _rl_caught_signal indicates that read() was interrupted by a
	  SIGHUP or SIGTERM, return READERR or EOF as appropriate
	- call rl_event_hook, if it's set, if call to read in rl_getc
	  returns -1/EINTR.  If rl_event_hook doesn't do anything, this
	  continues the loop as before.  This handles the other fatal
	  signals

execute_cmd.c
	- add a couple of QUIT; calls to execute_disk_command and
	  execute_simple_command to improve responsiveness to interrupts
	  and fatal signals

input.c
	- rearrange getc_with_restart so that the return values from read()
	  are handled right

parse.y
	- don't need to set terminate_immediately in yy_stream_get, since
	  getc_with_restart checks for terminating signals itself
	- since readline returns READERR on SIGHUP or SIGTERM, don't need
	  to set terminate_immediately.  Still doesn't handle other
	  signals well -- will have to check that some more

bashline.c
	- new function, bash_event_hook, for rl_event_hook.  Just checks for
	  terminating signals and acts on them using CHECK_TERMSIG.
	- set rl_event_hook to bash_event_hook

builtins/read.def
	- take out setting terminate_immediately; add calls to CHECK_TERMSIG
	  after read calls

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- move the text describing the effect of negative subscripts used to
	  reference indexed array elements to the paragraphs describing
	  ${parameter[subscript]}, since that's where they are implemented.
	  Pointed out by Christopher F. A. Johnson <cfajohnson@gmail.com>

arrayfunc.[ch],subst.c
	- array_expand_index now takes a new first argument: a SHELL_VAR *
	  of the array variable being subscripted.  Can be used later to fully
	  implement negative subscripts

				   3/14
				   ----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- fix mbskipname to not turn the directory entry name into a wide char
	  string if the conversion of the pattern to a wide char string fails
	- fix mbskipname to call skipname if either the pattern or the filename
	  can't be converted into a wide-char string

lib/glob/xmbsrtowcs.c
	- fix xdupmbstowcs2 to handle return value of 0 from mbsnrtowcs and
	  short-circuit with failure in that case.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

				   3/15
				   ----
bashline.c
	- new variable, bash_filename_quote_characters to store the value
	  assigned to rl_filename_quote_characters so it can be restored
	  if changed.
	- change bashline_reset and attempt_shell_completion to restore
	  rl_filename_quote_characters if not set to default

				   3/22
				   ----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- wdequote_pathname falls back to udequote_pathname if xdupmbstowcs
	  fails to convert the pathname to a wide-character string

lib/glob/xmbsrtowcs.c
	- xdupmbstowcs2: change to fix problem with leading '\\' (results in
	  nms == 0, which causes it to short-circuit with failure right
	  away).  Fixes bug pointed out by Werner Fink <werner@suse.de>
	- xdupmbstowcs2: compensate for mbsnrtowcs returning 0 by taking the
	  next single-byte character and going on
	- xdupmbstowcs2: change memory allocation to increase by WSBUF_INC
	  bytes; try to avoid calls to realloc (even if they don't actually
	  result in more memory being allocated)

				   3/24
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- slightly modify BASH_SUBSHELL description based on complaint from
	  Sam Liddicott <sam@liddicott.com>

				   3/25
				   ----
trap.c
	- change free_trap_strings to not call free_trap_string for signals
	  that are being ignored, like reset_or_restore_signal_handlers.
	  Fixes bug reported by Satoshi Takahashi <blue3waters@gmail.com>

				   3/26
				   ----
lib/readline/rltypedefs.h
	- remove old Function/VFunction/CPFunction/CPPFunction typedefs as
	  suggested by Tom Tromey <tromey@redhat.com>

lib/readline/rlstdc.h
	- move defines for USE_VARARGS/PREFER_STDARG/PREFER_VARARGS from
	  config.h.in to here because declaration of rl_message in
	  readline.h uses the defines.  This makes it hard for another packages
	  to use after the header files are installed, since config.h is not
	  one of the installed files.  Suggested by Tom Tromey
	  <tromey@redhat.com>

				   3/27
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- change indirection_string from a static buffer to a dynamic one
	  managed by indirection_level_string(), so we don't end up truncating
	  PS4.  Suggested by Dennis Williamson <dennistwilliamson@gmail.com>

lib/readline/shell.c
	- change sh_set_lines_and_columns to use static buffers instead of
	  allocating the buffers to pass to setenv/putenv

lib/readline/terminal.c
	- change _rl_get_screen_size to not call sh_set_lines_and_columns if
	  ignore_env == 0
	- _rl_sigwinch_resize_terminal: new function to just retrieve terminal
	  size, ignoring environment

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- new external declaration for _rl_sigwinch_resize_terminal() (currently
	  unused)

lib/readline/signals.c
	- rl_sigwinch_handler: set _rl_caught_signal to SIGWINCH
	- rl_sigwinch_handler: don't immediately call rl_resize_terminal; just
	  leave _rl_caught_signal set for RL_CHECK_SIGNALS to handle
	- _rl_signal_handler: call rl_resize_terminal if sig == SIGWINCH.
	  Should fix hang when sending multiple repeated SIGWINCH reported by
	  Henning Bekel <h.bekel@googlemail.com>

				   3/29
				   ----
lib/sh/snprintf.c
	- include math.h for any defines for isinf/isnan
	- use code from gnulib documentation to implement isinf/isnan if they
	  are not defined

configure.in
	- don't check for isinf or isnan; c99 says they're macros anyway

config.h.in
	- remove defines for ISINF_IN_LIBC and ISNAN_IN_LIBC, no longer used
	  by snprintf.c

				    4/2
				    ---
braces.c
	- brace_gobbler: fix to understand double-quoted command substitution,
	  since the shell understands unquoted comsubs.  Fixes bug reported
	  by Michael Whitten <mfwitten@gmail.com>

lib/readline/display.c
	- include <pc.h> on MDOS
	- get and set screen size using DJGPP-specific calls on MSDOS
	- move cursor up clear screen using DJGPP-specific calls
	- don't call tputs on DJGPP; there is no good terminfo support

lib/readline/terminal.c
	- include <pc.h> on MDOS
	- get and set screen size using DJGPP-specific calls on MSDOS
	- use DJGPP-specific initialization on MSDOS, zeroing all the
	  _rl_term_* variables
	- don't call tputs on DJGPP; there is no good terminfo support
	  DJGPP support from Eli Zaretskii  <eliz@gnu.org>

				    4/6
				    ---

config-top.h
	- change DEFAULT_PATH_VALUE to something more useful and modern

				    4/8
				    ---
tests/printf2.sub
	- make sure LC_ALL and LC_CTYPE are set so LANG assignment takes effect.
	  Reported by Cedric Arbogast <arbogast.cedric@gmail.com>

				   4/11
				   ----
include/chartypes.h
	- fix a couple of dicey defines (though ones that don't cause any
	  compiler warnings) in IN_CTYPE_DOMAIN

doc/{bashref.texi,bash.1}
	- add note referring to duplicating file descriptors in sections
	  describing redirecting stdout and stderr and appending to stdout
	  and stderr.  Suggested by Matthew Dinger <mdinger.bugzilla@gmail.com>

pcomplete.c
	- it_init_helptopics: new function to support completing on help topics,
	  not just builtins
	- it_helptopics: new programmable completion list of help topics
	- build list of helptopic completions in gen_action_completions on
	  demand

pcomplete.h
	- new extern declaration for it_helptopics

builtins/complete.def
	- the `helptopic' action now maps to CA_HELPTOPIC intead of CA_BUILTIN,
	  since there are more help topics than just builtins.  Suggested by
	  Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

				   4/12
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- fix print_arith_for_command to add a call to PRINT_DEFERRED_HEREDOCS
	  before ending the body of the command, so heredocs get attached to
	  the right command instead of to the loop.  From gentoo bug 363371
	  http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=363371

execute_cmd.c
	- change coproc_pidchk to unset the appropriate shell variables when
	  the (currently single) known coproc pid terminates
	- cleanup and new functions to fully support multiple coprocesses when
	  and if I decide to go there

				   4/13
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- fix print_group_command to add a call to PRINT_DEFERRED_HEREDOCS
	  after call to make_command_string_internal before printing closing
	  `}'
	- fix make_command_string_internal to add a call to
	  PRINT_DEFERRED_HEREDOCS after recursive call to
	  make_command_string_internal in case cm_subshell before printing
	  closing `)'

				   4/14
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- change overlapping strcpy in named_function_string to memmove

sig.h
	- UNBLOCK_SIGNAL: convenience define, same as UNBLOCK_CHILD, just
	  restores an old signal mask

trap.c
	- set_signal: instead of setting the signal handler to SIG_IGN while
	  installing the new trap handler, block the signal and unblock it
	  after the new handler is installed.  Fixes bug reported by Roman
	  Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

				   4/15
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- make it clear that enabling monitor mode means that all jobs run in
	  separate process groups

				   4/18
				   ----
builtins/fc.def
	- update fix of 4/15/2010 to not take saved_command_line_count into
	  account when stepping down the history list to make sure that
	  last_hist indexes something that is valid.  Fixes bug reported by
	  <piuma@piumalab.org>

				   4/19
				   ----
builtins/fc.def
	- fc_gethnum: make sure the calculation to decide the last history
	  entry is exactly the same as fc_builtin.  Fixes bug uncovered by
	  fix of 4/18 to stop seg fault

				   4/22
				   ----
lib/readline/terminal.c
	- change _rl_enable_meta_key to set a flag indicating that it sent the
	  enable-meta sequence
	- _rl_disable_meta_key: new function to turn off meta mode after we
	  turned it on with _rl_enable_meta_key

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- extern declaration for _rl_disable_meta_key

configure.in
	- if not cross-compiling, set CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD from any CFLAGS inherited
	  from the environment.  Fixes HP/UX build problem reported by
	  "Daniel Richard G." <skunk@iSKUNK.ORG>

				   4/26
				   ----
config-top.h
	- define MULTIPLE_COPROCS to 0 so the code is still disabled but easy
	  to enable via configure option or editing this file

				   4/29
				   ----
lib/sh/eaccess.c
	- freebsd provides faccessat, with the same misfeature as their eaccess
	  and access implementations (X_OK returns true for uid==0 regardless
	  of the actual file permissions), so reorganize code to check the
	  file permissions as with eaccess.  Report and fix from Johan Hattne
	  <johan.hattne@utsouthwestern.edu>

				    5/2
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- add forward reference to `Pattern Matching' from `Pathname
	  Expansion', suggested by Greg Wooledge <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

				    5/5
				    ---
pcomplib.c
	- the bash_completion project now distributes over 200 completions
	  for various programs, with no end in sight, so increase the value
	  of COMPLETE_HASH_BUCKETS from 32 to 128

pathexp.c
	- quote_string_for_globbing: make sure CTLESC quoting CTLESC is
	  translated into \<CTLESC> even if the flags include QGLOB_REGEXP.
	  We don't want to process the second CTLESC as a quote character.
	  Fixes bug reported by Shawn Bohrer <sbohrer@rgmadvisors.com>

				    5/6
				    ---
builtins/printf.def
	- change PRETURN to not call fflush if ferror(stdout) is true
	- if a call to one of the stdio functions or printstr leaves
	  ferror(stdout) true, and PRETURN is going to be called, let PRETURN
	  print the error message rather than doubling up the messages.  Fixes
	  problem reported by Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

				    5/9
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- add note to the effect that lists inside compound command can be
	  terminated by newlines as well as semicolons.  Suggested by
	  Roman Byshko <rbyshko@gmail.com>

				   5/10
				   ----
subst.c
	- remove_quoted_nulls: fix problem that caused it to skip over the
	  character after a CTLNUL, which had the effect of skipping every
	  other of a series of CTLNULs.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Marten Wikstrom <marten.wikstrom@keystream.se>

				   5/11
				   ----
subst.c
	- extract_process_subst: add SX_COMMAND flag to call to
	  extract_delimited_string, since we're expanding the same sort of
	  command as command substitution.  Fixes bug reported in Ubuntu
	  bug 779848

				   5/12
				   ----
configure.in
	- set the prefer_shared and prefer_static variables appropriately
	  depending on the value of $opt_static_link

aclocal.m4
	- AC_LIB_LINKFLAGS_BODY: change to not prefer shared versions of the
	  libraries it's searching for if the prefer_shared variable is "no".
	  Fixes problem reported by Cedric Arbogast <arbogast.cedric@gmail.com>

				   5/13
				   ----
lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_internal_teardown: add call to _rl_disable_meta_key to make the
	  meta key active only for the duration of the call to readline()
	- _rl_internal_setup: move call to _rl_enable_meta_key here from
	  readline_initialize_everything so the meta key is active only for
	  the duration of the call to readline().  Suggestion from Miroslav
	  Lichvar <mlichvar@redhat.com>

builtins/help.def
	- help_builtin: change strncmp to strcmp so that `help read' no longer
	  matches `readonly'.  Suggested by Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

config.h.in
	- add define for GLIBC21, checked using jm_GLIBC21 as part of the tests
	  for libintl

lib/malloc/malloc.c
	- internal_free: don't use the cached value of memtop when deciding
	  whether or not to adjust the break and give memory back to the kernel
	  when using the GNU C library, since glibc uses sbrk for its own
	  internal purposes.  From Debian bug 614815, reported by Samuel
	  Thibault <samuel.thibault@gnu.org>

aclocal.m4
	- BASH_STRUCT_WEXITSTATUS_OFFSET: change AC_RUN_IFELSE to AC_TRY_RUN
	  to avoid warning about not using AC_LANG_SOURCE

				   5/14
				   ----
bashline.[ch]
	- two new functions, bashline_set_event_hook and bashline_reset_event_hook,
	  to set rl_event_hook to bash_event_hook and back to NULL, respectively
	- don't set rl_event_hook unconditionally

sig.c
	- termsig_sighandler: if the shell is currently interactive and
	  readline is active, call bashline_set_event_hook to cause
	  termsig_handler to be called via bash_event_hook when the shell
	  returns from the signal handler

				   5/15
				   ----
lib/readline/display.c
	- _rl_col_width: Mac OS X has a bug in wcwidth: it does not return 0
	  for UTF-8 combining characters.  Added workaround dependent on
	  MACOSX.  Fixes problem pointed out by Thomas De Contes
	  <d.l.tDecontes@free.fr>

				   5/16
				   ----
lib/readline/rlmbutil.h
	- WCWIDTH: wrapper for wcwidth that returns 0 for Unicode combining
	  characters on systems where wcwidth is broken (e.g., Mac OS X).

lib/readline/{complete,display,mbutil}.c
	- use WCWIDTH instead of wcwidth

				   5/17
				   ----
lib/readline/display.c
	- update_line: after computing ofd and nfd, see whether the next
	  character in ofd is a zero-width combining character.  If it is,
	  back ofd and nfd up one, so the base characters no longer compare
	  as equivalent.  Fixes problem reported by Keith Winstein
	  <keithw@mit.edu>

lib/readline/nls.c
	- _rl_utf8locale: new flag variable, set to non-zero if the current
	  locale is UTF-8
	- utf8locale(): new function, returns 1 if the passed lspec (or the
	  current locale) indicates that the locale is UTF-8.  Called from
	  _rl_init_eightbit

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- extern declaration for _rl_utf8locale

locale.c
	- locale_utf8locale: new flag variable, set to non-zero if the current
	  locale is UTF-8 (currently unused)
	- locale_isutf8(): new function, returns 1 if the passed lspec (or the
	  current locale) indicates that the locale is UTF-8.  Should be called
	  whenever the locale or LC_CTYPE value is modified

aclocal.m4
	- BASH_WCWIDTH_BROKEN: new test for whether or not wcwidth returns
	  zero-width characters like unicode combining characters as having
	  display length 1; define WCWIDTH_BROKEN in this case

config.h.in
	- WCWIDTH_BROKEN: new define

lib/readline/rlmbutil.h
	- change WCWIDTH macro to use _rl_utf8locale and the full range of
	  Unicode combining characters (U+0300-U+036F)

				   5/19
				   ----
lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_search_context: new member, prevc, will hold character read
	  prior to lastc

lib/readline/isearch.c
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if the character causes us to index into
	  another keymap, save that character in cxt->prevc
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if we index into another keymap, but don't
	  find a function that's special to i-search, and the character that
	  caused us to index into that keymap would have terminated the
	  search, push back cxt->prevc and cxt->lastc to make it appear as
	  if `prevc' terminated the search, and execute lastc as a command.
	  We have to push prevc back so we index into the same keymap before
	  we read lastc.  Fixes bug report from Davor Cubranic
	  <cubranic@stat.ubc.ca>

				   5/20
				   ----
expr.c
	- expr_bind_variable: pay attention to the return value from
	  bind_variable and check whether or not we should error out due to
	  a readonly or noassign variable.  Fixes bug reported by Eric
	  Blake <eblake@redhat.com>

				   5/26
				   ----

lib/readline/search.c
	- include histlib.h for ANCHORED_SEARCH defines
	- rl_history_search_flags: new variable, holds ANCHORED_SEARCH flag for
	  the duration of a history search
	- rl_history_search_reinit: takes a new flags variable, defines whether
	  or not the search is anchored; assigned to rl_history_search_flags
	- rl_history_serarch_reinit: if ANCHORED_SEARCH flag passed, add ^ to
	  beginning of search string; otherwise search string is unmodified
	- rl_history_search_internal: set rl_point appropriately based on
	  whether or not rl_history_search_flags includes ANCHORED_SEARCH
	- rl_history_substr_search_forward: new function, for non-anchored
	  substring search forward through history for string of characters
	  preceding rl_point
	- rl_history_substr_search_backward: new function, for non-anchored
	  substring search backward through history for string of characters
	  preceding rl_point.  Original code from Niraj Kulkarni
	  <kulkarniniraj14@gmail.com>

lib/readline/readline.h
	- extern declarations for rl_history_substr_search_{for,back}ward

lib/readline/funmap.c
	- history-substring-search-forward: new bindable command, invokes
	  rl_history_substr_search_forward
	- history-substring-search-backward: new bindable command, invokes
	  rl_history_substr_search_backward

lib/readline/doc/{rluser.texi,readline.3}
	- document history-substring-search-forward and
	  history-substring-search-backward

				   5/27
				   ----
{nojobs,jobs}.c
	- add support for DONT_REPORT_SIGTERM so that the shell doesn't print
	  a message when a job exits due to SIGTERM since that's the default
	  signal sent by the kill builtin.  Suggested by Marc Herbert
	  <mark.herbert@gmail.com>

config-top.h
	- DONT_REPORT_SIGTERM: new user-modifiable setting.  Commented out
	  by default

				   5/28
				   ----
lib/readline/bind.c
	- _rl_skip_to_delim: skip to a closing double quote or other delimiter,
	  allowing backslash to quote any character, including the delimiter
	- rl_parse_and_bind: call _rl_skip_to_delim instead of using inline
	  code
	- rl_parse_and_bind: allow quoted strings as the values of string
	  variables.  Variable values without double quotes have trailing
	  whitespace removed (which still allows embedded whitespace, for
	  better or worse).  Fixes problem with string variables not matching
	  in `set' command if values happen to have trailing spaces or tabs
	  (debian bash bug #602762), but introduces slight incompatibility.

				   5/29
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- clarify unset description to specify that without options, a
	  variable, then a shell function if there is no variable by that
	  name, is unset.  Fixes discrepancy reported by Mu Qiao
	  <qiaomuf@gentoo.org>

				   6/4
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- clarify description of LINES and COLUMNS (and checkwinsize shopt
	  option) to make it clear that only interactive shells set a
	  handler for SIGWINCH and update LINES and COLUMNS.  Original
	  report submitted by Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com>

arrayfunc.c
	- expand_compound_array_assignment: defer expansion of words between
	  parens when performing compound assignmnt to an associative array
	  variable
	- assign_compound_array_list: perform the same expansions when doing
	  a compound array assignment to an associative array variable as
	  when doing a straight array index assignment.  The idea is that
	  	foo=( [ind1]=bar [ind2]=quux)
	  is the same as
		foo[ind1]=bar ; foo[ind2]=quux

	  This fixes problems with double-expansion and quote removal being
	  performed on the array indices

				   6/13
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- Add a little text to make it clear that the locale determines how
	  range expressions in glob patterns are handled.


				   6/21
				   ----
builtins/read.def
	- display a message and return error status if -a is used with an
	  existing associative array.  Fixes bug reported by Curtis Doty
	  <curtis@greenkey.net>

				   6/24
				   ----
{jobs,nojobs}.c
	- non-interactive shells now react to the setting of checkwinsize
	  and set LINES and COLUMNS after a foreground job exits.  From a
	  suggestion by Leslie Rhorer <lrhorer@satx.rr.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- checkwinsize: remove language saying that only interactive shells
	  check the window size after each command

lib/readline/histfile.c
	- history_backupfile: new file, creates a backup history file name
	  given a filename (appending `-')
	- history_do_write: when overwriting the history file, back it up
	  before writing.  Restore backup file on a write error.  Suggested
	  by chkno@chkno.net

bashline.c
	- find_cmd_name: two new arguments, return the start and end of the
	  actual text string used to find the command name, without taking
	  whitespace into account
	- attempt_shell_completion: small changes to make sure that completion
	  attempted at the beginning of a non-empty line does not find a
	  programmable completion, even if the command name starts at point
	- attempt_shell_completion: small change to make sure that completion
	  does not find a progcomp when in whitespace before the command
	  name
	- attempt_shell_completion: small change to make sure that completion
	  does not find a progcomp when point is at the first character of a
	  command name, even when there is leading whitespace (similar to
	  above).  Fixes problems noted by Ville Skytta <ville.skytta@iki.fi>

subst.c
	- brace_expand_word_list: since the individual strings in the strvec
	  returned by brace_expand are already allocated, don't copy them to
	  newly-allocated memory when building the WORD_LIST, just use them
	  intact

locale.c
	- locale_mb_cur_max: cache value of MB_CUR_MAX when we set or change
	  the locale to avoid a function call every time we need to read it

shell.h
	- new struct to save shell_input_line and associated variables:
	  shell_input_line_state_t
	- add members of sh_parser_state_t to save and restore token and the
	  size of the token buffer

parse.y
	- {save,restore}_input_line_state: new functions to save and restore
	  shell_input_line and associated variables
	- {save,restore}_parser_state: add code to save and restore the token
	  and token buffer size
	- xparse_dolparen: call save_ and restore_input_line_state to avoid
	  problems with overwriting shell_input_line when we recursively
	  call the parser to parse a command substitution.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Rui Santos <rsantos@grupopie.com>

include/shmbutil.h
	- use locale_mb_cur_max instead of MB_CUR_MAX in ADVANCE_CHAR and
	  similar macros

lib/glob/smatch.c
	- rangecmp,rangecmp_wc: change to take an additional argument, which
	  forces the use of strcoll/wscoll when non-zero.  If it's 0, a new
	  variable `glob_asciirange' controls whether or not we use strcoll/
	  wscoll.  If glob_asciirange is non-zero, we use straight
	  C-locale-like ordering. Suggested by  Aharon Robbins
	  <arnold@skeeve.com>

				   6/30
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: make sure the lastpipe code is protected by
	  #ifdef JOB_CONTROL.  Fixes problem reported by Thomas Cort
	  <tcort@minix3.org>

				    7/2
				    ---
lib/readline/complete.c
	- EXPERIMENTAL: remove setting of _rl_interrupt_immediately around
	  completion functions that touch the file system.  Idea from Jan
	  Kratochvil <jan.ktratochvil@redhat.com> and the GDB development
	  team

lib/readline/signals.c
	- rl_signal_handler: if we're in callback mode, don't interrupt
	  immediately on a SIGWINCH

				    7/3
				    ---
bashline.c
	- set_directory_hook: and its siblings are a new set of functions to
	  set, save, and restore the appropriate directory completion hook
	- change callers to use {set,save,restore}_directory_hook instead of
	  manipulating rl_directory_rewrite_hook directly
	- dircomplete_expand: new variable, defaults to 0, if non-zero causes
	  directory names to be word-expanded during word and filename
	  completion
	- change {set,save,restore}_directory_hook to look at dircomplete_expand
	  and change rl_directory_completion_hook or rl_directory_rewrite_hook
	  appropriately

bashline.h
	- extern declaration for set_directory_hook so shopt code can use it

				    7/6
				    ---
builtins/shopt.def
	- globasciiranges: new settable shopt option, makes glob ranges act
	  as if in the C locale (so b no longer comes between A and B).
	  Suggested by Aharon Robbins <arnold@skeeve.com>

				    7/7
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new `globasciiranges' shopt option

				    7/8
				    ---
builtins/shopt.def
	- direxpand: new settable option, makes filename completion expand
	  variables in directory names like bash-4.1 did.
	- shopt_set_complete_direxpand: new function, does the work for the
	  above by calling set_directory_hook

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new `direxpand' shopt option

				   7/15
				   ----
lib/readline/isearch.c
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: when adding character to search string, use
	  cxt->lastc (which we use in the switch statement) instead of c,
	  since lastc can be modified earlier in the function

				   7/18
				   ----
lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_search_context: add another member to save previous value of
	  (multibyte) lastc: pmb is to mb as prevc is to lastc

lib/readline/isearch.c:
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if a key sequence indexes into a new keymap,
	  but doesn't find any bound function (k[ind].function == 0) or is
	  bound to self-insert (k[ind].function == rl_insert), back up and
	  insert the previous character (the one that caused the index into a
	  new keymap) and arrange things so the current character is the next
	  one read, so both of them end up in the search string.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: a couple of efficiency improvements when adding
	  characters to the isearch string

				   7/24
				   ----
lib/readline/isearch.c
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: save and restore cxt->mb and cxt->pmb
	  appropriately when in a multibyte locale

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- correct description of {x}>file (and other redirection operators
	  that allocate a file descriptor) to note the the fd range is
	  greater than or equal to 10.  Fixes problem reported by
	  Christian Ullrich 

lib/readline/signals.c
	- rl_signal_handler: don't interrupt immediately if in callback mode

lib/readline/callback.c
	- rl_callback_read_char: install signal handlers only when readline
	  has control in callback mode, so readline's signal handlers aren't
	  called when the application is active (e.g., between the calls to
	  rl_callback_handler_install and rl_callback_read_char).  If the
	  readline signal handlers only set a flag, which the application
	  doesn't know about, the signals will effectively be ignored until
	  the next time the application calls into the readline callback
	  interface.  Fixes problem of calling unsafe functions from signal
	  handlers when in callback mode reported by Jan Kratochvil
	  <jan.kratochvil@redhat.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- fix_assignment_words: when in Posix mode, the `command' builtin
	  doesn't change whether or not the command name it protects is an
	  assignment builtin.  One or more instances of `command'
	  preceding `export', for instance, doesn't make `export' treat its
	  assignment statement arguments differently.  Posix interpretation
	  #351

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new Posix-mode behavior of `command' when preceding builtins
	  that take assignment statements as arguments

builtins/printf.def
	- printstr: if fieldwidth or precision are < 0 or > INT_MAX when
	  supplied explicitly (since we take care of the `-' separately),
	  clamp at INT_MAX like when using getint().  Fixes issue reported
	  by Ralph Coredroy <ralph@inputplus.co.uk>

				   7/25
				   ----
lib/readline/chardefs.h
	- isxdigit: don't define if compiling with c++; declared as a c++
	  template function.  Fixes bug reported by Miroslav Lichvar
	  <mlichvar@redhat.com>

builtins/printf.def
	- getint: if garglist == 0, return whatever getintmax returns (0).
	  Fixes bug reported  by Ralph Coredroy <ralph@inputplus.co.uk>

				   7/28
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- minor changes to the descriptions of the cd and pushd builtins

lib/sh/zread.c
	- zsyncfd: change variable holding return value from lseek to
	  off_t.  Bug report and fix from Gregory Margo <gmargo@pacbell.net>

				    8/1
				    ---
expr.c
	- don't check for division by 0 when in a context where no evaluation
	  is taking place.  Fixes bug reported by dnade.ext@orange-ftgroup.com

				    8/6
				    ---
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: the parent branch of the subshell code
	  (where the child calls execute_in_subshell) should not close all
	  open FIFOs with unlink_fifo_list if it's part of a shell function
	  that's still executing.  Fixes bug reported by Maarten Billemont
	  <lhunath@lyndir.com>

				    8/9
				    ---
builtins/common.c
	- get_exitstat: return EX_BADUSAGE (2) on a non-numeric argument

builtins/return.def
	- return_builtin: just call get_exitstat to get the return status,
	  let it handle proper parsing and handling of arguments.  Fixes
	  issue most recently raised by Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>.
	  Reverses change from 9/11/2008 (see above)

				   8/16
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- clean up `set -e' language to make it clearer that any failure of
	  a compound command will cause the shell to exit, not just subshells
	  and brace commands

				   8/17
				   ----
configure.in
	- make the various XXX_FOR_BUILD variables `precious' to autoconf to
	  avoid stale data
	- change how CC_FOR_BUILD is initialized when cross-compiling and not,
	  but do not change behavior
	- initialize CFLAGS_FOR_BUILD to -g when cross-compiling
	- initialize LIBS_FOR_BUILD to $(LIBS) when not cross-compiling, empty
	  when cross-compiling
	- create AUTO_CFLAGS variable to hold basic CFLAGS defaults; used when
	  CFLAGS not inherited from environment (like effect of old
	  auto_cflags variable)
	- substitute LIBS_FOR_BUILD into output Makefiles
	  [changes inspired by bug report from Nathan Phillip Brink
	  <ohnobinki@ohnopublishing.net> -- gentoo bug 378941]

builtins/Makefile.in	
	- substitute LIBS_FOR_BUILD from configure, not strictly initialized
	  to $(LIBS)

				   8/27
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- minor changes to the here string description to clarify the
	  expansions performed on the word

support/shobj-conf
	- handle compilation on Lion (Mac OS X 10.7/darwin11) with changes
	  to darwin stanzas.  Fixes readline bug reported by Vincent
	  Sheffer <vince.sheffer@apisphere.com>

lib/sh/strtrans.c
	- ansic_wshouldquote: check a string with multi-byte characters for
	  characters that needs to be backslash-octal escaped for $'...'
	- ansic_shouldquote: if is_basic fails for one character, let
	  ansic_wshouldquote examine the rest of the string and return what
	  it returns.  From a patch sent by Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

				   8/30
				   ----
lib/sh/strtrans.c
	- ansic_quote: changes to quote (or not) multibyte characters.  New
	  code converts them to wide characters and uses iswprint to check
	  valid wide chars.  From a patch sent by Roman Rakus
	  <rrakus@redhat.com>

				    9/7
				    ---
lib/sh/shquote.c
	- sh_backslash_quote: change to be table-driven so we can use a
	  different table if we want to
	- sh_backslash_quote: takes a second char table[256] argument;

externs.h
	- sh_backslash_quote: add second argument to function prototype

bashline.c,braces.c,parse.y,builtins/printf.def
	- change callers of sh_backslash_quote to add second argument

bashline.c
	- filename_bstab: table of characters to pass to sh_backslash_quote;
	  characters with value 1 will be backslash-quoted
	- set_filename_bstab: turn on characters in filename backslash-quote
	  table according to passed string argument
	- call set_filename_bstab every time rl_filename_quote_characters is
	  assigned a value
	- bash_quote_filename: call sh_backslash_quote with filename_bstab
	  as second argument.  This allows other characters in filenames to
	  be quoted without quoting, for instance, a dollar sign in a shell
	  variable reference

				    9/8
				    ---
bashline.c
	- complete_fullquote: new variable, controls table passed to
	  sh_backslash_quote.  If non-zero (the default), the standard set
	  of shell metacharacters -- as in bash versions up to and including
	  bash-4.2 -- gets backslash-quoted by the completion code.  If zero,
	  sh_backslash_quote gets the table with the characters in the
	  variable reference removed, which means they are removed from the
	  set of characters to be quoted in filenames

				   9/10
				   ----
bashline.c
	- bash_filename_stat_hook: new function, designed to expand variable
	  references in filenames before readline passes them to stat(2)
	  to determine whether or not they are a directory

				   9/15
				   ----
builtins/declare.def
	- if assign_array_element fails due to a bad (or empty) subscript, mark
	  it as an assignment error and don't attempt any further processing
	  of that declaration.  Fixes segfault bug reported by Diego Augusto
	  Molina <diegoaugustomolina@gmail.com>

				   9/19
				   ----
expr.c
	- exppower: replace the simple exponentiation algorithm with an
	  implementation of exponentiation by squaring.  Inspired by report
	  from Nicolas ARGYROU <nargy@yahoo.com>

bashline.c
	- bash_quote_filename: check for rtext being non-null before
	  dereferencing it
	- set_saved_history: operate_and_get_next assumes that the previous
	  line was added to the history, even when the history is stifled and
	  at the max number of entries.  If it wasn't, make sure the history
	  number is incremented properly.  Partial fix for bug reported by
	  gregrwm <backuppc-users@whitleymott.net>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi},lib/readline/doc/{hsuser,rluser}.texi
	- minor editorial changes inspired by suggestions from
	  Roger Zauner <rogerx.oss@gmail.com>

				   9/20
				   ----
lib/intl/localealias.c
	- read_alias_file: close resource leak (fp) when returning on error

				   9/22
				   ----
execute_command.c
	- execute_intern_function: implement Posix interpretation 383 by making
	  it an error to define a function with the same name as a special
	  builtin when in Posix mode.
	  http://austingroupbugs.net/view.php?id=383#c692

				   9/25
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- formatting and some content changes from Benno Schulenberg
	  <bensberg@justemail.net>
	- document new posix-mode behavior from interp 383 change of 9/22

				   9/30
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- shell_execve: add strerror to error message about executable file
	  that shell can't execute as a shell script.  From suggestion by
	  daysleeper <daysleeper@centrum.cz>

				   10/1
				   ----
bashhist.c
	- maybe_add_history: act as if literal_history is set when parser_state
	  includes PST_HEREDOC, so we save the bodies of here-documents just
	  as they were entered.  Fixes bug reported by Jonathan Wakely
	  <bugs@kayari.org>
	- bash_add_history: make sure that the second and subsequent lines of
	  a here document don't have extra newlines or other delimiting
	  chars added, since they have the trailing newline preserved, when
	  `lithist' is set and history_delimiting_chars isn't called

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: avoid fd exhaustion caused by using
	  process substitution in loops inside shell functions by using
	  copy_fifo_list and close_new_fifos ().  Fixes debian bash bug
	  642504

lib/readline/complete.c
	- new variable, rl_filename_stat_hook, used by append_to_match.  If
	  filename completion is desired, and rl_filename_stat_hook points
	  to a function, call that function to expand the filename in an
	  application-specific way before calling stat.

bashline.c
	- bash_default_completion: if variable completion returns a single
	  match, use bash_filename_stat_hook and file_isdir to determine
	  whether or not the variable name expands to a directory.  If it
	  does, set the filename_append_character to `/'.  This is not
	  perfect, so we will see how it works out.  Adds functionality
	  requested by Peter Toft <pto@linuxbog.dk> and Patrick Pfeifer
	  <patrick@pfeifer.de>
	- rl_filename_stat_hook: assigned bash_filename_stat_hook, so things
	  like $HOME/Downloads (after completion) have a slash appended.
	  In general, this causes the stat hook to be called whenever
	  filename completion is appended.  Adds functionality requested by
	  Patrick Pfeifer <patrick@pfeifer.de>

lib/readline/readline.h
	- new extern declaration for rl_filename_stat_hook

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- rl_directory_rewrite_hook: now documented
	- rl_filename_stat_hook: document

pcomplete.c
	- gen_action_completions: in the CA_DIRECTORY case, turn off
	  rl_filename_completion_desired if it was off before we called
	  rl_filename_completion_function and we didn't get any matches.
	  Having it on causes readline to quote the matches as if they
	  were filenames.  Adds functionality requested by many,
	  including Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

assoc.[ch]
	- assoc_replace: new function, takes the same arguments as
	  assoc_insert, but returns the old data instead of freeing it
	- assoc_insert: if the object returned by hash_insert doesn't have
	  the same value for its key as the key passed as an argument, we
	  are overwriting an existing value.  In this case, we can free the
	  key.  Fixes bug reported by David Parks <davidparks21@yahoo.com>

				   10/5
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- indirection_level_string: small change to only re-enable `x'
	  option after calling decode_prompt_string if it was on before.  In
	  normal mode, it will be, but John Reiser <jreiser@bitwagon.com>
	  has a novel use for that code in conjunction with a pre-loaded
	  shared library that traces system call usage in shell scripts

				   10/10
				   -----
Makefile.in
	- Fix from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org> to avoid trying to
	  build y.tab.c and y.tab.h with two separate runs of yacc if
	  parse.y changes.  Problem with parallel makes
	- Fix from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org> to avoid subdirectory
	  builds each trying to make version.h (and all its dependencies)

lib/sh/Makefile.in
	- remove some dependencies on version.h where it doesn't make sense

variables.c
	- initialize_shell_variables: while reading the environment, a shell
	  running in posix mode now checks for SHELLOPTS being readonly (it
	  gets set early on in main()) before trying to assign to it.  It
	  saves an error message and the variable gets parsed as it should.
	  Fixes bug reported by Len Giambrone <Len.Giambrone@intersystems.com>

				   10/14
				   -----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- add to the "duplicating file descriptors" description that >&word
	  doesn't redirect stdout and stderr if word expands to `-'
	- add to the "appending standard output and standard error"
	  description a note that >&word, where word is a number or `-',
	  causes other redirection operators to apply for sh and Posix
	  compatibility reasons.  Suggested by Greg Wooledge
	  <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

				   10/15
				   -----
pcomplete.c
	- change pcomp_filename_completion_function to only run the filename
	  dequoting function in the cases (as best as it can figure) where
	  readline won't do it via rl_filename_completion_function.  Based
	  on reports from <lolilolicon@gmail.com>

				   10/19
				   -----
bashline.c
	- attempt_shell_completion: add call to set_directory_hook() to make
	  sure the rewrite functions are correct.  It's cheap and doesn't
	  hurt
	- command_word_completion_function: if completing a command name that
	  starts with `.' or `..', temporarily suppress the effects of the
	  `direxpand' option and restore the correct value after calling
	  rl_filename_completion_function.  If it's enabled, the directory
	  name will be rewritten and no longer match `./' or `../'.  Fixes
	  problem reported by Michael Kalisz <michael@kalisz.homelinux.net>

				   10/22
				   -----
builtins/history.def
	- push_history: make sure remember_on_history is enabled before we
	  try to delete the last history entry -- the `history -s' command
	  might not have been saved.  Fixes bug reported by
	  lester@vmw-les.eng.vmware.com

lib/readline/complete.c
	- rl_callback_read_char: add calls to a macro CALLBACK_READ_RETURN
	  instead of straight return; add same call at end of function.
	  Placeholder for future work in deinstalling signal handlers when
	  readline is not active

				   10/25
				   -----
expr.c
	- exp2: catch arithmetic overflow when val1 == INTMAX_MIN and val2 == -1
	  for DIV and MOD and avoid SIGFPE.  Bug report and pointer to fix
	  from Jaak Ristioja <jaak.ristioja@cyber.ee>
	- expassign: same changes for arithmetic overflow for DIV and MOD

				   10/28
				   -----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: allow pattern substitution when there is an
	  expansion of the form ${var/} as a no-op: replacing nothing with
	  nothing
	- parameter_brace_patsub: don't need to check for PATSUB being NULL;
	  it never is

flags.c
	- if STRICT_POSIX is defined, initialize history_expansion to 0, since
	  history expansion (and its treatment of ! within double quotes) is
	  not a conforming posix environment.  From austin-group issue 500

lib/readline/histexpand.c
	- history_expand: when processing a string within double quotes
	  (DQUOTE == 1), make the closing double quote inhibit history
	  expansion, as if the word were outside double quotes.  In effect,
	  we assume that the double quote is followed by a character in
	  history_no_expand_chars.  tcsh and csh seem to do this.  This
	  answers a persistent complaint about history expansion

				   10/29
				   -----
make_cmd.c
	- make_arith_for_command: use skip_to_delim to find the next `;'
	  when breaking the string between the double parens into three
	  separate components instead of a simple character loop.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   11/2
				   ----
Makefile.in
	- make libbuiltins.a depend on builtext.h to serialize its creation
	  and avoid conflict between multiple invocations of mkbuiltins.
	  Fix from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   11/5
				   ----
findcmd.c
	- user_command_matches: if stat(".", ...) returns -1, set st_dev
	  and st_ino fields in dotinfo to 0 to avoid same_file matches
	- find_user_command_in_path: check stat(2) return the same way

lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_vector: don't call strlen(pat) without checking pat == 0
	- glob_dir_to_array: make sure to free `result' and all allocated
	  members before returning error due to malloc failure
	- glob_vector: make sure to free `nextname' and `npat' on errors
	  (mostly when setting lose = 1)
	- glob_vector: if flags & GX_MATCHDIRS but not GX_ALLDIRS, make
	  sure we free `subdir'
	- glob_filename: when expanding ** (GX_ALLDIRS), make sure we
	  free temp_results (return value from glob_vector)

lib/glob/xmbsrtowcs.c
	- xdupmbstowcs: fix call to realloc to use sizeof (char *) instead
	  of sizeof (char **) when assigning idxtmp

execute_cmd.c
	- print_index_and_element: return 0 right away if L == 0
	- is_dirname: fix memory leak by freeing `temp'
	- time_command: don't try to deref NULL `command' when assigning
	  to `posix_time'
	- shell_execve: null-terminate `sample' after READ_SAMPLE_BUF so it's
	  terminated for functions that expect that

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: don't call bind_read_variable with a potentially-null
	  string

pcomplete.c
	- gen_command_matches: don't call dispose_word_desc with a NULL arg
	- gen_compspec_completions: fix memory leak by freeing `ret' before
	  calling gen_action_completions (tcs, ...).  happens when
	  performing directory completion as default and no completions
	  have been generated
	- gen_progcomp_completions: make sure to set foundp to 0 whenever
	  returning NULL
	- it_init_aliases: fix memory leak by freeing alias_list before
	  returning

bashline.c
	- command_word_completion_function: don't call restore_tilde with a
	  NULL directory_part argument
	- bash_directory_expansion: bugfix: don't throw away results of
	  rl_directory_rewrite_hook if it's set and returns non-zero
	- bind_keyseq_to_unix_command: free `kseq' before returning error

arrayfunc.c
	- assign_array_element_internal: make sure `akey' is freed if non-null
	  before returning error
	- assign_compound_array_list: free `akey' before returning error
	- array_value_internal: free `akey' before returning error
	- unbind_array_element: free `akey' before returning error

subst.c
	- array_length_reference: free `akey' before returning error in case
	  of expand_assignment_string_to_string error
	- array_length_reference: free `akey' after call to assoc_reference
	- skip_to_delim: if skipping process and command substitution, free
	  return value from extract_process_subst
	- parameter_brace_substring: free `val' (vtype == VT_VARIABLE) before
	  returning if verify_substring_values fails
	- parameter_brace_expand: remove two duplicate lines that allocate
	  ret in parameter_brace_substring case
	- parameter_brace_expand: convert `free (name); name = xmalloc (...)'
	  to use `xrealloc (name, ...)'
	- parameter_brace_expand: free `name' before returning when handling
	  ${!PREFIX*} expansion
	- split_at_delims: fix memory leak by freeing `d2' before returning

redir.c
	- redirection_error: free `filename' if the redirection operator is
	  REDIR_VARASSIGN by assigning allocname

eval.c
	- send_pwd_to_eterm: fix memory leak by freeing value returned by
	  get_working_directory()

builtins/cd.def
	- change_to_directory: fix memory leak by freeing return value from
	  resetpwd()
	- cd_builtin: fix memory leak by freeing value returned by dirspell()
	- cd_builtin: fix memory leak by freeing `directory' if appropriate
	  before overwriting with return value from resetpwd()

builtins/type.def
	- describe_command: free `full_path' before overwriting it with return
	  value from sh_makepath

builtins/complete.def
	- compgen_builtin: fix memory leak by calling strlist_dispose (sl)
	  before overwriting sl with return value from completions_to_stringlist

builtins/hash.def
	- list_hashed_filename_targets: fix memory leak by freeing `target'

make_cmd.c
	- make_arith_for_command: free `init', `test', and `step' before
	  returning error on parse error

jobs.c
	- initialize_job_control: don't call move_to_high_fd if shell_tty == -1

general.c
	- check_dev_tty: don't call close with an fd < 0
	- legal_number: deal with NULL `string' argument, return invalid

lib/sh/fmtulong.c
	- fmtulong: if the `base' argument is invalid, make sure we index
	  buf by `len-1' at maximum

print_cmd.c
	- print_deferred_heredocs: don't try to dereference a NULL `cstring'
	- cprintf: make sure to call va_end (args)

variables.c
	- push_dollar_vars: fix call to xrealloc to use sizeof (WORD_LIST *)
	  instead of sizeof (WORD_LIST **)

lib/sh/zmapfd.c
	- zmapfd: if read returns error, free result and return -1 immediately
	  instead of trying to reallocate it

				   11/6
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- cpl_reap: rewrote to avoid using pointer after freeing it; now builds
	  new coproc list on the fly while traversing the old one and sets the
	  right values for coproc_list when done

				   11/12
				   -----
builtins/set.def
	- if neither -f nor -v supplied, don't allow a readonly function to
	  be implicitly unset.  Fixes bug reported by Jens Schmidt
	  <jens.schmidt35@arcor.de>

lib/readline/callback.c
	- change CALLBACK_READ_RETURN to clear signal handlers before returning
	  from rl_callback_read_char so readline's signal handlers aren't
	  installed when readline doesn't have control.  Idea from Jan
	  Kratochvil <jan.ktratochvil@redhat.com> and the GDB development
	  team

pcomplete.h
	- COPT_NOQUOTE: new complete/compgen option value

builtins/complete.def
	- noquote: new complete/compgen option; will be used to disable
	  filename completion quoting

pcomplete.c
	- pcomp_set_readline_variables: pay attention to COPT_NOQUOTE; turns
	  of rl_filename_quoting_desired if set; turns it on if unset (value
	  is inverted, since default is on)

doc/bash.1,lib/readline/doc/rluser.texi
	- document new -o noquote option to complete/compgen/compopt

pathexp.c
	- quote_string_for_globbing: if QGLOB_REGEXP, make sure characters
	  between brackets in an ERE bracket expression are not inappropriately
	  quoted with backslashes.  This is a pretty substantial change,
	  should be stressed when opening bash up for alpha and beta tests.
	  Fixes bug pointed out by Stephane Chazleas
	  <stephane_chazelas@yahoo.fr>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document that regexp matches can be inconsistent when quoting
	  characters in bracket expressions, since usual quoting characters
	  lose their meaning within brackets
	- note that regular expression matching when the pattern is stored
	  in a shell variable which is quoted for expansion causes string
	  matching

redir.h
	- RX_SAVEFD: new flag value; notes that a redirection denotes an
	  fd used to save another even if it's not >= SHELL_FD_BASE

redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: when deciding whether or not to reset the
	  close-on-exec flag on a restored file descriptor, trust the value
	  of redirect->flags & RX_SAVCLEXEC even if the fd is < SHELL_FD_BASE
	  if the RX_SAVEFD flag is set
	- add_undo_redirect: set the RX_SAVEFD flag if the file descriptor
	  limit is such that the shell can't duplicate to a file descriptor
	  >= 10.  Fixes a limitation that tripped a coreutils test reported
	  by Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>

				   11/19
				   -----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi},lib/readline/doc/hsuser.texi
	- make it clear that bash runs HISTFILESIZE=$HISTSIZE after reading
	  the startup files
	- make it clear that bash runs HISTSIZE=500 after reading the
	  startup files
	- make it clear that setting HISTSIZE=0 causes commands to not be
	  saved in the history list
	- make it clear that setting HISTFILESIZE=0 causes the history file
	  to be truncated to zero size

variables.c
	- sv_histsize: change so setting HISTSIZE to a value less than 0
	  causes the history to be `unstifled'
	- sv_histsize: change so setting HISTFILESIZE to a value less than 0
	  results in no file truncation
	- make it clear that numeric values less than 0 for HISTFILESIZE or
	  HISTSIZE inhibit the usual functions

				   11/23
				   -----
parse.y
	- save_input_line_state: add missing `return ls' at the end, since the
	  function is supposed to return its argument.  Pointed out by
	  Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

builtins/read.def
	- skip over NUL bytes in input, as most modern shells seem to.  Bug
	  report by Matthew Story <matt@tablethotels.com>

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- rl_vi_replace: set _rl_vi_last_key_before_insert to invoking key

				   11/25
				   -----
builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: if xrealloc returns same pointer as first argument,
	  don't bother with the remove_unwind_protect/add_unwind_protect pair
	- read_builtin: set a flag (`reading') around calls to zread/zreadc
	  and readline()
	- sigalrm: change to set flag (`sigalrm_seen') and only longjmp if
	  currently in read(2) (reading != 0)
	- CHECK_ALRM: new macro, checks sigalrm_seen and longjmps if non-zero,
	  behavior of old SIGALRM catching function
	- read_builtin: call CHECK_ALRM in appropriate places while reading
	  line of input.  Fixes bug reported by Pierre Gaston
	  <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- rl_vi_replace: initialize characters before printing characters in
	  vi_replace_keymap to their default values in vi_insertion_keymap,
	  since we're supposed to be in insert mode replacing characters
	- rl_vi_replace: call rl_vi_start_inserting to set last command to
	  `R' for undo
	- rl_vi_replace: set _rl_vi_last_key_before_insert to `R' for future
	  use by _rl_vi_done_inserting
	- vi_save_insert_buffer: new function, broke out code that copies text
	  into vi_insert_buffer from _rl_vi_save_insert
	- _rl_vi_save_replace: new function, saves text modified by
	  rl_vi_replace (using current point and vi_replace_count to figure
	  it out) to vi_replace_buffer
	- _rl_vi_save_insert: call vi_save_insert_buffer
	- _rl_vi_done_inserting: if _rl_vi_last_key_before_insert == 'R', call
	  _rl_vi_save_replace to save text modified in replace mode (uses
	  vi_save_insert_buffer)
	- _rl_vi_replace_insert: new function, replaces the number of chars
	  in vi_insert_buffer after rl_point with contents ov vi_insert_buffer
	- rl_vi_redo: call _rl_vi_replace_insert if last command == 'R' and
	  there's something in vi_insert_buffer.  Fixes bug with `.' not
	  redoing the most recent `R' command, reported by Geoff Clare
	  <g.clare@opengroup.org> in readline area on savannah

				   11/26
				   -----
lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- RL_SIG_RECEIVED(): evaluate to non-zero if there is a pending signal
	  to be handled
	- RL_SIGINT_RECEIVED(): evaluate to non-zero if there is a pending
	  SIGINT to be handled

lib/readline/complete.c
	- remove all mention of _rl_interrupt_immediately
	- rl_completion_matches: check RL_SIG_RECEIVED after each call to
	  the entry function, call RL_CHECK_SIGNALS if true to handle the
	  signal
	- rl_completion_matches: if RL_SIG_RECEIVED evaluates to true, free
	  and zero out the match_list this function allocated
	- rl_completion_matches: if the completion entry function is
	  rl_filename_completion_function, free the contents of match_list,
	  because that function does not keep state and will not free the
	  entries; avoids possible memory leak pointed out by
	  Garrett Cooper <yanegomi@gmail.com>
	- gen_completion_matches: if RL_SIG_RECEIVED evalutes to true after
	  calling rl_attempted_completion_function, free the returned match
	  list and handle the signal with RL_CHECK_SIGNALS; avoids
	  possible memory leak pointed out by Garrett Cooper
	  <yanegomi@gmail.com>
	- gen_completion_matches: if RL_SIG_RECEIVED evaluates to true after
	  calling rl_completion_matches, free the returned match list and
	  handle the signal with RL_CHECK_SIGNALS

lib/readline/util.c
	- rl_settracefp: new utility function to set the tracing FILE *

lib/readline/signals.c
	- _rl_sigcleanup: pointer to a function that will be called with the
	  signal and a void * argument from _rl_handle_signal
	- _rl_sigcleanarg: void * that the rest of the code can set to have
	  passed to the signal cleanup function
	- _rl_handle_signal: if _rl_sigcleanup set, call as
		(*_rl_sigcleanup) (sig, _rl_sigcleanarg)

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- extern declarations for _rl_sigcleanup and _rl_sigcleanarg

lib/readline/complete.c
	- _rl_complete_sigcleanup: signal cleanup function for completion code;
	  calls _rl_free_match_list on _rl_sigcleanarg if signal == SIGINT
	- rl_complete_internal: before calling display_matches if what_to_do
	  == `?', set _rl_sigcleanup to _rl_complete_sigcleanup so the match
	  list gets freed on SIGINT; avoids possible memory leak pointed out
	  by Garrett Cooper <yanegomi@gmail.com>
	- rl_complete_internal: in default switch case, call _rl_free_match_list
	  before returning to avoid memory leak

doc/bashref.texi
	- start at a set of examples for the =~ regular expression matching
	  operator, touching on keeping the pattern in a shell variable and
	  quoting portions of the pattern to remove their special meaning

				   12/1
				   ----
lib/glob/gmisc.c
	- extglob_pattern: new function, returns 1 if pattern passed as an
	  argument looks like an extended globbing pattern

lib/glob/glob.c
	- skipname: return 0 immediately if extglob_pattern returns non-zero,
	  let the extended globbing code do the right thing with skipping
	  names beginning with a `.'
	- mbskipname: return 0 immediately if extglob_pattern returns non-zero,
	  let the extended globbing code do the right thing with skipping
	  names beginning with a `.'.  Fixes bug reported by Yongzhi Pan
	  <panyongzhi@gmail.com>

				   12/2
				   ----
lib/glob/smatch.c
	- patscan, patscan_wc: no longer static so other parts of the glob
	  library can use them, renamed to glob_patscan, glob_patscan_wc

lib/glob/glob.c
	- extern declarations for glob_patscan, glob_patscan_wc
	- wchkname: new function, does skipname on wchar_t pattern and dname,
	  old body of mbskipname after converting to wide chars
	- extglob_skipname: new function, checks all subpatterns in an extglob
	  pattern to determine whether or not a filename should be skipped.
	  Calls skipname for each subpattern.  Dname is only skipped if all
	  subpatterns indicate it should be.  Better fix for bug reported by
	  Yongzhi Pan <panyongzhi@gmail.com>
	- wextglob_skipname: wide-char version of extglob_skipname, calls
	  wchkname instead of calling back into mbskipname for each
	  subpattern to avoid problems with char/wchar_t mismatch
	- skipname: call extglob_skipname if extglob_pattern returns non-zero
	- mbskipname: call wextglob_skipname if extglob_pattern returns non-zero
	- mbskipname: short-circuit immediately if no multibyte chars in
	  pattern or filename

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_cond_node: added parens to patmatch assignment statement to
	  make intent clearer

				   12/3
				   ----
configure.in,config.h.in
	- check for imaxdiv, define HAVE_IMAXDIV if present

expr.c
	- expassign, exp2: use imaxdiv if available.  Doesn't help with checks
	  for overflow from 10/25

				   12/6
				   ----
lib/readline/complete.c
	- compute_lcd_of_matches: if we're ignoring case in the matches, only
	  use what the user typed as the lcd if it matches the first match
	  (after sorting) up to the length of what was typed (if what the
	  user typed is longer than the shortest of the possible matches, use
	  the shortest common length of the matches instead).  If it doesn't
	  match, use the first of the list of matches, as if case were not
	  being ignored.  Fixes bug reported by Clark Wang
	  <dearvoid@gmail.com>

				   12/7
				   ----
builtins/cd.def
	- cd_builtin: add code to return error in case cd has more than one
	  non-option argument, conditional on CD_COMPLAINS define (which is
	  not defined anywhere)

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- note that additional arguments to cd following the directory name
	  are ignored.  Suggested by Vaclav Hanzl <hanzl@noel.feld.cvut.cz>

				   12/10
				   -----
lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_read_key: don't need to increment key sequence length here; doing
	  it leads to an off-by-one error

lib/readline/macro.c
	- rl_end_kbd_macro: after off-by-one error with rl_key_sequence_length
	  fixed, can decrement current_macro_index by rl_key_sequence_length
	  (length of key sequence that closes keyboard macro)

lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: fix extra increment of rl_key_sequence_length
	  when ESC maps to a new keymap and we're converting meta characters
	  to ESC+key
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: better increment of rl_key_sequence_length
	  before we dispatch to a function in the ISFUNC case (where the
	  second increment above should have happened)
	- rl_executing_keyseq: the full key sequence that ended up executing
	  a readline command.  Available to the calling application, maintained
	  by _rl_dispatch_subseq, indexed by rl_key_sequence_length
	- rl_executing_key: the key that was bound to the currently-executing
	  readline command.  Same as the `key' argument to the function

lib/readline/readline.h
	- rl_executing_keyseq: extern declaration
	- rl_executing_key: extern declaration
	- rl_key_sequence_length: declaration moved here from rlprivate.h,
	  now part of public interface

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- new extern declaration for _rl_executing_keyseq_size, buffer size
	  for rl_executing_keyseq

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- documented new variables: rl_executing_key, rl_executing_keyseq,
	  rl_key_sequence_length

				   12/13
				   -----
bashline.c
	- bash_execute_unix_command: replace ad-hoc code that searches
	  cmd_xmap for correct command with call to rl_function_of_keyseq
	  using rl_executing_keyseq; now supports key sequences longer
	  than two characters.  Fixes bug reported by Michael Kazior
	  <kazikcz@gmail.com>

				   12/15
				   -----
make_cmd.c
	- make_function_def: don't null out source_file before calling
	  make_command so it can be used later on when the function definition
	  is executed

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_intern_function: second argument is now FUNCTION_DEF *
	  instead of COMMAND *
	- execute_command_internal: call execute_intern_function with the
	  new second argument (the entire FUNCTION_DEF instead of just the
	  command member)
	- execute_intern_function: if DEBUGGER is defined, call
	  bind_function_def before calling bind_function, just like
	  make_function_def does (might be able to take out the call in
	  make_function_def depending on what the debugger does with it).
	  Fixes bug reported by <dethrophes@motd005>

expr.c
	- more minor changes to cases of INTMAX_MIN % -1 and INTMAX_MIN / 1;
	  fix typos and logic errors

				   12/16
				   -----
bashline.c
	- find_cmd_start: change flags to remove SD_NOSKIPCMD so it skips over
	  command substitutions and doesn't treat them as command separators
	- attempt_shell_completion: instead of taking first return from
	  find_cmd_name as command name to use for programmable completion,
	  use loop to skip over assignment statements.  Fixes problem reported
	  by Raphael Droz <raphael.droz+floss@gmail.com>
	- attempt_shell_completion: if we don't find a command name but the
	  command line is non-empty, assume the other words are all assignment
	  statements and flag that point is in a command position so we can
	  do command name completion
	- attempt_shell_completion: if the word being completed is the first
	  word following a series of assignment statements, and the
	  command line is non-empty, flag that point is in a command position
	  so we can do command name completion

lib/readline/history.c
	- history_get_time: atol -> strtol

				   12/18
				   -----
parse.y
	- parser_in_command_position: external interface to the
	  command_token_position macro for use by other parts of the shell,
	  like the completion mechanism

externs.h
	- extern declaration for parser_in_command_position

				   12/19
				   -----

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: make sure all calls to bind_read_variable are passed
	  a non-null string.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

bashline.c
	- attempt_shell_completion: mark that we're in a command position if
	  we're at the start of the line and the parser is ready to accept
	  a reserved word or command name.  Feature most recently suggested
	  by Peng Yu <pengyu.ut@gmail.com>

				   12/21
				   -----
lib/readline/bind.c
	- _rl_escchar: return the character that would be backslash-escaped
	  to denote the control character passed as an argument ('\n' -> 'n')
	- _rl_isescape: return 1 if character passed is one that has a
	  backslash escape
	- _rl_untranslate_macro_value: new second argument: use_escapes, if
	  non-zero translate to backslash escapes where possible instead of
	  using straight \C-x for control character `x'.  Change callers
	- _rl_untranslate_macro_value: now global

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_untranslate_macro_value: extern declaration

lib/readline/{macro.c,readline.h}
	- rl_print_last_kbd_macro: new bindable function, inspired by patch
	  from Mitchel Humpherys

lib/readline/funmap.c
	- print-last-kbd-macro: new bindable command, bound to
	  rl_print_last_kbd_macro

lib/readline/doc/{rluser.texi,readline.3},doc/bash.1
	- print-last-kbd-macro: document.

lib/readline/text.c
	- _rl_insert_next: if we're defining a macro, make sure the key gets
	  added to the macro text (should really audit calls to rl_read_key()
	  and make sure the right thing is happening for all of them)

bashline.[ch]
	- print_unix_command_map: new function, prints all bound commands in
	  cmd_xmap using rl_macro_dumper in a reusable format

builtins/bind.def
	- new -X option: print all keysequences bound to Unix commands using
	  print_unix_command_map.  Feature suggested by Dennis Williamson
	  (2/2011)

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new `bind -X' option

				   12/24
				   -----

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- add a couple of sentences to the description of the case modification
	  operators making it clearer that each character of parameter is
	  tested against the pattern, and that the pattern should only attempt
	  to match a single character.  Suggested by Bill Gradwohl
	  <bill@ycc.com>

				   12/28
				   -----
shell.c
	- init_noninteractive: instead of calling set_job_control(0) to
	  unconditionally turn off job control, turn on job control if
	  forced_interactive or jobs_m_flag is set
	- shell_initialize: call initialize_job_control with jobs_m_flag as
	  argument so `bash -m script' enables job control while running the
	  script

jobs.c
	- initialize_job_control: if the `force' argument is non-zero, turn on
	  job control even if the shell is not currently interactive
	  (interactive == 0)

				   12/29
				   -----

flags.h
	- new extern declaration for jobs_m_flag

builtins/{cd,set}.def,doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- added text clarifying the descriptions of cd -L and -P, suggested by
	  Padraig Brady <p@draigbrady.com>
	- slight change to the description of `set -P' about resolving symbolic
	  links

lib/readline/doc/rluser.texi
	- Added an example to the programmable completion section: _comp_cd,
	  a completion function for cd, with additional verbiage.  Text
	  includes a reference to the bash_completion project

				 1/1/2012
				 --------
jobs.c
	- set_job_status_and_cleanup: note that a job is stopped due to
	  SIGTSTP (any_tstped) if job_control is set; there's no need to
	  test interactive

				    1/5
				    ---
quit.h
	- LASTSIG(): new macro, expands to signal number of last terminating
	  signal received (terminating_signal or SIGINT)

trap.c
	- first_pending_trap: returns lowest signal number with a trap pending
	- trapped_signal_received: set to the last trapped signal the shell
	  received in trap_handler(); reset to 0 in run_pending_traps

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: changes to posix-mode (posixly_correct != 0) to make
	  `read' interruptible by a trapped signal.  After the trap runs,
	  read returns 128+sig and does not assign the partially-read line
	  to the named variable(s).  From an austin-group discussion started
	  by David Korn

				   1/11
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- slight changes to the descriptions of the compat32 and compat40 shell
	  options to clarify their meaning

				   1/12
				   ----
lib/readline/{colors.[ch],parse-colors.[ch]}
	- new files, part of color infrastructure support

Makefile.in,lib/readline/Makefile.in
	- arrange to have colors.o and parse-colors.o added to readline
	  library

{configure,config.h}.in
	- check for stdbool.h, define HAVE_STDBOOL_H if found

				   1/14
				   ----
lib/readline/bind.c
	- colored_stats: new bindable variable, enables using colors to
	  indicate file type when listing completions

lib/readline/complete.c
	- _rl_colored_stats: new variable, controlled by colored-stats bindable
	  variable
	- colored_stat_start, colored_stat_end: new functions to set and reset
	  the terminal color appropriately depending on the type of the
	  filename to be printed
	- print_filename: changes to print colors if `colored-stats' variable
	  set.  Changes contributed by Raphael Droz
	  <raphael.droz+floss@gmail.com>

lib/readline/readline.c
	- rl_initialize_everything: add call to _rl_parse_colors to parse
	  color values out of $LS_COLORS.  May have to add to rl_initialize
	  to make more dynamic if LS_COLORS changes (which doesn't happen
	  very often, if at all)

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_colored_stats: new extern declaration

lib/readline/doc/{readline.3,rluser.texi},doc/bash.1
	- colored-stats: document new bindable readline variable

lib/readline/colors.c
	- _rl_print_color_indicator: call rl_filename_stat_hook before calling
	  lstat/stat so we can get color indicators for stuff like
	  $HOME/Applications

lib/readline/complete.c
	- stat_char: call rl_filename_stat_hook before calling lstat/stat

findcmd.[ch],execute_cmd.c
	- search_for_command: now takes a second `flags' argument; changed
	  header function prototype and callers
	- search_for_command: if (flags & 1), put the command found in $PATH
	  into the command hash table (previous default behavior)

execute_cmd.c
	- is_dirname: call search_for_command with flags argument of 0 so it
	  doesn't try to put something in the command hash table

bashline.c
	- bash_command_name_stat_hook: a hook function for readline's
	  filename_stat_hook that does $PATH searching the same way that
	  execute_cmd.c:execute_disk_command() does it, and rewrites the
	  passed filename if found.  Does not put names into command hash
	  table.  This allows command name completion to take advantage
	  of `visible-stats' and `colored-stats' settings.
	- executable_completion: new function, calls the directory completion
	  hook to expand the filename before calling executable_file or
	  executable_or_directory; change command_word_completion_function to
	  call executable_completion.  This allows $HOME/bin/[TAB] to do
	  command completion and display alternatives

				   1/17
				   ----
pcomplete.c
	- gen_command_matches: now takes a new second argument: the command
	  name as deciphered by the programmable completion code and used
	  to look up the compspec; changed callers (gen_compspec_completions)
	- gen_shell_function_matches: now takes a new second argument: the
	  command that originally caused the completion function to be
	  invoked; changed callers (gen_compspec_completions))
	- build_arg_list: now takes a new second argument: the command name
	  corresponding to the current compspec; changed callers
	  (gen_command_matches, gen_shell_function_matches)
	- build_arg_list: now uses `cmd' argument to create $1 passed to
	  invoked command or shell function
	- gen_compspec_completions: if we skipped a null command at the
	  beginning of the line (e.g., for completing `>'), add a new word for
	  it at the beginning of the word list and increment nw and cw
	  appropriately.  This is all a partial fix for the shortcoming
	  pointed out by Sung Pae <sungpae@gmail.com>

				   1/18
				   ----

{configure,config.h}.in
	- new check: check for AUDIT_USER_TTY defined in <linux/audit.h>,
	  define HAVE_DECL_AUDIT_USER_TTY if both are found

lib/readline/rlconf.h
	- ENABLE_TTY_AUDIT_SUPPORT: new define, allows use of the Linux kernel
	  tty auditing system if it's available and enabled

lib/readline/util.c
	- _rl_audit_tty: new function, send a string to the kernel tty audit
	  system

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_audit_tty: new extern declaration

lib/readline/readline.c
	- readline: call _rl_audit_tty with line to be returned before returning
	  it if the Linux tty audit system is available and it's been enabled
	  in rlconf.h  Original patch from Miroslav Trmac; recent request
	  from Miroslav Lichvar <mlichvar@redhat.com>

				   1/21
				   ----

lib/readline/readline.c:
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: add an inter-character timeout for multi-char
	  key sequences.  Suggested by <rogerx.oss@gmail.com>.  Still needs
	  work to make a user-settable variable

parse.y
	- shell_getc: make code that uses the pop_alias dependent on ALIAS
	  define

variables.h
	- sv_tz: extern define should only depend on HAVE_TZSET

expr.c
	- expr_streval: if ARRAY_VARS is not defined, set lvalue->ind to -1;
	  move assignment to `ind' inside define
	- expr_bind_array_element: declaration and uses need to be #ifdef
	  ARRAY_VARS

arrayfunc.h
	- AV_ALLOWALL, AV_QUOTED, AV_USEIND: define to 0 if ARRAY_VARS not
	  defined; used in subst.c unconditionally

sig.h
	- make the signal blocking functions not dependent on JOB_CONTROL

sig.c
	- sigprocmask: make the replacement definition not dependent on
	  JOB_CONTROL

trap.c
	- use BLOCK_SIGNAL/UNBLOCK_SIGNAL instead of code dependent on
	  HAVE_POSIX_SIGNALS and BSD signals

				   1/24
				   ----

print_cmd.c
	- print_redirection_list: change the conditions under which
	  r_duplicating_output_word is mapped to r_err_and_out to more or
	  less match those used in redir.c.  Fixes bug pointed out by
	  Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>


				   1/29
				   ----
lib/readline/signals.c
	- _rl_block_sigwinch,_rl_release_sigwinch: don't compile in bodies
	  unless SIGWINCH is defined.  Fixes bug reported by Pierre Muller
	  <pierre.muller@ics-cnrs.unistra.fr>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- small modifications to the introduction to the REDIRECTION section
	  to describe how redirections can modify file handles
	- small modification to the section describing base#n to make it
	  clearer that n can be denoted using non-numerics.  From a posting
	  by Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>

				    2/2
				    ---
builtins/printf.def
	- printf_builtin: make sure vbuf is intialized and non-null when -v
	  is supplied, since other parts of the code assume that it's not
	  null (e.g., bind_printf_variable()).  Fixes bug reported by Jim
	  Avera <james_avera@yahoo.com>

				    2/4
				    ---
lib/readline/undo.c
	- _rl_free_undo_list: new function, old body of rl_free_undo_list,
	  frees undo entries in UNDO_LIST * passed as argument
	- rl_free_undo_list: call _rl_free_undo_list

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_free_undo_list: new extern declaration
	- _rl_keyseq_timeout: new extern declaration (see below)

lib/readline/misc.c
	- rl_clear_history: new function.  Clears the history list and frees
	  all associated data similar to history.c:clear_history(), but
	  takes rl_undo_list into account and frees and UNDO_LISTs saved as
	  `data' members of a history list entry

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- rl_clear_history: documented

lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_keyseq_timeout: new variable to hold intra-key timeout value
	  from 1/21 fix; specified in milliseconds.  Default value is 500
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: change to use _rl_keyseq_timeout as intra-key
	  timeout if it's greater than 0; no timeout if <= 0
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: don't check for queued keyboard input if we have
	  pushed or pending input, or if we're reading input from a macro

lib/readline/bind.c
	- keyseq-timeout: new bindable variable, shadows _rl_keyseq_timeout
	- string_varlist: add keyseq-timeout
	- sv_seqtimeout: new function to modify value of _rl_keyseq_timeout;
	  clamps negative values at 0 for now
	- _rl_get_string_variable_value: return value for keyseq-timeout

doc/bash.1,lib/readline/doc/{rluser.texi,readline.3}
	- keyseq-timeout: documented

lib/readline/isearch.c
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: modification to fix from 7/18 to not use
	  cxt->keymap and cxt->okeymap, since by the time this code is
	  executed, they are equal.  Use `f' to check for rl_insert or
	  unbound func
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if we're switching keymaps, not in
	  callback mode, and don't have pending or pushed input, use
	  _rl_input_queued to resolve a potentially ambiguous key sequence.
	  Suggested by Roger Zauner <rogerx.oss@gmail.com>
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if we have changed keymaps and resolved to
	  an editing function (not self-insert), make sure we stuff the
	  right characters back onto the input after changing the keymap
	  back so the right editing function is executed after the search
	  is terminated.  Rest of fix for bug reported by Roger Zauner
	  <rogerx.oss@gmail.com>

				    2/5
				    ---
builtins/gen-helpfiles.c
	- new file: reads struct builtin and writes the long docs to files
	  in the `helpdirs' subdirectory.  The filename is given in the
	  previously-unused `handle' member of the struct builtin.  Links
	  with `tmpbuiltins.o', which is created by Makefile to have the
	  right long documentation.  When not cross-compiling, gets the
	  right #defines based on configuration options from config.h instead
	  of trying to parse conditional parts of def files.  Fixes
	  shortcoming pointed out by Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

builtins/Makefile.in
	- tmpbuiltins.c: new generated file, created to enable creation of
	  separate helpfiles based on correct #defines instead of trying to
	  parse conditional parts of def files
	- gen-helpfiles: new program to generate helpfiles, links with
	  tmpbuiltins.o
	- HELPFILES_TARGET: new target, substituted by configure to `helpdoc'
	  if separate helpfiles requested
	- targets: new target, libbuiltins.a and $(HELPFILES_TARGET)
	- CREATED_OBJECTS: new variable, holds created object files for
	  make clean; changed make clean to remove created objects
	- helpdoc: changed to call gen-helpfiles instead of mkbuiltins

Makefile.in
	- when building libbuiltins.a, recursively call make with `targets'
	  argument to make sure separate helpfiles get built

configure.in
	- substitute `helpdoc' as value of HELPFILES_TARGET if
	  --enable-separate-helpfiles supplied as configure argument

builtins/mkbuiltins.c
	- `-nofunctions': new argument, causes mkbuiltins to not write value
	  for function implementing a particular builtin to struct builtin
	  and to write document file name to `handle' member of struct builtin
	- no longer writes separate helpfiles; that is left to gen-helpfiles

				    2/8
				    ---
subst.c
	- make sure last_command_exit_value is set to a non-zero value before
	  any calls to report_error, since `-e' set will short-circuit
	  report_error.  Fixes bug reported by Ewan Mellor
	  <Ewan.Mellor@eu.citrix.com>

variables.c
	- make_local_array_variable: added second argument; if non-zero,
	  function will return an existing local associative array variable
	  instead of insisting on an indexed array

variable.h,subst.c
	- make_local_array_variable: changed prototype and caller

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: add second arg to call to make_local_array_variable;
	  making_array_special, which indicates we're processing an
	  assignment like declare a[b]=c.  Fixes seg fault resulting from
	  a being an already-declared local associative array variable in a
	  function.  Ubuntu bash bug 928900.

				   2/14
				   ----

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: if redirections into or out of a loop fail,
	  don't try to free ofifo_list unless saved_fifo is non-zero.  It's
	  only valid if saved_fifo is set

				   2/15
				   ----
{arrayfunc,braces,variables}.c
	- last_command_exit_value: make sure it's set before any calls to
	  report_error, since -e will cause that to exit the shell

builtins/common.c
	- get_job_by_name: call internal_error instead of report_error so this
	  doesn't exit the shell

				   2/18
				   ----
builtins/evalstring.c
	- parse_and_execute: make sure the file descriptor to be redirected to
	  is 1 before calling cat_file.  One fix for bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

parse.y
	- read_token_word: don't return NUMBER if a string of all digits
	  resolves to a number that overflows the bounds of an intmax_t.
	  Other fix for bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   2/19
				   ----
lib/sh/strtrans.c
	- ansicstr: use 0x7f as the boundary for characters that translate
	  directly from ASCII to unicode (\u and \U escapes) instead of
	  UCHAR_MAX, since everything >= 0x80 requires more than one byte.
	  Bug and fix from John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>

builtins/printf.def
	- tescape: ditto for printf \u and \U escape sequences

				   2/20
				   ----
lib/sh/unicode.c
	- u32toutf8: fix to handle encodings up to six bytes long correctly
	  (though technically UTF-8 only has characters up to 4 bytes long).
	  Report and fix from John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>
	- u32toutf8: first argument is now an unsigned 32-bit quantity,
	  changed callers (u32cconv) to pass c instead of wc
	- u32reset: new function, resets local static state to uninitialized
	  (locale information, currently)

locale.c
	- call u32reset whenever LC_CTYPE/LC_ALL/LANG is changed to reset the
	  cached locale information used by u32cconv.  From a report from
	  John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>

				   2/21
				   ----
doc/{bash,builtins}.1
	- minor changes from Bjarni Ingi Gislason <bjarniig@rhi.hi.is>

lib/sh/unicode.c
	- u32cconv: only assume you can directly call wctomb on the passed
	  value if __STDC_ISO_10646__ is defined and the value is <=
	  0x7fffffff
	- stub_charset: return locale as default instead of "ASCII", let
	  rest of code decide what to do with it

lib/readline/parens.c
	- _rl_enable_paren_matching: make paren matching work in vi insert
	  mode.  Bug report from <derflob@derflob.de>

				   2/22
				   ----
lib/sh/shquote.c
	- sh_backslash_quote: quote tilde in places where it would be
	  expanded.  From a report from John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>

				   2/23
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: wrap the discard_unwind_frame call in #ifdef
	  JOB_CONTROL, since the frame is only created if JOB_CONTROL is
	  defined.  Bug and fix from Doug Kehn <rdkehn@yahoo.com>

				   2/25
				   ----
error.c
	- report_error: make sure last_command_exit_value is non-zero before
	  we call exit_shell, since the exit trap may reference it.  Call
	  exit_shell with last_command_exit_value to allow exit statuses
	  other than 1

unicode.c
	- stub_charset: use local static buffer to hold charset, don't change
	  value returned by get_locale_var.  Based on idea and code from
	  John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>
	- u32toutf16: function to convert unsigned 32-bit value (unicode) to
	  UTF-16.  From John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>
	- u32cconv: call u32toutf16 if __STDC_ISO_10646__ defined and wchar_t
	  is two bytes, send result to wcstombs, return if not encoding error.
	  From John Kearney <dethrophes@web.de>
	- u32cconv: return UTF-8 conversion if iconv conversion to local
	  charset is unsupported

				    3/2
				    ---
lib/readline/complete.c
	- print_filename: if there is no directory hook, but there is a stat
	  hook, and we want to append a slash to directories, call the stat
	  hook before calling path_isdir on the expanded directory name.
	  Report and pointer to fix from Steve Rago <sar@nec-labs.com>

				    3/3
				    ---
builtins/evalstring.c
	- parse_and_execute: fix to change of 2/18: make sure the file
	  descriptor being redirected to is 0 before calling cat_file when
	  we see something like $(< file).  Real fix for bug reported by
	  Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- parameter_brace_patsub: run the replacement string through quote
	  removal even if the expansion is within double quotes, because
	  the parser and string extract functions treat the quotes and
	  backslashes as special.  If they're treated as special, quote
	  removal should remove them (this is the Posix position and
	  compatible with ksh93).  THIS IS NOT BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE.

				    3/4
				    ---
lib/readline/complete.c
	- rl_menu_complete: fix to make show-all-if-ambiguous and
	  menu-complete-display-prefix work together if both are set.  Fix
	  from Sami Pietila <sami.pietila@gmail.com>

				    3/5
				    ---
bashline.c
	- dircomplete_expand_relpath: new variable, if non-zero, means that
	  `shopt -s direxpand' should expand relative pathnames.  Zero by
	  default, not user-settable yet
	- bash_directory_completion_hook: if we have a relative pathname that
	  isn't changed by canonicalization or spell checking after being
	  appended to $PWD, then don't change what the user typed.  Controlled
	  by dircomplete_expand_relpath

				    3/7
				    ---
m4/timespec.m4
	- new macros, cribbed from gnulib and coreutils: find out whether we
	  have `struct timespec' and what file includes it

m4/stat-time.m4
	- new macros, cribbed from gnulib and coreutils: find out whether the
	  mtime/atime/ctime/etctime fields of struct stat are of type
	  struct timespec, and what the name is

include/stat-time.h
	- new file, cribbed from gnulib, with additions from coreutils: include
	  the right file to get the struct timespec define, or provide our own
	  replacement.  Provides a bunch of inline functions to turn the
	  appropriate members of struct stat into `struct timespec' values,
	  zeroing out the tv_nsec field if necessary

test.c
	- include "stat-time.h" for the nanosecond timestamp resolution stuff
	- stat_mtime: new function, returns struct stat and the mod time
	  normalized into a `struct timespec' for the filename passed as the
	  first argument
	- filecomp: call stat_mtime instead of sh_stat for each filename
	  argument to get the mtime as a struct timespec
	- filecomp: call timespec_cmp instead of using a straight arithmetic
	  comparison for the -nt and -ot operators, using timespec returned by
	  stat_mtime.  Added functionality requested by by Werner Fink
	  <werner@suse.de> for systems that can support it

				   3/10
				   ----
include/posixdir.h
	- REAL_DIR_ENTRY: remove dependency on _POSIX_SOURCE, only use feature
	  test macros to decide whether dirent.d_ino is present and usable;
	  define D_INO_AVAILABLE.  Report and fix from Fabrizion Gennari
	  <fabrizio.ge@tiscali.it>
	- D_FILENO_AVAILABLE: define if we can use dirent.d_fileno

lib/sh/getcwd.c
	- use D_FILENO_AVAILABLE to decide whether or not to compile in
	  _path_checkino and whether or not to call it.  Report and initial
	  fix from Fabrizion Gennari <fabrizio.ge@tiscali.it>

lib/readline/signals.c
	- make sure all occurrences of SIGWINCH are protected by #ifdef

sig.c
	- make sure all occurrences of SIGCHLD are protected by #ifdef

nojobs.c
	- make sure SA_RESTART is defined to 0 if the OS doesn't define it

version.c
	- show_shell_version: don't use string literals in printf, use %s.
	  Has added benefit of removing newline from string to be translated

trap.c
	- queue_sigchld_trap: new function, increments the number of pending
	  SIGCHLD signals by the argument, which is by convention the number
	  of children reaped in a call to waitchld()

trap.h
	- queue_sigchld_trap: new extern declaration

jobs.c
	- waitchld: if called from the SIGCHLD signal handler (sigchld > 0),
	  then call queue_sigchld_trap to avoid running the trap in a signal
	  handler context.  Report and original fix from Siddhesh Poyarekar
	  <siddhesh@redhat.com>

lib/sh/unicode.c
	- u32tocesc: take an unsigned 32-bit quantity and encode it using
	  ISO C99 string notation (\u/\U)
	- u32cconv: call u32tocesc as a fallback instead of u32cchar
	- u32cconv: call u32tocesc if iconv cannot convert the character.
	  Maybe do the same thing if iconv_open fails
	- u32reset: call iconv_close on localconv if u32init == 1

				   3/11
				   ----
config-top.h
	- CHECKWINSIZE_DEFAULT: new define, set to initial value of
	  check_window_size (shopt checkwinsize): 0 for off, 1 for on.
	  Default is 0

{jobs,nojobs}.c
	- check_window_size: default initial value to CHECKWINSIZE_DEFAULT

				   3/13
				   ----
doc/bashref.texi
	- change text referring to the copying restrictions to that
	  recommended by the FSF (no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover
	  Texts)

lib/readline/doc/{history,rlman,rluserman}.texi
	- change text referring to the copying restrictions to that
	  recommended by the FSF (no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover
	  Texts)

				   3/15
				   ----
array.c
	- LASTREF_START: new macro to set the starting position for an array
	  traversal to `lastref' if that's valid, and to the start of the array
	  if not.  Used in array_reference, array_insert, array_remove
	- array_remove: try to be a little smarter with lastref instead of
	  unconditionally invalidating it

				   3/16
				   ----
array.c
	- array_insert: fix memory leak by deleting element to be added in the
	  case of an error

				   3/18
				   ----
lib/sh/mbschr.c
	- mbschr: don't call mbrlen unless is_basic is false; devolves to a
	  straight character-by-character run through the string

				   3/19
				   ----
stringlib.c
	- substring: use memcpy instead of strncpy, since we know the length
	  and are going to add our own NUL terminator

				   3/20
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand_rhs: if expand_string_for_rhs returns a quoted
	  null string (a list with one element for which
	  QUOTED_NULL(list->word->word) returns true), return the quoted null
	  and set the flags in the returned word to indicate it.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Mark Edgar <medgar123@gmail.com>

lib/sh/tmpfile.c
	- use random(3) instead of get_random_number to avoid perturbing the
	  random sequence you get using $RANDOM.  Bug report and fix from
	  Jurij Mihelic <jurij.mihelic@fri.uni-lj.si>

				   3/21
				   ----
config-top.h
	- OPTIMIZE_SEQUENTIAL_ARRAY_ASSIGNMENT: define to 1 to optimize
	  sequential indexed array assignment patterns.  Defined to 1 by
	  default

array.c
	- array_insert: if OPTIMIZE_SEQUENTIAL_ARRAY_ASSIGNMENT is defined,
	  start the search at lastref (see change from 3/15)

				   3/27
				   ----
print_cmd.c
	- debug_print_word_list: new debugging function, prints a word list
	  preceded by an optional string and using a caller-specified
	  separator

				    4/1
				    ---
command.h
	- W_ASSNGLOBAL: new flag, set to indicate declare -g

execute_cmd.c
	- fix_assignment_words: note that we have a -g argument to an assignment
	  builtin and set the W_ASSNGLOBAL flag in the variable word

subst.c
	- dump_word_flags: print out W_ASSNGLOBAL if present
	- do_assignment_internal: only set ASS_MKLOCAL if W_ASSIGNARG is set
	  and W_ASSNGLOBAL is not.  Don't want to create a local variable even
	  if variable_context is non-zero if ASSNGLOBAL is set.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Bill Gradwohl <bill@ycc.com>

				    4/7
				    ---
lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: make the `keyseq-timeout' variable apply to
	  ESC processing when in vi mode.  After hitting ESC, readline will
	  wait up to _rl_keyseq_timeout*1000 microseconds (if set) for
	  additional input before dispatching on the ESC and switching to
	  command/movement mode.  Completes timeout work suggested by
	  <rogerx.oss@gmail.com>; this prompted by report from Barry Downes
	  <barry.downes@gmail.com>

lib/sh/shmbchar.c
	- sh_mbsnlen: new function, returns the number of (possibly multibyte)
	  characters in a passed string with a passed length, examining at most
	  maxlen (third argument) bytes

externs.h
	- sh_mbsnlen: extern declaration for new function

shell.c
	- exit_shell: call maybe_save_shell_history if remember_on_history is
	  set, not just in interactive shells.  That means the history is
	  saved if history is enabled, regardless of whether or not the shell
	  is interactive

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- TMOUT: fix description to make it explicit that TMOUT is the timeout
	  period for a complete line of input, not just any input.  Fixes
	  problem reported in Ubuntu bug 957303:
	  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bash/+bug/957303
	- HISTFILE: document change to write history list to history file in
	  any shell with history enabled, not just interactive shells.  This
	  seems to be more logical behavior.  Suggested by Greg Wooledge
	  <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

				   4/12
				   ----
lib/readline/colors.h
	- only include stdbool.h if HAVE_STDBOOL_H is defined
	- if HAVE_STDBOOL_H is not defined, provide enough definition for the
	  library to use `bool', `true', and `false'

lib/readline/parse-colors.[ch]
	- don't try to include <stdbool.h> at all; rely on colors.h to do it

lib/sh/snprintf.c
	- vsnprintf_internal: only treat '0' as a flag to indicate zero padding
	  if `.' hasn't been encountered ((flags&PF_DOT) == 0); otherwise treat
	  it as the first digit of a precision specifier.  Fixes bug reported
	  by Petr Sumbera <petr.sumbera@sun.com>

				   4/15
				   ----
lib/sh/snprintf.c
	- vsnprintf_internal: if the '0' and '-' flags both occur, the '0'
	  flag is ignored -- Posix.  Start of a series of fixes based on
	  tests and patches from Petr Sumbera <petr.sumbera@sun.com>
	- PUT_PLUS: make sure PF_PLUS flag is specified before putting the `+'
	- vsnprintf_internal: when '+' is read as a flag, don't set right-
	  justify flag if the LADJUST (`-') flag has already been supplied
	- floating: make sure to output space padding before the `+', zero
	  padding after
	- exponent: make sure to output space padding before the `+', zero
	  padding after
	- exponent: only subtract one from the width for the decimal point
	  if we're really going to print one
	- floating: use presence of PF_PLUS flag to decide whether to account
	  for the `+' in the padded field width.  Ditto for exponent()

				   4/16
				   ----
lib/sh/snprintf.c
	- vsnprint_internal: only reduce precision by 1 when processing the `g'
	  format if it's > 0.  A precision of 0 should stay 0; otherwise it
	  gets set to -1 (NOT_FOUND) and converted to the default
	- number, lnumber: if an explicit precision is supplied, turn off the
	  zero-padding flag and set the pad character back to space
	- number, lnumber: only account for a `+' when performing the field
	  width calculation if the coversion is base 10; we don't add a `+'
	  for other bases

				   4/18
				   ----
tests/printf3.sub
	- try using "perl -e 'print time'" to get the current time in seconds
	  since the epoch if "date +%s" is not available (solaris 8-10)

				   4/19
				   ----
tests/run-printf
	- use cat -v instead of relying on diff -a being available to convert
	  control characters to ascii and avoid the dreaded "Binary files
	  /tmp/xx and printf.right differ"

				   4/20
				   ----
lib/sh/strftime.c
	- incoporated new version from Aharon Robbins <arnold@skeeve.com>

				   4/22
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- slight change to the description of /dev/tcp and /dev/udp

subst.c
	- match_wpattern: logic fix to the calculation of `simple' (was |=,
	  needs to be &=).  Bug report from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>,
	  fix from Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

bashline.c
	- bash_filename_stat_hook: add code from bash_directory_completion_hook
	  that performs pathname canonicalization in the same way that cd and
	  other builtins will do

				   4/25
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: change the call to move_to_high_fd to make it use
	  getdtablesize() and to not stomp on existing open file descriptors,
	  like the fd the shell is using to read a script.  Bug report from
	  Greg Wooledge <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

				    5/6
				    ---
subst.c
	- expand_word_internal: case '$': after calling param_expand and
	  setting had_quoted_null, set TEMP to null.  The code that builds the
	  returned string at the end of the function will take care of making
	  and returning a quoted null string if there's nothing else in
	  ISTRING.  If there is, the quoted null should just go away.  Part of
	  fix for bug reported by Ruediger Kuhlmann <RKuhlmann@orga-systems.com>
	- expand_word_internal: when processing ISTRING to build return value,
	  only set W_HASQUOTEDNULL in the returned word flags if the word is
	  a quoted null string AND had_quoted_null is set.  Rest of fix

				    5/9
				    ---
variables.c
	- bind_variable_internal: if we get an array variable here (implicit
	  assignment to index 0), call make_array_variable_value, which
	  dummies up a fake SHELL_VAR * from array[0].  This matters when
	  we're appending and have to use the current value
	- bind_variable_internal: after computing the new value, treat assoc
	  variables with higher precedence than simple array variables; it
	  might be that a variable has both attributes set

arrayfunc.c
	- bind_array_var_internal: break code out that handles creating the
	  new value to be assigned to an array variable index into a new
	  function, make_array_variable_value.  This handles creating a
	  dummy SHELL_VAR * for implicit array[0] assignment.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

arrayfunc.h
	- make_array_variable_value: new extern declaration

				   5/19
				   ----
variables.c
	- bind_int_variable: if an assignment statement like x=y comes in
	  from the expression evaluator, and x is an array, handle it like
	  x[0]=y.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   5/24
				   ----

braces.c
	- mkseq: handle possible overflow and break the sequence generating
	  loop if it occurs.  Fixes OpenSUSE bug 763591:
	  https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=763591

				   5/25
				   ----
Makefile.in
	- LDFLAGS_FOR_BUILD: add to compilation recipes for build tools
	  buildversion, mksignames, mksyntax
	- LDFLAGS_FOR_BUILD: add to compilation recipes for test tools
	  recho, zecho, printenv, xcase

builtins/Makefile.in
	- LDFLAGS_FOR_BUILD: add to compilation recipes for build tools
	  gen-helpfiles, psize.aux

variables.c
	- bind_int_variable: if LHS is a simple variable name without an array
	  reference, but resolves to an array variable, call
	  bind_array_variable with index 0 to make x=1 equivalent to x[0]=1.
	  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   5/27
				   ----
subst.c
	- expand_word_internal: make sure has_dollar_at doesn't get reset before
	  recursive calls to param_expand or expand_word_internal, since it has
	  to save state of what came before.  Use temp variable and make sure
	  has_dollar_at is incremented if recursive call processes "$@".
	  Fixes bug reported by gregrwm <backuppc-users@whitleymott.net> and
	  supplemented by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- changes to the description of substring expansion inspired by
	  suggestions from Bill Gradwohl <bill@ycc.com>

doc/bashref.texi
	- added substring expansion examples inspired by suggestions from
	  Bill Gradwohl <bill@ycc.com>

variables.c
	- find_shell_variable: search for a variable in the list of shell
	  contexts, ignore the temporary environment
	- find_variable_tempenv: search for a variable in the list of shell
	  contexts, force search of the temporary environment
	- find_variable_notempenv: search for a variable in the list of shell
	  contexts, don't force search of the temporary environment

variables.h
	- find_shell_variable: extern declaration
	- find_variable_tempenv: extern declaration
	- find_variable_notempenv: extern declaration

arrayfunc.c
	- bind_array_variable: call find_shell_variable instead of calling
	  var_lookup directly

findcmd.c
	- search_for_command: call find_variable_tempenv instead of
	  find_variable_internal directly
	- _find_user_command_internal: call find_variable_tempenv instead of
	  find_variable_internal directly

builtins/setattr.def
	- set_var_attribute: call find_variable_notempenv instead of
	  find_variable_internal directly
	- show_name_attributes:  call find_variable_tempenv instead of
	  find_variable_internal directly

				    6/1
				    ---
sig.c
	- termsig_handler: don't try to save the shell history on a terminating
	  signal any more, since it just causes too many problems on Linux
	  systems using glibc and glibc malloc

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- rl_vi_change_to: change to correctly redo `cc', since `c' is not a vi
	  motion character.  From Red Hat bug 813289
	- rl_vi_delete_to: change to correctly redo `dd', since `d' is not a vi
	  motion character
	- rl_vi_yank_to: change to correctly redo `yy', since `y' is not a vi
	  motion character

				    6/4
				    ---
lib/sh/mktime.c
	- current versions of VMS do not need to include <stddef.h>.  Fix from
	  John E. Malmberg <wb8tyw@qsl.net>

				    6/5
				    ---
lib/sh/eaccess.c
	- sh_stat: instead of using a static buffer to do the DEV_FD_PREFIX
	  translation, use a dynamically-allocated buffer that we keep
	  resizing.  Fixes potential security hole reported by David Leverton
	  <levertond@googlemail.com>

				    6/5
				    ---
braces.c
	- expand_seqterm: check errno == ERANGE after calling strtoimax for
	  rhs and incr.  Part of a set of fixes from Scott McMillan
	  <scotty.mcmillan@gmail.com>
	- expand_seqterm: incr now of type `intmax_t', which changes
	  arguments to mkseq
	- mkseq: a better fix for detecting overflow and underflow since it's
	  undefined in C and compilers `optimize' out overflow checks.  Uses
	  ADDOVERFLOW and SUBOVERFLOW macros
	- mkseq: use sh_imaxabs (new macro) instead of abs() for intmax_t
	  variables
	- mkseq: don't allow incr to be converted to -INTMAX_MIN
	- mkseq: make sure that strvec_create isn't called with a size argument
	  greater than INT_MAX, since it only takes an int

				    6/6
				    ---
braces.c
	- mkseq: try and be smarter about not overallocating elements in
	  the return array if the increment is not 1 or -1

				    6/7
				    ---
parse.y
	- history_delimiting_chars: if the parser says we're in the middle of
	  a compound assignment (PST_COMPASSIGN), just return a space to avoid
	  adding a stray semicolon to the history entry.  Fixes bug reported
	  by "Davide Brini" <dave_br@gmx.com>

				    6/8
				    ---
bashline.c
	- bash_directory_completion_hook: don't attempt spelling correction
	  on the directory name unless the direxpand option is set and we are
	  going to replace the directory name with the corrected one in the
	  readline line.  Suggested by Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>

lib/sh/shquote.c
	- sh_backslash_quote: now takes a third argument: flags.  If non-zero,
	  tildes are not backslash-escaped.  Have to handle both printf %q,
	  where they should be escaped, and filename completion, where they
	  should not when used as usernames

externs.h
	- sh_backslash_quote: declaration now takes a third argument

builtins/printf.def
	- printf_builtin: call sh_backslash_quote with 1 as third argument
	  so tildes get escaped

{bashline,bracecomp}.c
	- call sh_backslash_quote with 0 as third argument so tildes are not
	  escaped in completed words

doc/bash.1
	- add `coproc' to the list of reserved words.  From a report by
	  Jens Schweikhardt <schweikh@schweikhardt.net>

				   6/10
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- line_number_for_err_trap: now global, so parse_and_execute can save
	  and restore it with unwind-protect

builtins/evalstring.c
	- parse_prologue: save and restore line_number_for_err_trap along
	  with line_number
	- restore_lastcom: new function, unwind-protect to restore
	  the_printed_command_except_trap
	- parse_prologue: use restore_lastcom to save and restore the value
	  of the_printed_command_except_trap around calls to parse_and_execute
	  (eval/source/.)

				   6/15
				   ----
lib/readline/complete.c
	- complete_fncmp: change filename comparison code to understand
	  multibyte characters, even when doing case-sensitive or case-mapping
	  comparisons.  Fixes problem reported by Nikolay Shirokovskiy
	  <nshyrokovskiy@gmail.com>

				   6/20
				   ----
builtins/mapfile.def
	- mapfile: move the line count increment and check for having read
	  the specified number of lines to the end of the loop to avoid
	  reading an additional line with zgetline.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   6/21
				   ----

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: make sure `lastpipe_flag' is initialized to 0 on
	  all systems, since it's tested later in the function.  Fixes bug
	  reported by John E. Malmberg <wb8tyw@qsl.net>

				   6/22
				   ----
mailcheck.c
	- file_mod_date_changed: return 0 right away if mailstat() does not
	  return success.  Fixes bug with using uninitialized values reported
	  by szymon.kalasz@uj.edu.pl

builtins/set.def
	- the `monitor' option is not available when the shell is compiled
	  without job control, since the underlying `m' flag is not available

nojobs.c
	- job_control: now declared as int variable, initialized to 0, never
	  modified

jobs.h
	- job_control: extern declaration no longer dependent on JOB_CONTROL

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: made necessary changes so `lastpipe' shell option
	  is now available in all shells, even those compiled without
	  JOB_CONTROL defined

				   6/23
				   ----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_filename: check for interrupts before returning if glob_vector
	  returns NULL or an error.  Bug reported by Serge van den Boom
	  <svdb@stack.nl>, fix from Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
	- call run_pending_traps after each call to QUIT or test of
	  interrupt_state, like we do in mainline shell code
	- glob_vector: don't call QUIT; in `if (lose)' code block; just free
	  memory, return NULL, and let callers deal with interrupt_state or
	  other signals and traps

				   6/25
				   ----
lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_read_key: restructure the loop that calls the event hook a little,
	  so that the hook is called only after rl_gather_tyi returns no input,
	  and any pending input is returned first.  This results in better
	  efficiency for processing pending input without calling the hook
	  on every input character as bash-4.1 did.  From a report from
	  Max Horn <max@quendi.de>

				   6/26
				   ----
trap.c
	- signal_is_pending: return TRUE if SIG argument has been received and
	  a trap is waiting to execute

trap.h
	- signal_is_pending: extern declaration

lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_vector: check for pending SIGINT trap each time through the loop,
	  just like we check for interrupt_state or terminating_signal, and
	  set `lose = 1' so we clean up after ourselves and interrupt the
	  operation before running the trap.  This may require a change later,
	  maybe call run_pending_traps and do that if run_pending_traps returns?

variables.c
	- sv_histtimefmt: set history_comment_character to default (`#') if
	  it's 0 when we're turning on history timestamps.  The history code
	  uses the history comment character to prefix timestamps, and
	  leaving it at 0 effectively removes them from the history.  From a
	  report to help-bash by Dennis Williamson <dennistwilliamson@gmail.com>

				   6/27
				   ----
lib/readline/signals.c
	- rl_maybe_restore_sighandler: new function, sets handler for SIG to
	  HANDLER->sa_handler only if it's not SIG_IGN.  Needs to be called
	  on same signals set using rl_maybe_set_sighandler, which does not
	  override an existing SIG_IGN handler (SIGALRM is ok since it does
	  the check inline; doesn't mess with SIGWINCH)

				   6/30
				   ----
variables.h
	- additional defines for the new `nameref' variable attribute
	  (att_nameref): nameref_p, nameref_cell, var_setref

variables.c
	- find_variable_nameref: resolve SHELL_VAR V through chain of namerefs
	- find_variable_last_nameref: resolve variable NAME until last in a
	  chain of possibly more than one nameref starting at shell_variables
	- find_global_variable_last_nameref: resolve variable NAME until last
	  in a chain of possibly more than one nameref starting at
	  global_variables
	- find_nameref_at_context: resolve SHELL_VAR V through chain of namerefs	
	  in a specific variable context (usually a local variable hash table)
	- find_variable_nameref_context: resolve SHELL_VAR V through chain of
	  namerefs following a chain of varible contexts
	- find_variable_last_nameref_context: resolve SHELL_VAR V as in
	  find_variable_last_context, but return the final nameref instead of
	  what the final nameref resolves to
	- find_variable_tempenv, find_variable_notempenv, find_global_variable,
	  find_shell_variable, find_variable: modified to follow namerefs
	- find_global_variable_noref: look up a global variable without following
	  any namerefs
	- find_variable_noref: look up a shell variable without following any
	  namerefs
	- bind_variable_internal: modify to follow a chain of namerefs in the
	  global variables table; change to handle assignments to a nameref by
	  following nameref chain
	- bind_variable: modify to follow chain of namerefs when binding to a
	  local variable
	- unbind_variable: changes to unset nameref variables (unsets both
	  nameref and variable it resolves to)

subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand_word: change to handle expanding nameref whose
	  value is x[n]
	- parameter_brace_expand_indir: change to expand in ksh93-compatible
	  way if variable to be indirected is nameref and a simple (non-array)
	  expansion
	- param_expand: change to expand $foo where foo is a nameref whose value
	  is x[n]

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_for_command: changes to implement ksh93 semantics when index
	  variable is a nameref

builtins/setattr.def
	- show_var_attributes: change to add `n' to flags list if att_nameref
	  is set

builtins/set.def
	- unset_builtin: changes to error messages to follow nameref variables

builtins/declare.def
	- document new -n option
	- declare_internal: new `-n' and `+n' options
	- declare_internal: handle declare -n var[=value] and
	  declare +n var[=value] for existing and non-existant variables.
	  Enforce restriction that nameref variables cannot be arrays.
	  Implement semi-peculiar ksh93 semantics for typeset +n ref=value

				    7/5
				    ---
variables.c
	- unbind_variable: unset whatever a nameref resolves to, leaving the
	  nameref variable itself alone
	- unbind_nameref: new function, unsets a nameref variable, not the
	  variable it references

variables.h
	- unbind_nameref: extern declaration

builtins/set.def
	- unset_builtin: modify to add -n option, which calls unbind_nameref
	  leaving unbind_variable for the usual case.  This required slight
	  changes and additions to the test suite

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document namerefs and typeset/declare/local/unset -n

				   7/13
				   ----
lib/sh/casemod.c
	- include shmbchar.h for is_basic and supporting pieces
	- sh_casemod: use _to_wupper and _to_wlower to convert wide character
	  case instead of TOUPPER and TOLOWER.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Dennis Williamson <dennistwilliamson@gmail.com>, fix from
	  Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
	- cval: short-circuit and return ascii value if is_basic tests true
	- sh_casemod: short-circuit and use non-multibyte case modification
	  and toggling code if is_basic tests true

lib/readline/signals.c
	- _rl_{block,release}_sigint: remove the code that actually blocks and
	  releases the signals, since we defer signal handling until calls to
	  RL_CHECK_SIGNALS()

lib/readline/{callback,readline,util}.c
	- if HAVE_POSIX_SIGSETJMP is defined, use sigsetjmp/siglongjmp without
	  saving and restoring the signal mask instead of setjmp/longjmp

lib/readline/rltty.c
	- prepare_terminal_settings: don't mess with IXOFF setting if
	  USE_XON_XOFF defined

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- add some text to the description of set -e clarifying its effect
	  on shell functions and shell function execution.  Suggested by
	  Rainer Blome <rainer.blome@gmx.de>

bashline.c
	- edit_and_execute_command: increment current_command_line_count before
	  adding partial line to command history (for command-oriented-history
	  because of rl_newline at beginning of function), then reset it to 0
	  before adding the dummy history entry to make sure the dummy entry
	  doesn't get added to previous incomplete command.  Partial fix for
	  problem reported by Peng Yu <pengyu.ut@gmail.com>

				   7/24
				   ----
configure.in
	- interix: define RECYCLES_PIDS.  Based on a report from Michael
	  Haubenwallner <michael.haubenwallner@salomon.at>

				   7/26
				   ----
jobs.c
	- make_child: call bgp_delete on the newly-created pid unconditionally.
	  Some systems reuse pids before cycling through an entire set of
	  CHILD_MAX/_SC_CHILD_MAX unique pids.  This is no longer dependent
	  on RECYCLES_PIDS.  Based on a report from Michael Haubenwallner
	  <michael.haubenwallner@salomon.at>

support/shobj-conf
	- Mac OS X: drop MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.3 from the LDFLAGS. We
	  can finally kill Panther

				   7/28
				   ----
subst.c
	- command_substitute: make sure last_made_pid gets reset if make_child
	  fails

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: case cm_simple: decide whether or not to
	  wait_for a child if already_making_children is non-zero, indicates
	  that there is an unwaited-for child.  More of fix for bug report
	  from Michael Haubenwallner <michael.haubenwallner@salomon.at>

jobs.c
	- make_child: call delete_old_job (new_pid) unconditionally, don't
	  bother to check whether or not pid wrap occurred.  Rest of fix for
	  bug report from Michael Haubenwallner
	  <michael.haubenwallner@salomon.at>

				   7/29
				   ----
shell.c
	- subshell_exit: new function, exits the shell (via call to sh_exit())
	  after calling any defined exit trap

externs.h
	- subshell_exit: new extern declaration

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: make sure to call subshell_exit for
	  {} group commands executed asynchronously (&).  Part of fix for
	  EXIT trap bug reported by Maarten Billemont <lhunath@lyndir.com>

sig.c
	- reset_terminating_signals: make sure to set termsigs_initialized back
	  to 0, so a subsequent call to initialize_terminating_signals works
	  right.  Rest of fix for bug reported by Maarten Billemont
	  <lhunath@lyndir.com>

{execute_cmd,general,jobs,mailcheck,mksyntax,test}.c
builtins/{cd,fc,pushd,ulimit}.def
lib/malloc/getpagesize.h
lib/sh/{clktck,fpurge,inet_aton,mailstat,oslib,pathcanon,pathphys,spell,strerror}.c
	- make inclusion of <sys/param.h> dependent on HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
	  consistently

				    8/6
				    ---
lib/readline/histexpand.c
	- history_expand_internal: now takes an additional argument saying
	  whether the history expansion occurs within a quoted string, set to
	  the open quote character
	- history_expand_internal: use new argument instead of checking prev
	  char and initializing quoted_search_delimiter, pass qc directly to
	  get_history_event, where it allows a matching quote to terminate a
	  string defining an event
	- history_expand: change single-quote handling code so that if
	  history_quotes_inhibit_expansion is 0, single quotes are treated
	  like double quotes
	- history_expand: change call to history_expand_internal to pass new
	  argument of `"' if double-quoted string, `'' if single-quoted string;
	  this lets history_expand decide what is a quoted string and what
	  is not

				    8/7
				    ---
configure.in
	- AC_CANONICAL_BUILD: invoke for later use

lib/readline/macro.c
	- _rl_prev_macro_key: new function, inverse of _rl_next_macro_key:
	  backs up the index into the current macro by 1

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_prev_macro_key: extern declaration


lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq, _rl_subseq_result: don't call _rl_unget_char
	  if we're currently reading from a macro; call _rl_prev_macro_key
	  instead.  Fixes bug reported by Clark Wang <clark.wang@oracle.com>

				   8/13
				   ----
builtins/evalstring.c
	- evalstring(): new function, wrapper around parse_and_execute.
	  make sure we handle cases where parse_and_execute can call `return'
	  and short-circuit without cleaning up properly.  We call
	  parse_and_execute_cleanup() then jump to the previous-saved return
	  location

builtins/common.h
	- extern declaration for evalstring()

builtins/eval.def
	- eval_builtin: make sure we handle `eval " ... return"' in contexts
	  where `return' is valid by calling evalstring().  Fixes bug with
	  `eval return' in sourced files reported by Clark Wang
	  <dearvoid@gmail.com>

trap.c
	- run_pending_traps: call evalstring instead of parse_and_execute.
	  XXX - still needs to handle saving and restoring token state in the
	  presence of `return'; could use unwind_protects for that

builtins/mapfile.def
	- run_callback: call evalstring instead of parse_and_execute

				   8/15
				   ----
bashline.c
	- bash_filename_stat_hook: make sure we don't free local_dirname
	  before using it to canonicalize any expanded filename.  Make sure
	  it always points to *dirname and only free it if we're replacing
	  it.

lib/readline/complete.c
	- append_to_match: make sure we call rl_filename_stat_hook with
	  newly-allocated memory to avoid problems with freeing it twice

				   8/17
				   ----
variables.c,config-top.h
	- if ARRAY_EXPORT is defined to 1 when variables.c is compiled, the
	  code that allows indexed arrays to be exported is enabled and
	  included

				   8/19
				   ----
shell.c
	- call start_debugger from main() only if dollar_vars[1] != 0 (close
	  enough to a non-interactive shell, since we can be interactive with
	  -i while running a shell script).  Fixes oddity reported by
	  Techlive Zheng <techlivezheng@gmail.com>

				   8/20
				   ----
arrayfunc.c
	- quote_array_assignment_chars: don't bother quoting if the word has
	  not been marked as an assignment (W_ASSIGNMENT)
	- quote_array_assignment_chars: turn on W_NOGLOB in the word flags
	  so assignment statements don't undergo globbing.  Partial fix for
	  problems reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   8/21
				   ----
command.h
	- W_NOBRACE: new word flag that means to inhibit brace expansion

subst.c
	- brace_expand_word_list: suppress brace expansion for words with
	  W_NOBRACE flag

				   8/22
				   ----
builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: don't call dequote_string on what we've read, even if
	  we saw an escape character, unless (input_string && *input_string).
	  We may have escaped an IFS whitespace character.  Fixes seg fault
	  reported by <armandsl@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: set the_printed_command_except trap when
	  about to execute a ( ... ) user subshell.  For now, set it only if
	  ERR is trapped; can relax that later.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   8/23
				   ----
jobs.c
	- remove references to first_pid and pid_wrap, since we're not using
	  them for anything anymore

				   8/24
				   ----
subst.c
	- changes for W_NOBRACE everywhere appropriate: so it can be displayed
	  for debugging, and passed out of expand_word_internal

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- small changes to make it clearer that the = and == operators are
	  equivalent, and will cause pattern matching when used with [[.
	  From a question from Michal Soltys <soltys@ziu.info>

doc/bashref.texi
	- some small formatting changes from Karl Berry <karl@freefriends.org>

				   8/27
				   ----
lib/readline/doc/{history,rlman,rluserman}.texi
	- some small formatting changes from Karl Berry <karl@freefriends.org>

arrayfunc.c
	- assign_array_element_internal, assign_compound_array_list,
	  unbind_array_element, array_value_internal: changes to make
	  assignment statements to negative indices (a[-1]=2) and unsetting
	  array elements using negative indices (unset 'a[-1]') work.
	  From suggestions by Dennis Williamson <dennistwilliamson@gmail.com>
	  and Chris F. A. Johnson <chris@cfajohnson.com>

subst.c
	- array_length_reference: changes to make length references to array
	  elements using negative indices (${#a[-1]}) work

				   8/28
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new treatment of negative indices to indexed arrays when
	  assigning, referencing, calculating length, and unsetting

				   8/29
				   ----
shell.c
	- show_shell_usage: add -l to list of shell invocation options (short
	  for --login).  From Red Hat bug 852469

configure.ac
	- renamed from configure.in, as latest autoconf versions want.  Patches
	  Stefano Lattarini <stefano.lattarini@gmail.com>

MANIFEST,Makefile.in,doc/bashref.texi,support/mkconffiles
	- configure.in -> configure.ac

				    9/1
				    ---

parse.y
	- read_token_word: allow words like {array[ind]} to be valid redirection
	  words for constructs like {x}<file

redir.c
	- redir_varassign: bind_var_to_int already handles array assignments,
	  so don't need to do anything more for things like {a[i]}<file
	- redir_varvalue: changes to allow references to {a[i]} when
	  performing redirections using valid_array_reference and
	  get_array_value.  Adds functionality requested most recently by
	  <unknown@vmw-les.eng.vmware.com>

lib/readline/display.c
	- update_line: if the first difference between the old and new lines
	  is completely before any invisible characters in the prompt, we
	  should not adjust _rl_last_c_pos, since it's before any invisible
	  characters.  Fixed in two places
	- prompt_modechar: return a character indicating the editing mode:
	  emacs (@), vi command (:), or vi insert (+)
	- _rl_reset_prompt: new function, just calls rl_expand_prompt.  Will be
	  inlined, placeholder for more changes
	- expand_prompt: if show-mode-in-prompt is enabled, add a character to
	  the front of the prompt indicating the editing mode, adjusting the
	  various variables as appropriate to keep track of the number of
	  visible characters and number of screen positions

lib/readline/bind.c
	- show-mode-in-prompt: new bindable boolean variable, shadowed by
	  _rl_show_mode_in_prompt variable
	- hack_special_boolean_var: call _rl_reset_prompt when toggling or
	  setting show-mode-in-prompt

lib/readline/readline.c
	- readline_internal_setup: make sure the correct vi mode keymap is set
	  before expanding the prompt string for the first time

lib/readline/misc.c
	- rl_emacs_editing_mode: make sure to call _rl_reset_prompt if we're
	  showing the editing mode in the prompt

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_reset_prompt, _rl_show_mode_in_prompt: extern declarations

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- rl_vi_insertion_mode: call _rl_reset_prompt
	- rl_vi_movement_mode: call _rl_reset_prompt.  Finishes changes for
	  showing mode in prompt string, originally requested by Miroslav
	  Koskar <mkoskar@gmail.com> and most recently by Jordan Michael
	  Ziegler <jziegler@bnl.gov>

doc/bash.1,lib/readline/doc/{readline.3,rluser.texi}
	- document new show-mode-in-prompt variable, off by default

				    9/3
				    ---

jobs.c
	- set_childmax: new function, external mechanism for other parts of
	  the shell to set js.c_childmax, the number of saved exited child
	  statuses to remember
jobs.h
	- set_childmax: extern declaration

variables.c
	- CHILD_MAX: new special variable, with sv_childmax function to
	  run when it changes.  Setting CHILD_MAX to a value greater than
	  zero but less than some maximum (currently 8192) sets the number of
	  exited child statuses to remember.  set_childmax (jobs.c) ensures
	  that the number does not drop below the posix-mandated minimum
	  (CHILD_MAX)

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- CHILD_MAX: document new meaning and action when variable is set

				    9/5
				    ---
redir.c
	- redir_varassign: call stupidly_hack_special_variables after
	  assigning fd number to specified variable, so we can use constructs
	  like {BASH_XTRACEFD}>foo.  Suggested by Pierre Gaston
	  <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

				    9/8
				    ---
expr.c
	- readtok: invalidate previous contents of `curlval' before freeing
	  and reallocating tokstr (which, chances are, will get the same
	  pointer as before and render curlval inconsistent).  Fixes other
	  bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				    9/9
				    ---
lib/readline/complete.c
	- rl_username_completion_function: protect call to setpwent() with
	  #ifdef (HAVE_GETPWENT)/#endif.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Gerd Hofmann <gerd.hofmann.nbg@googlemail.com>

lib/readline/display.c
	- rl_message: second and subsequent calls to rl_message can result in
	  local_prompt being overwritten with new values (e.g., from the
	  successive calls displaying the incremental search string).  Need
	  to free before overwriting if it's not the same as the value saved
	  in saved_local_prompt.  Fixes memory leak reported by
	  Wouter Vermaelen <vermaelen.wouter@gmail.com>

lib/readline/{terminal.c,rlprivate.h}
	- move CUSTOM_REDISPLAY_FUNC and CUSTOM_INPUT_FUNC defines from
	  terminal.c to rlprivate.h so other files can use them

expr.c
	- expr_streval: if noeval is non-zero, just return 0 right away,
	  short-circuiting evaluation completely.  readtok will leave curtok
	  set correctly without re-entering the evaluator at all.  Rest of
	  fix for bug reported by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   9/11
				   ----

parse.y
	- parse_comsub: make sure the `reserved word ok in this context' flag
	  is preserved after we read `do' followed by whitespace.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Benoit Vaugon <benoit.vaugon@gmail.com>

				   9/13
				   ----
configure.ac,config.h.in
	- enable-direxpand-default: new configure option, turns the `direxpand'
	  shell option on by default

bashline.c
	- dircomplete_expand, dircomplete_expand_relpath: initialize to 1 if
	  DIRCOMPLETE_EXPAND_DEFAULT is defined and non-zero

doc/bashref.texi
	- enable-direxpand-default: document new configure option

				   9/14
				   ----
shell.c
	- --protected: make option valid only when wordexp is compiled into
	  the shell.  Fix from Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

configure.ac
	- HP NonStop (*-nsk*): compile --without-bash-malloc. Change from
	  Joachim Schmitz <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

				   9/16
				   ----
subst.c,execute_cmd.c,lib/glob/sm_loop.c,lib/sh/shquote.c
	- minor code cleanups from Joachim Schmitz <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

lib/readline/colors.h
	- workaround for HP NonStop compiler issue with <stdbool.h> from
	  Joachim Schmitz <jojo@schmitz-digital.de>

				   9/17
				   ----
builtins/printf.def
	- printf_builtin: handle localtime returning NULL, as can happen when
	  encountering overflow.  Bug report and initial fix from
	  Eduardo A. Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- emphasize that brace expansion using character ranges ({a..c}) acts
	  as if the C locale were in use.  Prompted by message from
	  Marcel Giannelia <info@skeena.net>

				   9/20
				   ----
lib/sh/wcsnwidth.c
	- wcsnwidth: new function, variant of wcwidth, returns the number of
	  wide characters from a string that will be displayed to not exceed
	  a specified max column position

				   9/21
				   ----
builtins/help.def
	- show_builtin_command_help: break code that displays the short-doc
	  for each builtin in two columns into a new function: dispcolumn
	- wdispcolumn: multibyte-char version of dispcolumn; uses wide
	  chars and printf "%ls" format.  Fixes problem reported by
	  Nguy�n Thái Ng�c Duy <pclouds@gmail.com>

				   9/22
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_disk_command: before running the command-not-found hook,
	  call kill_current_pipeline() to make sure we don't add processes
	  to an existing pipeline or wait for processes erroneously

				   9/23
				   ----
lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_input_available_hook: new hook function, called from
	  _rl_input_available (or _rl_input_queued) to return whether or not
	  input is available wherever the input source is

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- rl_input_available_hook: document

				   9/27
				   ----
lib/glob/sm_loop.c:
	- GMATCH: after one or more `*', an instance of ?(x) can match zero or
	  1 times (unlike ?, which has to match one character).  The old code
	  failed if it didn't match at least once.  Fixes `a*?(x)' bug.
	- GMATCH: if we hit the end of the search string, but not the end of
	  the pattern, and the rest of the pattern is something that can
	  match the NUL at the end of the search string, we should successfully
	  match.  Fixes `a*!(x)' bug reported by <hans1worst@gmail.com>

				   10/2
				   ----
command.h
	- add c_lock member to coproc structure for future use to tell who is
	  manipulating it

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_coproc: block SIGCHLD while parent is forking coproc
	  process and adding pid to sh_coproc struct to avoid race condition
	  where child is reaped before the pid is assigned and the coproc is
	  never marked as having died.  Fixes race condition identified by
	  Davide Baldini <baldiniebaldini@gmail.com>
	- add assignments to c_lock member of struct coproc in various
	  functions that manipulate it; was used to identify race condition
	- coproc_pidchk: don't call coproc_dispose to avoid using malloc and
	  other functions in a signal handler context
	- coproc_dispose: call BLOCK_SIGNAL/UNBLOCK_SIGNAL for SIGCHLD while
	  manipulating the sh_coproc struct

				   10/6
				   ----
lib/readline/complete.c
	- rl_display_match_list: if printing completions horizontally, don't
	  bother with spacing calculations if limit == 1, which means we are
	  printing one completion per line no matter what.  Fixes bug
	  reported by David Kaasen <kaasen@nvg.ntnu.no>

				   10/7
				   ----
builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: add error checking for nameref attribute and
	  variable assignments: self-references, attempts to make an array
	  variable a nameref

subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: handle parameter_brace_expand_word returning
	  &expand_param_fatal or &expand_param_error and return the appropriate
	  error value
	- parameter_brace_expand_word: if a nameref variable's value is not a
	  valid identifier, return an error
	- param_expand: if a nameref variable's value is not a valid identifier,
	  return an error

test.c
	- unary_operator: add new -R variable, returns true if variable is set
	  and has the nameref attribute. From ksh93

builtins/test.def
	- add -R to description of conditional commands for help test

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new -R unary conditional operator

				   10/13
				   -----
trap.c
	- check_signals_and_traps: new function, convenience function for the
	  rest of the shell to check for pending terminating and interrupt
	  signals, and to check for and process any pending traps
	- any_signals_trapped: new function, returns non-zero if any signals
	  are trapped and -1 if not

trap.h
	- extern declaration for check_signals_and_traps

bashline.c
	- bashline_reset: make sure we reset the event hook
	- bash_event_hook: call check_signals_and_traps instead of just
	  checking for terminating signals so we can run pending traps and
	  react to interrupts, and reset the event hook when we're done


				   10/14
				   -----
trap.c
	- trap_handler: if executing in a readline signal handler context,
	  call bashline_set_event_hook to install bash_event_hook to process
	  the signal (if bash cares about it)

sig.c
	- sigint_sighandler: call bashline_set_event_hook to set the event
	  hook if we're executing in a readline signal handler context

lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_getc: call RL_CHECK_SIGNALS if read returns -1/EINTR and the caught
	  signal is SIGINT or SIGQUIT rather than waiting until the next time
	  around the loop
	- rl_getc: call rl_event_hook after calling RL_CHECK_SIGNALS to allow
	  an application signal handler to set the event hook in its own
	  signal handler (e.g., like bash trap_handler or sigint_sighandler)


parse.y
	- yy_readline_get: don't set interrupt_immediately before we call
	  readline().  Inspired by report from lanshun zhou
	  <zls.sogou@gmail.com>

input.c
	- getc_with_restart: add call to run_pending_traps after call to
	  CHECK_TERMSIG

lib/sh/zread.c
	- zread: call check_signals_and_traps if read() returns -1/EINTR
	  instead of just ignoring the EINTR and deferring handling any
	  signal that generated it

builtins/mapfile.def
	- mapfile: don't set interrupt_immediately before calling zgetline()
	  (which uses zread internally)

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: don't set interrupt_immediately before calling zread
	  (moved code around so that it was only being set right around calls
	  to zread to avoid signal handler conflicts).  Inspired by report
	  from lanshun zhou <zls.sogou@gmail.com>
	- edit_line: don't set interrupt_immediately around call to readline()
	- include shmbutil.h
	- read_builtin: don't call read_mbchar unless is_basic(c) returns
	  false for the character we just read

				   10/15
				   -----
sig.c
	- throw_to_top_level: if interrupt_state is non-zero, make sure that
	  last_command_exit_value reflects 128+SIGINT if it's not already
	  greater than 128

				   10/20
				   -----
builtins/wait.def
	- WAIT_RETURN: set wait_signal_received back to 0 for the potential
	  next call to wait

quit.h
	- CHECK_WAIT_INTR: macro to check whether trap_handler handled a
	  signal and set wait_signal_received; longjmp to wait_intr_buf in
	  that case

jobs.c
	- wait_for, waitchld: call CHECK_WAIT_INTR at the same places we call
	  CHECK_TERMSIG to check for terminating signals
	- wait_sigint_handler: don't longjmp out of the wait builtin unless
	  interrupt_immediately is set; otherwise just SIGRETURN from the
	  handler
	- wait_sigint_handler: if interrupt_immediately not set, but we are
	  executing in the wait builtin and SIGINT is not trapped, treat it
	  as a `normally received' SIGINT: restore the signal handler and
	  send SIGINT to ourselves
	- waitchld: when in posix mode and running SIGCHLD traps, don't longjmp
	  to wait_intr_buf (and let wait be interrupted) if we're running from
	  a signal handler.  Wait for CHECK_WAIT_INTR to do the longjmp.
	  run_pending_traps will run the SIGCHLD trap later

nojobs.c
	- reap_zombie_children, wait_for_single_pid, wait_for: call
	  CHECK_WAIT_INTR where we call CHECK_TERMSIG
	- wait_sigint_handler: don't longjmp out of the wait builtin unless
	  interrupt_immediately is set; otherwise just SIGRETURN from the
	  handler

trap.c
	- trap_handler: make sure wait_signal_received is set if the wait
	  builtin is executing, and only longjmp if interrupt_immediately is
	  set.  This whole set of fixes was prompted by report from
	  lanshun zhou <zls.sogou@gmail.com>

				   10/24
				   -----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_filename: only check directory_name for globbing chars if
	  it's of non-zero length

lib/sh/strchrnul.c
	- new simpler implementation

subst.c
	- command_substitute: call set_shellopts after turning off errexit
	  in subshells so it's reflected in $SHELLOPTS

				   11/7
				   ----
builtins/evalstring.c
	- parse_and_execute: treat ERREXIT case like reader_loop does: set
	  variable_context to 0 before longjmping back to top_level. Don't
	  run the unwind-protect context to avoid side effects from popping
	  function contexts.  Part of fix for problem reported by Nikolai
	  Kondrashov <nikolai.kondrashov@redhat.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_simple_command: call unlink_fifo_list only if this is the
	  last element of a pipeline (or not in a pipeline), rather than for
	  every child.  Fixes difference in behavior between /dev/fd and
	  FIFOs reported by Zev Weiss <zev@bewilderbeest.net>
	- execute_null_command: do the same thing in the parent branch after
	  make_child

				   11/14
				   -----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: a variable is null if it's special ($@, $*),
	  the expansion occurs within double quotes, and the expansion turns
	  into a quoted null.  Fixes debian bug 692447 reported by
	  Matrosov Dmitriy <sgf.dma@gmail.com>

jobs.c
	- run_sigchld_trap: make sure `running_trap' sentinel is set
	  appropriately
	- waitchld: only run the sigchld trap if we're not in a signal
	  handler, not running a trap, and executing the wait builtin.
	  Otherwise, queue for later handling.  We still run one instance
	  of the trap handler per exited child.  Bulk of fix for bug
	  reported by Elliott Forney <idfah@cs.colostate.edu>

trap.c
	- queue_sigchld_trap: set catch_flag so run_pending_traps notices,
	  and set trapped_signal_received for completeness.  Rest of fix
	  for bug reported by Elliott Forney <idfah@cs.colostate.edu>

lib/malloc/malloc.c
	- block_signals: renamed to _malloc_block_signals, made public
	- unblock_signals: renamed to _malloc_unblock_signals, made public

lib/malloc/imalloc.h
	- extern declarations for _malloc_{un,}block_signals

lib/malloc/table.c
	- mregister_alloc, mregister_free: block signals around table
	  manipulation

				   11/15
				   -----
trap.c
	- run_pending_traps: set SIG_INPROGRESS flag around calls to
	  run_sigchld_handler so other parts of the shell know that the
	  SIGCHLD trap handler is executing
	- run_pending_traps: if we get a situation where we are looking at
	  running a SIGCHLD trap but the trap string is IMPOSSIBLE_TRAP_HANDLER
	  and the SIG_INPROGRESS flag is set, just skip it.  This is possible
	  if run_pending_traps is called from a SIGCHLD trap handler run by
	  run_sigchld_trap

doc/bash.1,lib/readline/doc/{rluser.texi,readline.3}
	- corrected description of the effect of `set history-size 0'.  Report
	  from Vesa-Matti J Kari <vmkari@cc.helsinki.fi>

include/stdc.h
	- CPP_STRING: new define, replaces __STRING

lib/malloc/{malloc.c,imalloc.h}
	- replace __STRING with CPP_STRING

				   11/16
				   -----
lib/readline/bind.c
	- sv_histsize: if argument evaluates to a value < 0, unstifle the
	  history

				   11/22
				   -----
redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: if we have REDIR_VARASSIGN set in the
	  redirection flags and we set up `redirector' using fcntl or dup2,
	  don't add a redirect to make sure it stays open.  Let the
	  script programmer manage the file handle.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Sam Liddicott <sam@liddicott.com>

				   11/24
				   -----
jobs.c
	- wait_for_any_job: new function, waits for an unspecified background
	  job to exit and returns its exit status.  Returns -1 on no background
	  jobs or no children or other errors.  Calls wait_for with new
	  sentinel value ANY_PID
	- wait_for: changes to handle argument of ANY_PID: don't look up or
	  try to modify the child struct, only go through the wait loop once.
	  Return -1 if waitpid returns no children

jobs.h
	- ANY_PID: new define

builtins/wait.def
	- new option: -n. Means to wait for the next job and return its exit
	  status.  Returns 127 if there are no background jobs (or no
	  children).  Feature most recently requested by Elliott Forney
	  <idfah@cs.colostate.edu>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new `wait -n' option

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: save make_command_string () result in a
	  temp variable before calling savestring() on it; avoids evaluating
	  make_command_string() result twice.  Fix from John E. Malmberg
	  <wb8tyw@qsl.net>

				   11/28
				   -----

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: if an array variable is declared using `declare -a'
	  or `declare -A', but not assigned a value, set the `invisible'
	  attribute so the variable does not show up as set.  Fix for bug
	  about variable initialization reported by Tim Friske <me@timfriske.com>

builtins/{mapfile,read}.def
	- after calling find_or_make_array_variable, make sure the invisible
	  flag is turned off, in case the variable was declared previously
	  using `declare -a' or `declare -A'.  Side effect of above change to
	  declare_internal

subst.c
	- shell_expand_word_list: handle the W_ASSNGLOBAL flag and put -g into
	  the list of options passed to make_internal_declare as appropriate.
	  Fix for bug reported by Tim Friske <me@timfriske.com>

				   11/30
				   -----
test.c
	- unary_op: make sure -v and -n check that the variable is not marked
	  as invisible before calling var_isset.  Fix for bug reported by Tim
	  Friske <me@timfriske.com>

				   12/2
				   ----
subst.c
	- process_substitute: turn off the `expanding_redir' flag, which
	  controls whether or not variables.c:find_variable_internal uses the
	  temporary environment to find variables.  We want to use the
	  temp environment, since we don't have to worry about order of
	  evaluation in a subshell.  Fixes bug reported by Andrey Borzenkov
	  <arvidjaar@gmail.com>

				   12/4
				   ----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_filename: changes to avoid null filenames and multiple entries
	  returned for patterns like **/** (globstar enabled).  Fixes bug
	  reported by Ulf Magnusson <ulfalizer@gmail.com>

				   12/10
				   -----
lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_filename: finish up a series of changes to make globstar-style	
	  globbing more efficient, avoid more duplicate filenames, and be more
	  compatible with other shells that implement it
		o collapse a sequence of **/**/** to one **
		o note when the directory name is all ** or ends in ** so we
		  can treat it specially when the filename is **
	  All inspired by report from Andrey Borzenkov <arvidjaar@gmail.com>

lib/sh/zread.c
	- zreadn: new function, like zread, but takes an additional argument
	  saying how many bytes to read into the local buffer.  Can be used to
	  implement `read -N' without so many one-byte calls to zreadc.  Code
	  from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   12/12
				   -----
lib/glob/sm_loop.c
	- PATSCAN (glob_patscan): if passed string already points to end of
	  pattern, return NULL immediately.  Fixes problem with
	  extglob_skipname reported by Raphaël Droz <raphael.droz@gmail.com>

				   12/13
				   -----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_coproc: handle the command's exit status being inverted
	  (an oversight).  Fixes bug reported by DJ Mills
	  <danielmills1@gmail.com> and Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

				   12/14
				   -----
lib/readline/readline.c
	- bind_arrow_keys_internal: add MINGW key bindings for Home, End,
	  Delete, and Insert keys.  Fix from Pierre Muller
	  <pierre.muller@ics-cnrs.unistra.fr>

builtins/printf.def
	- printf_builtin: '%()T' conversion: if there is no argument supplied,
	  behave as if -1 had been supplied (current time).  ksh93-like feature
	  suggested by Clark Wang <dearvoid@gmail.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new printf %()T default argument behavior

				   12/15
				   -----
lib/readline/display.c
	- displaying_prompt_first_line: new variable, indicates whether or
	  not the first line of output is displaying the prompt.  Always true
	  in normal mode, sometimes false in horizontal scrolling mode
	- rl_redisplay: set displaying_prompt_first_line to true unless we
	  are in horizontal mode; set to false in horizontal mode if the left
	  margin of the displayed line is greater than the end of the prompt
	  string
	- rl_redisplay: when in horizontal scroll mode, don't adjust
	  _rl_last_c_pos by the wrap offset unless the line is displaying
	  a prompt containing invisible chars
	- update line: don't adjust _rl_last_c_pos by the wrap offset unless
	  the line is displaying a prompt containing invisible chars
	- update_line: if shrinking the line by reducing the number of
	  displayed characters, but we have already moved the cursor to the
	  beginning of the line where the first difference starts, don't
	  try to delete characters

builtins/read.def
	- unbuffered_read: set to 2 if invoked as `read -N'
	- if unbuffered_read is set to 2, compute the number of chars we
	  need to read and read that many with zreadn.  Posix mode still
	  uses zreadintr.  Code from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- read: make it clear that if read times out, it saves any input
	  read to that point into the variable arguments.  Report from
	  Fiedler Roman <Roman.Fiedler@ait.ac.at>

subst.c
	- command_substitute: change direct assignment of exit_immediately_on_error
	  to use change_flag ('e', FLAG_OFF) instead

flags.c
	- use errexit_flag as the variable modified by changes to the -e
	  option, reflect those changes to exit_immediately_on_error

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_builtin: new global variable, builtin_ignoring_errexit, set
	  to 0 by default and set to 1 if eval/source/command executing in a
	  context where -e should be ignored
	- execute_builtin: set exit_immediately_on_error to errextit_flag
	  after executing eval/source/command in a context where -e should
	  be ignored

flags.c
	- if builtin_ignoring_errexit is set, changes to errexit_flag are
	  not reflected in the setting of exit_immediately_on_error.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Robert Schiele <rschiele@gmail.com>

				   12/23
				   -----
include/posixjmp.h
	- setjmp_nosigs: new define, call setjmp in such a way that it will
	  not manipulate the signal mask

{expr,test,trap}.c
	- setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp; don't need to manipulate
	  signal mask

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp; don't need
	  to manipulate signal mask

builtins/evalstring.c:
	- parse_and_execute: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp; don't need
	  to manipulate signal mask
	- parse_string: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp; don't need
	  to manipulate signal mask
	- parse_and_execute: save and restore the signal mask if we get a
	  longjmp that doesn't cause us to return or exit (case DISCARD)

				   12/24
				   -----
general.c
	- bash_tilde_expand: only set interrupt_immediately if there are no
	  signals trapped; we want to jump to top level if interrupted but
	  not run any trap commands

				   12/25
				   -----
jobs.c
	- run_sigchld_trap: no longer set interrupt_immediately before calling
	  parse_and_execute, even if this is no longer run in a signal handler
	  context

input.c
	- getc_with_restart: add call to QUIT instead of CHECK_TERMSIG

parse.y
	- yy_stream_get: now that getc_with_restart calls QUIT, don't need to
	  set interrupt_immediately (already had call to run_pending_traps)

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_subshell_builtin_or_function,execute_function,execute_in_subshell:
	  setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving return_catch; don't
	  need to manipulate signal mask
	- execute_subshell_builtin_or_function,execute_in_subshell:
	  setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where appropriate when saving
	  top_level; don't need to manipulate signal mask if we're going to
	  exit right away

subst.c
	- command_substitute: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving
	  return_catch; don't need to manipulate signal mask
	- command_substitute: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where
	  appropriate when saving top_level; don't need to manipulate signal
	  mask if we're going to exit right away

trap.c
	- run_exit_trap: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving
	  return_catch; don't need to manipulate signal mask
	- run_exit_trap: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where
	  appropriate when saving top_level; don't need to manipulate signal
	  mask if we're going to exit right away
	- _run_trap_internal: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving
	  return_catch; don't need to manipulate signal mask

builtins/evalfile.c
	- _evalfile: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving
	  return_catch; don't need to manipulate signal mask

builtins/evalstring.c
	- evalstring: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp when saving
	  return_catch; don't need to manipulate signal mask

shell.c
	- main: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where appropriate when
	  saving top_level; don't need to manipulate signal mask if we're
	  going to exit right away
	- run_one_command: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where
	  appropriate when saving top_level; don't need to manipulate signal
	  mask if we're going to exit right away
	- run_wordexp: setjmp_nosigs: call instead of setjmp where
	  appropriate when saving top_level; don't need to manipulate signal
	  mask if we're going to exit right away

eval.c
	- reader_loop: save and restore the signal mask if we get a longjmp
	  that doesn't cause us to return or exit (case DISCARD)

				   12/26
				   -----
parse.y
	- shell_input_line_{index,size,len}: now of type size_t; in some cases
	  the unsigned property makes a difference
	- STRING_SAVER: saved_line_{size,index} now of type size_t
	- shell_getc: don't allow shell_input_line to grow larger than SIZE_MAX;
	  lines longer than that are truncated until read sees a newline;
	  addresses theoretical buffer overflow described by Paul Eggert
	  <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
	- set_line_mbstate: size_t changes like shell_getc
	- shell_getc: if shell_input_line is larger than 32K, free it and
	  start over to avoid large memory allocations sticking around

variables.c
	- bind_global_variable: new function, binds value to a variable in
	  the global shell_variables table

variables.h
	- bind_global_variable: new extern declaration

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: if -g given with name=value, but variable is not
	  found in the global variable table, make sure to call
	  bind_global_variable so the variable is created and modified at
	  global scope.  Fixes a bug where declare -g x=y could modify `x'
	  at a previous function scope

command.h
	- W_ASSIGNARRAY: new word flag, compound indexed array assignment

subst.h
	- ASS_MKGLOBAL: new assignment flag, forcing global assignment even in
	  a function context, used by declare -g

execute_cmd.c
	- fix_assignment_words: set W_ASSIGNARRAY flag if -a option given to
	  declaration builtin

subst.c
	- do_assignment_internal: explicitly handle case where we are
	  executing in a function and we want to create a global array or
	  assoc variable
	- shell_expand_word_list: call make_internal_declare if -a option
	  given to declaration builtin (W_ASSIGNARRAY); handle -g option with
	  it (W_ASSNGLOBAL).  Fixes inconsistency noticed by Vicente Couce
	  Diaz <vituko@gmail.com>, where declare -ag foo=(bar) could modify
	  array variable foo at previous function scope, not global scope

				   12/27
				   -----
bashline.c
	- Minix needs the third argument to tputs to be a void funtion taking
	  an int argument, not an int-returning function.  Fix from
	  John E. Malmberg <wb8tyw@qsl.net> as part of VMS bash port

				   12/29
				   -----
configure.ac,version.c,patchlevel.h
	- bash-4.3-devel: new version, new shell compatibility level (43)

subst.c
	- parameter_brace_patsub: put the bash-4.2 code back in from the
	  change of 3/3 that runs the replacement string through quote
	  removal, make it dependent on shell_compatibility_level <= 42

builtins/shopt.def
	- compat42: new shopt option
	- set_compatibility_level: change logic to set and unset various
	  compat variables and shell_compatibility_level

COMPAT
	- new documentation for bash-4.3 compatibility changes

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- compat42: document new shopt option

builtins/shopt.def
	- set_compatibility_opts: new function, sets the various shopt
	  compat variables based on the value of shell_compatibility_level

builtins/common.h
	- set_compatibility_opts: new extern declaration

variables.c
	- BASH_COMPAT: new special variable; sets the shell compatibility
	  level.  Accepts values in decimal (4.2) or integer (42) form;
	  Unsetting variable, setting it to empty string, or setting it to
	  out-of-range value sets the shell's compatibility level to the
	  default for the current version.  Valid values are 3.1/31 through
	  the current version
	- sv_shcompat: new function implementing logic for BASH_COMPAT

variables.h
	- sv_shcompat: new extern declaration

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- BASH_COMPAT: description of new variable

lib/readline/complete.c
	- _rl_colored_stats: default back to 0 for 4.3 release branch

				 1/5/2013
				 --------
quit.h
	- remove spurious call to itrace in CHECK_WAIT_INTR

bashline.c
	- bash_event_hook: if we're going to jump to top_level, make sure we
	  clean up after readline() by calling rl_cleanup_after_signal().
	  Fixes bug reported against devel branch by Raphaël Droz
	  <raphael.droz@gmail.com>
	- bash_event_hook: reset the event hook before checking for signals
	  or traps in case we longjmp

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- small additions to the set -e section to make it more clear that
	  contexts where -e is ignored extend to compound commands as well
	  as shell functions

lib/readline/readline.h
	- rl_signal_event_hook: new extern declaration

lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_signal_event_hook: new variable, hook function to call when a
	  function (currently just read(2)) is interrupted by a signal and
	  not restarted
	- rl_getc: call rl_signal_event_hook instead of rl_event_hook

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- rl_signal_event_hook: document new function

bashline.c
	- changes to set rl_signal_event_hook instead of rl_event_hook

lib/readline/readline.h
	- change readline version numbers to 6.3

				    1/6
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- a couple of changes to the descriptions of the ERR trap and its
	  effects based on a message from Rob Nagler <nagler@bivio.biz>

				    1/9
				    ---
expr.c
	- expassign: invalidate curlval before freeing and NULLing tokstr to
	  avoid aliasing issues.  Fixes bug reported by Eduardo A. Bustamante
	  López<dualbus@gmail.com>  and Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

braces.c
	- array_concat: don't be so aggressive in trying to short-circuit. We
	  can only short-circuit if we have a single-element array where the
	  element is an empty string (array[0] == "" array[1] = 0x0).  Existing
	  practice requires us to replicate arrays and prefix or append empty
	  strings.  Fixes bug reported by Eduardo A. Bustamante López
	  <dualbus@gmail.com>

				   1/11
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_builtin: since mapfile uses evalstring() to run its callbacks
	  internally, just like eval, so it needs to handle the case where the
	  temp environment given to mapfile persists throughout the entire
	  set of callback commands.  This might be a problem with trap also, but
	  trap isn't run in the same way.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   1/13
				   ----
redir.c
	- redirection_error: before expanding the redirection word (if
	  expandable_redirection_filename returns true), disable command
	  substitution during expansion.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- expand_word_internal: case '\\': if the next character is an IFS
	  character, and the expansion occurs within double quotes, and the
	  character is not one for which backslash retains its meaning, add
	  the (escaped) '\' and the (escaped) character.  Fixes bug reported
	  by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   1/15
				   ----
builtins/cd.def
	- cd_builtin: make sure call to internal_getopt handles -e option.
	  Fixes bug reported by <mashimiao.fnst@cn.fujitsu.com>

				   1/17
				   ----
subst.c
	- expand_word_list_internal: make sure tempenv_assign_error is
	  initialized to 0

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_simple_command: make sure tempenv_assign_error is reset to 0
	  after it's tested to see if an error should force the shell to exit.
	  Fixes problem where a the failure of a tempenv assignment preceding
	  a non-special builtin `sticks' and causes the next special builtin
	  to exit the shell.  From a discussion on bug-bash started by
	  douxin <wq-doux@cn.fujitsu.com>

				   1/20
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand_rhs: call stupidly_hack_special_variables
	  after assigning with ${param[:]=word} even if IFS is changing.
	  Suggested by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com> [TENTATIVE, needs work
	  on IFS side effects]

command.h
	- W_GLOBEXP (which was unused) is now W_SPLITSPACE (which isn't used
	  yet)

{execute_cmd,subst,variables}.c
	- removed all code that mentioned W_GLOBEXP
	- removed mention of gnu_argv_flags and code that set it

				   1/22
				   ----
subst.c
	- param_expand: set W_SPLITSPACE if we expand (unquoted) $* and
	  IFS is unset or null so we can be sure to split this on spaces
	  no matter what happens with IFS later
	- expand_word_internal: note that param_expand returns W_SPLITSPACE
	  in the returned word flags and keep track of that state with
	  `split_on_spaces'

				   1/23
				   ----
subst.c
	- expand_word_internal: if split_on_spaces is non-zero, make sure
	  we split `istring' on spaces and return the resultant word.  The
	  previous expansions should have quoted spaces in the positional
	  parameters where necessary.  Suggested by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: make sure any subshell forked to run a
	  group command or user subshell at the end of a pipeline runs any
	  EXIT trap it sets.  Fixes debian bash bug 698411
	  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=698411

subst.c
	- shell_expand_word_list: fix code that creates args for and calls
	  make_internal_declare to avoid calling it twice (missing `else'
	  in 12/26 change)
	- do_assignment_internal: fix code from 12/26 change to fix problem
	  where an existing assoc variable could be converted to an array
	  without checking `mkassoc'

				   1/24
				   ----
builtins/evalfile.c
	- _evalfile: add missing `close (fd)' calls before returning to
	  avoid fd leaks.  Bug and fix from Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>

				   1/25
				   ----
builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: don't try to play tricks with the top of the unwind-
	  protect stack after read gets a SIGALRM; save input_string to new
	  memory, run the stack, then restore input_string and assign the
	  variables.  Part of fix for bug reported by konsolebox
	  <konsolebox@gmail.com>; the rest of the fix is with the changes in
	  trap and signal handling and doing away with interrupt_immediately

				   1/26
				   ----
redir.c
	- redirection_expand, write_here_string, write_here_document: before
	  calling any of the word expansion functions, after setting
	  expanding_redir to 1 (which bypasses the temp environment in the
	  variable lookup functions), call sv_ifs to reset the cached IFS-
	  related variables set by subst.c:setifs().  This ensures that
	  redirections will not get any IFS values that are set in the
	  temporary environment, as Posix specifies.  Then, after the word
	  expansions, after resetting expanding_redir to 0, call sv_ifs
	  again to make sure the cached IFS values are set from any
	  assignments in the temporary environment.  We force executing_builtin
	  to 1 to `fool' the variable lookup functions into using any temp
	  environment, then reset it to its old value after sv_ifs returns.
	  This is what allows read() to use the (cached) IFS variables set
	  in the temp environment. Fixes inconsistency reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   1/29
				   ----
lib/readline/display.c
	- update_line: fix off-by-one error when updating vis_lbreaks array
	  in a multibyte locale that occurs when moving multibyte chars from
	  one line down to another.  Bug report and fix from Egmont
	  Koblinger <egmont@gmail.com>

				   1/30
				   ----
configure.ac
	- changed version to 4.3-alpha

redir.c
	- redir_open: handle open returning -1/EINTR, which seems to happen
	  a lot with FIFOs and SIGCHLD, and call QUIT to handle other
	  signals that can interrupt open(2).  Bug report and initial fix
	  from Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   1/31
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: make sure to propagate the PF_ASSIGNRHS flag
	  to parameter_brace_expand_word
	- parameter_brace_expand_word: make sure that if the PF_ASSIGNRHS flag
	  is set and we are expanding ${a[@]} or ${a[*]} we set quoted to
	  include Q_DOUBLE_QUOTES before calling array_value_internal, mirroring
	  what we do for $@ and $*.  Fixes inconsistency reported by Dan
	  Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

configure.ac
	- use AC_CHECK_TOOL instead of AC_CHECK_PROG to check for ar, since it
	  will find $host-prefixed versions of utilities.  Report and fix from
	  Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

builtins/setattr.def
	- set_var_attribute: check whether bind_variable (called when the
	  variable whose attributes are being modified is found in the temp
	  environment) just modified a read-only global variable, and don't
	  bother marking the temporary variable for propagation if so.  The
	  propagation is superfluous and will result in a strange error
	  message

				    2/2
				    ---
variables.c
	- initialize_shell_variables: don't try to import function definitions
	  with invalid names from the environment if already in posix mode,
	  but create them as (invisible) exported variables so they pass
	  through the environment.  Print an error message so user knows
	  what's wrong.  Fixes bug reported by Tomas Trnka <ttrnka@mail.muni.cz>

				    2/9
				    ---

builtins/read.def
	- sigalrm_seen, alrmbuf: now global so the rest of the shell (trap.c)
	  can use them
	- sigalrm: just sets flag, no longer longjmps to alrmbuf; problem was
	  longjmp without manipulating signal mask, leaving SIGALRM blocked

quit.h
	- move CHECK_ALRM macro here from builtins/read.def so trap.c:
	  check_signals() can call it

trap.c
	- check_signals: add call to CHECK_ALRM before QUIT
	- check_signals_and_traps: call check_signals() instead of including
	  CHECK_ALRM and QUIT inline.  Integrating check for read builtin's
	  SIGALRM (where zread call to check_signals_and_traps can see it)
	  fixes problem reported by Mike Frysinger <vapier@gentoo.org>

				   2/12
				   ----
lib/glob/xmbsrtowcs.c
	- xdupmbstowcs2: fixed but where end of string was not handled
	  correctly, causing loop to go past end of string in a bunch of cases.
	  Fixes bug reported by "Dashing" <dashing@hushmail.com>


				   2/13
				   ----
builtins/pushd.def
	- popd_builtin: treat any argument that isn't -n or of the form
	  [-+][[:digit:]]* as an error.  Fixes problem reported by Bruce
	  Korb <bruce.korb@gmail.com>

				   2/14
				   ----
configure.ac
	- add check for sig_atomic_t; already a placeholder for it in
	  config.h.in

				   2/15
				   ----
subst.c
	- do_compound_assignment: don't call assign_compound_array_list with
	  a NULL variable in case make_local_xxx_variable returns NULL
	  (it will if you try to shadow a readonly or noassign variable).
	  Fixes bug reported by Richard Tollerton <rich.tollerton@ni.com>

				   2/16
				   ----
variables.c
	- make_local_variable: print error messager if an attempt is made to
	  create a local variable shadowing a `noassign' variable.  Previously
	  we just silently refused to do it

trap.[ch]
	- get_original_signal: now global so rest of the shell can use it

sig.c
	- initialize_shell_signals: install a signal handler for SIGTERM
	  that does nothing except set a sigterm_received flag instead of
	  ignoring it with SIG_IGN, as long as SIGTERM is not ignored when
	  the shell is started.  Use get_original_signal early to get the
	  original handler, since we will do that later anyway
	- set_signal_handler: if installing sigterm_sighandler as the SIGTERM
	  handler, make sure to add SA_RESTART flag to make it as close to
	  SIG_IGN as possible

sig.h
	- sigterm_sighandler: new extern declaration

quit.h
	- RESET_SIGTERM: set sigterm_receved to 0
	- CHECK_SIGTERM: check sigterm_received; if it's non-zero, treat it
	  as a fatal signal and call termsig_handler to exit the shell

jobs.c
	- make_child: call RESET_SIGTERM just before fork() so we can detect
	  if the child process received a SIGTERM before it's able to change
	  the signal handler back to what it was when the shell started
	  (presumably SIG_DFL).  Only has effect if the shell installed
	  sigterm_sighandler for SIGTERM, interactive shells that were not
	  started with SIG_IGN as the SIGTERM handler
	- make_child: call RESET_SIGTERM in the parent after fork() so the
	  rest of the shell won't react to it

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_simple_command: call CHECK_SIGTERM after make_child in child
	  to catch SIGTERM received after fork() and before restoring old
	  signal handlers
	- execute_disk_command: call CHECK_SIGTERM after make_child in child
	  process after restoring old signal handlers and again just before
	  calling shell_execve.  Fixes race condition observed by
	  Padraig Brady <p@draigbrady.com> when testing with his `timeout'
	  program

lib/readline/display.c
	- open_some_spaces: new function, subset of insert_some_chars that just
	  opens up a specified number of spaces to be overwritten
	- insert_some_spaces: now just calls to open_some_spaces followed by
	  _rl_output_some_chars
	- update_line: use col_temp instead of recalculating it using
	  _rl_col_width in the case where we use more columns with fewer bytes
	- update_line: use open_some_spaces and then output the right number
	  of chars instead of trying to print new characters then overwrite
	  existing characters in two separate calls.  This includes removing
	  some dodgy code and making things simpler.  Fix from Egmont
	  Koblinger <egmont@gmail.com>
	- use new variable `bytes_to_insert' instead of overloading temp in
	  some code blocks (nls - nfd, bytes that comprise the characters
	  different in the new line from the old)

				   2/18
				   ----
redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: add undoable redirection for the implicit
	  close performed by the <&n- and >&n- redirections.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Stephane Chazelas <stephane.chazelas@gmail.com>

				   2/19
				   ----
sig.c
	- termsig_handler: an interactive shell killed by SIGHUP and keeping
	  command history will try to save the shell history before exiting.
	  This is an attempt to preserve the save-history-when-the-terminal-
	  window-is-closed behavior

				   2/21
				   ----
braces.c
	- brace_expand: if a sequence expansion fails (e.g. because the
	  integers overflow), treat that expansion as a simple string, including
	  the braces, and try to process any remainder of the string.  The
	  remainder may include brace expansions.  Derived from SuSE bug
	  804551 example (https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=804551)

				   2/23
				   ----
{quit,sig}.h,sig.c
	- sigterm_received declaration now in sig.h; type is sig_atomic_t
	- sigwinch_received type now sig_atomic_t
	- sig.h includes bashtypes.h and <signal.h> if SIG_DFL not defined
	  (same logic as trap.h) to pick up sig_atomic_t

unwind_prot.c
	- include sig.h before quit.h (reverse order)

				   2/27
				   ----
builtins/shopt.def
	- reset_shopt_options: make sure check_window_size is reset to the
	  default from config.h, not unconditionally to 0

jobs.[ch]
	- last_made_pid, last_asynchronous_pid: now volatile.  Change from SuSE

jobs.c
	- wait_for: if we're using sigaction to install a handler for SIGCHLD,
	  make sure we specify SA_RESTART

lib/{tilde,readline}/shell.c
	- get_home_dir: instead of looking in the password file every time,
	  look once and cache the result

sig.[ch]
	- sigwinch_received, sigterm_received: now `volatile' qualified

sig.c,quit.h
	- interrupt_state,terminating_signal: now sig_atomic_t

				    3/1
				    ---
MANIFEST,examples/*
	- removed around 120 files without FSF copyrights; requested by
	  Karl Berry in early January

				    3/2
				    ---
lib/malloc/malloc.c
	- morecore: only check whether SIGCHLD is trapped if SIGCHLD is defined

doc/bashref.texi
	- Fixed most of the examples in the GNU Parallel section to use better
	  shell idioms following complaints on bug-bash; added a couple of
	  examples and smoothed out the text

quit.h
	- include "sig.h" for sig_atomic_t

lib/readline/display.c
	- update_line: when inserting one or more characters at the end of
	  the display line in a non-multibyte environment, just write from the
	  first difference to the end of the line and return. We don't have
	  to adjust _rl_last_c_pos.  This is needed to adjust from the old
	  two-part copy to a single call to _rl_output_some_chars (change of
	  2/16)

				    3/4
				    ---
Makefile.in,doc/Makefile.in
	- PACKAGE_TARNAME, docdir: new variables substituted by autoconf
	- OTHER_DOCS,OTHER_INSTALLED_DOCS: new variables with auxiliary
	  documentation files to be installed into $(docdir)
	- install: add new rule to install $(OTHER_DOCS)
	- uninstall: add new rule to uninstall $(docdir)/$(OTHER_INSTALLED_DOCS)

doc/bash.1
	- add URL to `POSIX' file in `SEE ALSO' section; put pointer to that
	  section in --posix and set -o posix descriptions

examples/
	- removed around 110 examples at the request of the FSF due to copyright
	  issues

				    3/5
				    ---
builtins/setattr.def
	- readonly: modified help text slightly to make it clearer that
	  functions aren't changed or displayed unless the -f option is given.
	  Report from <gotmynick@gmail.com>

				    3/9
				    ---
include/typemax.h
	- SIZE_MAX: define to 65535 (Posix minimum maximum) if not defined

parse.y
	- include "typemax.h" for possible SIZE_MAX definition, make sure we
	  include it after shell.h

{braces,expr}.c
	- include "typemax.h" for possible INTMAX_MIN and INTMAX_MAX definitions

				   3/10
				   ----
bashline.c
	- bash_default_completion: make sure completion type of `!' (same as
	  TAB but with show-all-if-ambiguous set) and glob-word-completion
	  sets rl_filename_completion_desired to 0 so extra backslashes don't
	  get inserted by `quoting' the completion.  We can't kill all the
	  matches because show-all-if-ambiguous needs them.   Bug report from
	  Marcel (Felix) Giannelia <info@skeena.net>

[bash-4.3-alpha frozen]

				   3/14
				   ----
general.c
	- trim_pathname: use memmove instead of memcpy since the source and
	  destination pathnames may overlap.  Report and fix from Matthew
	  Riley <mattdr@google.com>

				   3/18
				   ----
configure.ac
	- socklen_t is defined as `unsigned int' if configure can't find it

				   3/20
				   ----
lib/readline/complete.c
	- S_ISVTX: since it's not defined on all platforms (Minix), make sure
	  its use is protected with #ifdef

				   3/21
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- Added mention of ${!name[@]} and ${!name[*]} expansions to get all
	  indices of an array.  Suggested by Jonathan Leffler
	  <jonathan.leffler@gmail.com>

				   3/24
				   ----
subst.h
	- SD_IGNOREQUOTE: new define for skip_to_delim; if set, means that
	  single quotes (for now) will be treated as ordinary characters

subst.c
	- skip_to_delim: handle SD_IGNOREQUOTE. no callers use it for now

				   3/25
				   ----
support/config.{guess,sub}
	- updated to versions from autoconf-2.69

				   3/31
				   ----
lib/sh/shquote.c
	- sh_single_quote: short-circuit quoting a single "'" instead of
	  creating a long string with empty single-quoted strings

parser.h
	- DOLBRACE_QUOTE2: new define, like DOLBRACE_QUOTE, but need to single-
	  quote results of $'...' expansion because quote removal will be
	  done later.  Right now this is only done for ${word/pat/rep}

parse.y
	- parse_matched_pair: set state to DOLBRACE_QUOTE2 for pattern
	  substitution word expansion so we don't treat single quote specially
	  in the pattern or replacement string
	- parse_matched_pair: if we're parsing a dollar-brace word expansion
	  (${...}) and we're not treating single quote specially within
	  double quotes, single-quote the translation of $'...' ansi-c
	  escaped strings.  Original report and fix from Eduardo A.
	  Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- extract_dollar_brace_string: ${word/pat/rep} scanning now sets the
	  DOLBRACE_QUOTE2 flag instead of DOLBRACE_QUOTE so we don't treat
	  single quotes specially within a double-quoted string

execute_cmd.c
	- fix_assignment_words: skip over assignment statements preceding a
	  command word before trying to figure out whether or not assignment
	  statements following a possible declaration command should be 
	  treated specially.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				    4/4
				    ---
lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: only call _rl_vi_set_last (and check whether
	  the key is a text modification command) if the key sequence length
	  is 1.  That keeps the arrow keys from setting the last command
	  when called in vi command mode.  Fixes bug reported by Ian A.
	  Watson <watson_ian_a@lilly.com>

				    4/6
				    ---
lib/readline/bind.c
	- rl_parse_and_bind: when parsing a double-quoted string as the value
	  of a variable, make sure we skip past the leading double quote.
	  Fix from Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

variables.c
	- hash_lookup: set new local variable last_table_searched to the table
	  a successful lookup appears in; tested in make_local_variable to
	  solve the problem below
	- make_local_variable: if we find a variable with the tempenv flag
	  set at the same `level' as variable_context', but not found in the
	  temporary_env (temp environment preceding the builtin), return it.
	  The temp environment preceding the function call has already been
	  merged (in execute_function) into the list of variable contexts the
	  function sees as shell_variables by the time this is called.  Fixes
	  inconsistency pointed out by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- expand_arith_string: expanded out contents of expand_string,
	  expand_string_internal, expand_string_if_necessary to create a
	  WORD_DESC and call call_expand_word_internal() on it directly.
	  We don't want process substitution to be performed ( 1<(2) ) should
	  mean something different in an arithmetic expression context.
	  It doesn't work to just turn on the DQUOTE flag, since that means
	  that things like ${x["expression"]} are not expanded correctly.
	  Fixes problem pointed out by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				   4/13
				   ----
subst.c
	- process_substitute: run the EXIT trap before exiting, as other
	  shells seem to.  Fixes problem pointed out by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

lib/readline/readline.c
	- readline_internal_setup: call rl_vi_insertion_mode to enter vi
	  mode instead of rl_vi_insert_mode to avoid resetting the saved last
	  command information.  Posix says that `.' can repeat a command
	  that was entered on a previous line so we need to save the info.
	  Fixes bug reported by Ian A. Watson <watson_ian_a@lilly.com>

				   4/14
				   ----
lib/readline/complete.c
	- rl_completion_matches: make sure xrealloc returns something non-null
	  (can happen when interrupted by a signal) before trying to add
	  matches to match_list

subst.c
	- array_remove_pattern: return NULL right away if array_variable_part
	  returns an invisible variable
	- array_length_reference: handle array_variable_part returning an
	  invisible variable
	- get_var_and_type: handle array_variable_part returning an invisible
	  variable

				   4/15
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: make sure to run the EXIT trap for group
	  commands anywhere in pipelines, not just at the end.  From a point
	  raised by Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

variables.c
	- bind_int_variable: make sure invisible flag is unset.  Fixes problems
	  like "declare -ai a; : $(( a[4]=4 ));"

arrayfunc.c
	- array_variable_part: return variable even if invisible flag set,
	  callers must handle invisible vars

				   4/18
				   ----
builtins/set.def
	- unset_builtin: if -n flag given, call unset_nameref instead of
	  unset_variable

variables.c
	- find_variable_nameref: print warning message if nameref circular
	  reference detected, return NULL and let caller deal with it

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_builtin: only disallow global references at this point if
	  we are at the global scope

				   5/16
				   ----
configure.ac
	- update release status to beta

				   5/23
				   ----
trap.c
	- run_pending_traps: save and restore pipeline around calls to
	  evalstring() in case we get a trap while running a trap. Have to
	  figure out the recursive running traps issue elsewhere.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Roman Rakus <rrakus@redhat.com>
	- run_pending_traps: make sure to set running_trap to the appropriate
	  signal value when running a trap command
	- run_pending_traps: short-circuit immediately if running_trap set
	  when invoked.  Could change this later to only skip if it would
	  run the same trap as currently being run (running_trap == sig + 1)

configure.ac
	- add warning if bison not found

lib/readline/doc/rltech.texi
	- new section with an example program illustrating the callback
	  interface. Suggested by Peng Yu <pengyu.ut@gmail.com>

examples/loadables/Makefile.in
	- remove references to `cut' and `getconf', which were removed in
	  early March

				   5/28
				   ----
lib/sh/pathphys.c
	- sh_realpath: correct inverted two arguments to call to sh_makepath.
	  Report and fix from Julien Thomas <jthomas@exosec.fr>

				    6/7
				    ---
execute_cmd.c
	- executing_line_number: the else clauses that are conditional on
	  various options being defined can simply be if clauses -- they are
	  mutually exclusive and all have `return' in the body.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Flavio Medeiros <flaviomotamedeiros@gmail.com>

				   6/25
				   ----
lib/readline/readline.c
	- readline_internal_setup: only sent the meta-key enable string to the
	  terminal if we've been told to use one and the terminal has been
	  successfully initialized (RL_ISSTATE (RL_STATE_TERMPREPPED) != 0).
	  Suggested by Dan Mick <dan.mick@inktank.com>

lib/readline/signals.c
	- _rl_signal_handler: call any defined signal hook after calling
	  rl_resize_terminal when handling a SIGWINCH.  We already have called
	  the original SIGWINCH handler but will not be resending the signal
	  to ourselves

				   6/27
				   ----
lib/readline/doc/history.3, doc/bash.1
	- fix description of the `$' modifier to note that it expands to the
	  last *word*, which is not always the last argument.  Report from
	  ariyetz@gmail.com via gnu.org RT

				   6/29
				   ----
lib/glob/smatch.c
	- glob_asciiranges: initialize to value of GLOBASCII_DEFAULT instead
	  of 0 (0 if not defined)

configure.ac,config.h.in
	- --enable-glob-asciiranges-default: new option, controls the value of
	  GLOBASCII_DEFAULT; use it to turn globasciiranges shopt option on
	  by default

doc/bashref.texi
	- document new --enable-glob-asciiranges-default configure option

variables.c
	- assign_in_env: implement += value appending semantics for assignments
	  preceding command names

				    7/4
				    ---
expr.c
	- set lasttok = NUM in all of the functions that result in a number,
	  even if it's a boolean, to avoid errors with constructs like
	  1 * x = 1, which should be an asignment error.  Fixes problem
	  pointed out by Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

parse.y
	- decode_prompt_string: don't bother to call strcpy if
	  polite_directory_format returns its argument unchanged.  It's not
	  necessary and Mac OS X 10.9 aborts because of a supposed overlapping
	  string copy.  Bug and fix from simon@hitzemann.org

subst.c
	- parameter_brace_find_indir: new function, code from
	  parameter_brace_expand_indir that looks up the indirectly-referenced
	  variable, but does not expand it
	- parameter_brace_expand_indir: call parameter_brace_find_indir to
	  look up indirected variable reference
	- get_var_and_type: call parameter_brace_find_indir if it looks like we
	  are trying to manipulate an indirect variable reference like
	  ${!b%%foo}.  This makes a difference if !b references an array
	  variable.  Bug report from Dan Douglas <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				    7/6
				    ---
lib/sh/casemod.c
	- sh_modcase: make sure argument passed to is_basic is <= UCHAR_MAX,
	  since cval can convert something to a wchar_t greater than UCHAR_MAX.
	  Fixes bug reported by Tomasz Tomasik <scx.mail@gmail.com>

				    7/8
				    ---
lib/readline/history.c
	- add_history_time: if history_length == 0, referencing history_length
	  - 1 will result in an array bounds error, so make history_length be
	  at least 1 before going on.  Fixes bug reported by Geng Sheng Liu
	  <gsliu.tju@gmail.com>

builtins/setattr.def
	- show_func_attributes: display definition (if NODEFS argument is 0) and
	  attributes for a particular function; used by `declare -fp name'

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: call show_func_attributes if -f supplied with -p.
	  Fixes inconsistency observed by Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>

builtins/common.h
	- new extern declaration for show_func_attributes

builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: check the first supplied variable name for validity
	  before attempting to read any input, since we know we will have to
	  at least use that one.  Don't check any other names yet.  Suggested
	  by jidanni@jidanni.org

				   7/10
				   ----
redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: when closing a file descriptor with
	  r_close_this ([n]<&-) count close errors as redirection errors if
	  errno ends up as EIO or ENOSPC.  Originally reported back in April
	  2012 by Andrey Zaitsev <jstcdr@gmail.com>

				   7/11
				   ----
redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: before calling check_bash_input, make sure
	  that we don't call check_bash_input for an asynchronous process that
	  is replacing stdin with something else. The seek backwards affects
	  the parent process as well, since parents and children share the
	  file pointer. Fixes problem originally reported in March 2013 by
	  Martin Jackson <mjackson220.list@gmail.com>

				   7/13
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- slight change to add a description of `shopt -o' suggested by Bruce
	  Korb <bruce.korb@gmail.com>

				   7/19
				   ----
lib/readline/histfile.c
	- history_do_write: if close returns < 0, make sure we restore the
	  backup history file and return a non-zero value
	- history_truncate_file: if write or close return < 0, make sure we
	  return a non-zero value

[bash-4.3-beta frozen]

				   7/21
				   ----
lib/readline/isearch.c
	- rl_display_search: now takes an entire search context flags word as
	  the second argument, instead of just reverse flag; changed callers
	- rl_display_search: if the search has failed, add `failed ' to the
	  beginning of the search prompt
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if the search has failed, display the entire
	  search string with an indication that the search failed but with the
	  last matching line.  Suggested by jidanni@jidanni.org

command.h
	- W_ASSIGNINT: new word flag; used internally for make_internal_declare
	  and set by fix_assignment_words

execute_cmd.c
	- fix_assignment_words: set W_ASSIGNINT if compound assignment and -i
	  given as option.  We don't do anything with the value yet

subst.c
	- shell_expand_word_list: rework the way the option list that is
	  passed to make_internal_declare is created

				    8/1
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- minor changes to description of $! based on a report from Chris
	  Down <chris@chrisdown.name>

arrayfunc.c
	- assign_array_element_internal: before trying to get an array's max
	  index to process a negative subscript, make sure the array exists.
	  Bug report from Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				    8/2
				    ---
arrayfunc.c
	- assign_array_element_internal: before using array_max_index() when
	  processing a negative subscript, make sure the variable is an array.
	  if it's not, use 0 as array_max_index assuming it's a string.
	  Fixes bug report from Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				    8/3
				    ---
Makefile.in
	- pcomplete.o: add dependency on $(DEFDIR)/builtext.h. Suggested by
	  Curtis Doty <curtis@greenkey.net>

				    8/5
				    ---
lib/glob/sm_loop.c
	- strcompare: short-circuit and return FNM_NOMATCH if the lengths of the
	  pattern and string (pe - p  and se - s, respectively) are not equal
	- strcompare: don't bother trying to set *pe or *se to '\0' if that's
	  what they already are.  Fixes bug reported by Geir Hauge
	  <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				    8/6
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi},builtins/hash.def,lib/readline/doc/rluser.texi
	- minor typo changes from Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

bultins/help.def
	- show_longdoc: avoid trying to translate the empty string because it
	  often translates to some boilerplate about the project and
	  translation.  Report and fix from Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				    8/8
				    ---
builtins/help.def
	- help_builtin: try two passes through the list of help topics for each
	  argument: one doing exact string matching and one, if the first pass
	  fails to find a match, doing string prefix matching like previous
	  versions.  This prevents `help read' from matching both `read' and
	  `readonly', but allows `help r' to match everything beginning with
	  `r'.  Inspired by report from Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				   8/13
				   ----
builtins/fc.def
	- fc_builtin,fc_gethnum: calculate `real' end of the history list and
	  use it if -0 is specified as the beginning or end of the history
	  range to list.  Doesn't work for fc -e or fc -s by design.  Feature
	  requested by Mike Fied <micfied@gmail.com>

				   8/16
				   ----
trap.c
	- _run_trap_internal: use {save,restore}_parser_state instead of
	  {save,restore}_token_state. It's more comprehensive

				   8/23
				   ----
doc/bash.1
	- disown: remove repeated text.  Report and fix from Thomas Hood
	  <jdthood@gmail.com>

				   8/25
				   ----
lib/readline/rltty.c
	- set_special_char: fix prototype (last arg is rl_command_func_t *)

sig.c
	- set_signal_handler: return oact.sa_handler only if sigaction
	  succeeds; if it doesn't, return SIG_DFL (reasonable default).  From
	  https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=911404

bashline.c
	- attempt_shell_completion: fix to skip assignment statements preceding
	  command name even if there are no programmable completions defined.
	  From https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=994659
	- attempt_shell_completion: if still completing command word following
	  assignment statements, do command completion even if programmable
	  completion defined for partial command name entered so far

				   8/26
				   ----
pcomplete.c
	- pcomp_filename_completion_function: make sure rl_filename_dequoting_function
	  is non-NULL before trying to call it.  Bug and fix from
	  Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

bashline.c
	- bash_command_name_stat_hook: if *name is not something we're going
	  to look up in $PATH (absolute_program(*name) != 0), just call the
	  usual bash_filename_stat_hook and return those results.  This makes
	  completions like $PWD/exam[TAB] add a trailing slash

				    9/2
				    ---
builtins/read.def
	- read_builtin: before comparing what we read to the delim, make sure
	  we are not supposed to be ignoring the delimiter (read -N).  We
	  set the delim to -1, but it's possible to read a character whose
	  int value ends up being between -1 and -128.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Stephane Chazelas <stephane.chazelas@gmail.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- word splitting: crib some language from Posix to make it clear that
	  characters in IFS are treated as field *terminators*, not field
	  *separators*.  Addresses issue raised by DJ Mills
	  <danielmills1@gmail.com>

lib/readline/{util.c,rldefs.h}
	- _rl_stricmp,_rl_strnicmp: now take const char * string arguments;
	  changed prototype declarations

				    9/5
				    ---
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- [[: modify description of pattern matching to make it clear that the
	  match is performed as if the extglob option were enabled.  From Red
	  Hat bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1002078

				   9/12
				   ----
lib/readline/isearch.c
	- _rl_isearch_dispatch: if we read an ESC and it's supposed to
	  terminate the search, make sure we check for typeahead with
	  _rl_pushed_input_available, since installing a hook function causes
	  typeahead to be collected in `ibuffer' (input.c).  If there is any,
	  make sure we still use the ESC as a prefix character.  Bug and fix
	  from Mike Miller <mtmiller@ieee.org>

				   9/16
				   ----
builtins/{caller,cd,kill,pushd,wait}.def
	- builtin_usage(): make sure call to this sets return status to
	  EX_USAGE

				   9/18
				   ----
terminal.c
	- rl_change_environment: new application-settable variable; if non-
	  zero (the default), readline will modify LINES and COLUMNS in the
	  environment when it handles SIGWINCH
	- _rl_get_screen_size: if rl_change_environment is non-zero, use setenv
	  to modify LINES and COLUMNS environment variables

readline.h
	- rl_change_environment: new extern declaration for applications

				   9/22
				   ----
configure.ac
	- relstatus: bumped version to bash-4.3-beta2

				   9/24
				   ----

lib/readline/readline.c
	- bind_arrow_keys_internal: added more key bindings for the numeric key
	  pad arrow keys on mingw32.  Patch from Pierre Muller
	  <pierre.muller@ics-cnrs.unistra.fr>

				   10/19
				   -----

bashline.c
	- maybe_restore_tilde: version of restore_tilde that honors `direxpand';
	  calls restore_tilde after saving directory expansion hook if
	  necessary.  Report from Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

builtins/cd.def
	- -@: new option, allows cd to use `extended attributes' present in
	  NFSv4, ZFS; idea taken from ksh93.  Attributes associated with a
	  file are presented as a directory containing the attributes as
	  individual files.  Original patch contributed by Cedric Blancher
	  <cedric.blancher@gmail.com>

				   10/20
				   -----
aclocal.m4
	- BASH_CHECK_MULTIBYTE: check for wcwidth being broken with unicode
	  combining characters needs a value to use when cross-compiling.
	  Bug report from Bert Sutherland <bertsutherland@gmail.com>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- document new -@ option to cd builtin

				   10/28
				   -----
lib/glob/{{gmisc,glob}.c,glob.h}
	- extglob_pattern renamed to extglob_pattern_p, declared in glob.h

subst.c
	- expand_word_internal: typo fix: case to fix " $@\ " bug in bash-4.2
	  had a typo (& isexp instead of &&)

				   10/29
				   -----
input.c
	- getc_with_restart: make sure local_index and local_bufused are
	  reset to 0 before returning EOF, in case we are running an interactive
	  shell without line editing and ignoreeof is set.  Report and fix
	  from Yong Zhang <yong.zhang@windriver.com>

lib/readline/search.c
	- _rl_nsearch_init: take out extra third argument to rl_message; it
	  only matches prototype (and maybe format) in cases where
	  PREFER_STDARG and USE_VARARGS are both undefined, which is rare

				   10/31
				   -----
subst.c
	- process_substitute: when opening the named pipe in the child, open
	  without O_NONBLOCK to avoid race conditions.  Happens often on AIX.
	  Bug report and fix from Michael Haubenwallner
	  <michael.haubenwallner@salomon.at>

builtins/ulimit.def
	- RLIMIT_NTHR: if RLIMIT_PTHREAD is not defined, but RLIMIT_NTHR is,
	  use RLIMIT_NTHR (NetBSD)

				   11/5
				   ----
locale.c
	- set_default_locale_vars,set_locale_var: if TEXTDOMAINDIR has been
	  set, and default_dir has a non-null value, call bindtextdomain(3)
	  when TEXTDOMAIN is assigned a value.  Fixes problem reported by
	  Michael Arlt <qwertologe@googlemail.com>

				   11/6
				   ----
builtins/cd.def
	- cdxattr: only create synthetic pathname in `buf' if NDIRP argument
	  is non-null
	- change_to_directory: if we have specified -@ and cdxattr returns
	  failure, fail immediately.  Fixes bug reported by Joshuah Hurst
	  <joshhurst@gmail.com>

				   11/12
				   -----
redir.c
	- print_redirection: change r_err_and_out (&>) and its append form,
	  r_append_err_and_out (&>>) cases to separate redirection operator
	  from filename by a space, in case we have a process substitution.
	  Fixes bug reported by admn ombres <admn.ombres@gmail.com>

				   11/15
				   -----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_simple_command: don't close process substitution fds until
	  we are finished executing any current shell function.  Partial fix
	  for bug reported by John Dawson <john.dawson@gmail.com>

support/shobj-conf
	- add support for Darwin 13 (Mac OS X 10.9, Mavericks).  Based on a
	  report by Ludwig Schwardt <ludwig.schwardt@gmail.com>

				   11/20
				   -----
[bash-4.3-rc1 frozen]

				   11/24
				   -----
builtins/printf.def
	- bind_printf_variable: make sure that the variable assigned to is
	  no longer marked as invisible. Fixes bug reported by NBaH
	  <nbah@sfr.fr>

				   11/28
				   -----
jobs.c
	- delete_old_job: fix off-by-one error in job index in call to
	  internal_warning. Bug report from Peter Cordes <peter@cordes.ca>

				   11/30
				   -----
doc/bashref.texi
	- add string to description of special parameters with name of
	  special parameter prefixed by a $, so you can search for $#,
	  for instance

				   12/2
				   ----
lib/readline/{histexpand.c
	- get_history_event: account for current_history() possibly returning
	  NULL. Report and fix from Pankaj Sharma <pankaj.s01@samsung.com>


				   12/11
				   -----

lib/readline/parse-colors.c
	- get_funky_string: don't call abort if we see something we can't
	  parse; just return an error
	- _rl_parse_colors: if we encounter an error while parsing $LS_COLORS
	  we need to leave _rl_color_ext_list as NULL after freeing its
	  elements, then turn off _rl_colored_stats. Report and fix from Martin
	  Wesdorp <mwesdorp@casema.nl>

				   12/13
				   -----

lib/readline/parse-colors.c
	- _rl_parse_colors: if we encounter an unrecognized prefix, throw an
	  error but try to recover and go on to the next specification

variables.c
	- make_local_variable: for new variables this function creates, set
	  the att_invisible attribute.  All callers from declare_internal.
	  Indirectly, this is a fix for bug with `declare -n var; var=foo;'
	  reported by Pierre Gaston <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>
	- bind_variable: if assigning to nameref variable that doesn't have
	  a value yet (e.g., with `declare -n var; var=foo'), don't try to
	  use the unset name. Fixes a segfault reported by Pierre Gaston
	  <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_command_internal: make sure last_command_exit_value is set
	  to 0 after any command executed in the background.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Martin Kealey <martin@kurahaupo.gen.nz>

				   12/17
				   -----
support/config.{guess,sub}
	- updated to latest versions from git

				   12/19
				   -----
parse.y
	- struct STRING_SAVER: now has a new `flags' element, to identify the
	  caller: alias expansion, double-paren parsing, or parse_and_execute
	- push_string: now sets flags to PSH_ALIAS if `ap' argument is non-NULL
	- push_string: now doesn't attempt to call strlen on a NULL string to
	  set shell_input_line_size
	- parser_expanding_alias, parser_save_alias, parser_restore_alias: new
	  functions to provide an external interface to push_string and
	  pop_string; parser_save_alias sets flags element to PSH_SOURCE (could
	  be renamed PSH_EXTERN someday)
	- shell_getc: when yy_getc returns '\0', instead of just testing
	  whether the pushed_string_list is not-empty before popping it, don't
	  pop if if the saved string has flags PSH_SOURCE, indicating that
	  parse_and_execute set it before setting bash_input to the string.
	  We should continue reading to the end of that string before popping
	  back to a potential alias. Partial solution for the problem of aliases
	  with embedded newlines containing `.' commands being executed out of
	  order reported by Andrew Martin <andrew.martin@gmail.com>
	- shell_getc: when yy_getc returns '\0' and there is a saved string of
	  type PSH_SOURCE, restart the read without popping the string stack
	  if we have not read to the end of bash_input.location.string.  Rest
	  of fix for out-of-order execution problem

externs.h
	- parser_expanding_alias, parser_save_alias, parser_restore_alias: new
	  extern function declarations

builtins/evalstring.c
	- pe_prologue: if the parser is expanding an alias, make sure to add
	  an unwind-protect to restore the alias; undoes the work that will be
	  performed by parse_and_execute/parse_string
	- parse_and_execute,parse_string: after calling push_stream to save
	  bash_input, check whether or not the parser is currently expanding
	  an alias (parser_expanding_alias() != 0). If it is, we want to save
	  that string in the pushed_string_list, which we do with
	  parser_save_alias.

				   12/23
				   -----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_for_command: make sure to set line_number before expanding
	  the word list, so expansion errors have the right line number.
	  From a report from Ben Okopnik <ben@okopnik.com>

expr.c
	- exp2: save token pointer before calling readtok(), arrange to use
	  saved token pointer when printing error token on a division by 0
	  error

				   12/27
				   -----
lib/readline/display.c
	- rl_redisplay: when calculating effects of invisible characters in a
	  prompt that is split across physical screen lines to set the indices
	  of linebreaks, don't bother testing local_prompt_prefix (line 751).
	  That prefix doesn't matter when calculating prompt visible and
	  invisible characters.  Fixes problem reported by Jinesh Choksi
	  <jinesh@onelittlehope.com>

Makefile.in
	- install: make sure to use $(DESTDIR) when installing OTHER_DOCS.
	  Report and fix from Matthias Klose <doko@debian.org>

doc/texinfo.tex
	- updated to version of 2013-09-11

				   12/28
				   -----
lib/readline/undo.c
	- rl_do_undo: if we are undoing from a history entry (rl_undo_list ==
	  current_history()->data), make sure the change to rl_line_buffer is
	  reflected in the history entry. We use the guts of
	  rl_maybe_replace_line to do the work.  Fixes problem reported by
	  gregrwm <backuppc-users@whitleymott.net>

				   12/30
				   -----
sig.c
	- sigint_sighandler: if we get a SIGINT (and this signal handler is
	  installed) while the wait builtin is running, note that we received
	  it in the same way as jobs.c:wait_sigint_handler and return.  The
	  various wait_for functions will look for that with CHECK_WAIT_INTR.
	  This fixes the wait builtin not being interruptible in an interactive
	  job control shell

				   12/31
				   -----
trap.c
	- set_signal_hard_ignored: rename set_signal_ignored to this, since it
	  both sets original_signals[sig] and sets the HARD_IGNORE flag
	- set_signal_ignored: new function, now just sets original_signals[sig]

trap.h
	- set_signal_hard_ignored: new external declaration

sig.c
	- initialize_terminating_signals: call set_signal_hard_ignored instead
	  of set_signal_ignored for signals with disposition SIG_IGN when the
	  shell starts

execute_cmd.c
	- setup_async_signals: make sure we get the original dispositions for
	  SIGINT and SIGQUIT before starting the subshell, and don't call
	  set_signal_ignored  because that sets original_signals[sig].  If we
	  don't, subsequent attempts to reset handling using trap will fail
	  because it thinks the original dispositions were SIG_IGN. Posix
	  interpretation 751 (http://austingroupbugs.net/view.php?id=751)

				 1/2/2014
				 --------
lib/sh/stringvec.c
	- strvec_mcreate, strvec_mresize: versions of create and resize that
	  use malloc and realloc, respectively, instead of xmalloc/xrealloc

braces.c
	- expand_amble,mkseq: use strvec_mcreate/strvec_mresize so we can
	  catch and handle memory allocation failures instead of aborting
	  with the xmalloc/xrealloc interface

lib/sh/strdup.c
	- strdup replacement function for ancient systems that don't have it

lib/sh/itos.c
	- mitos: new function, itos that uses strdup instead of savestring

externs.h
	- strvec_mcreate/strvec_mresize: new extern declarations
	- mitos: new extern declaration

configure.ac
	- bash version moved to 4.3-rc2

				    1/6
				    ---
doc/bash.1,lib/readline/doc/{rluser.texi,readline.3}
	- separate the description of what happens when readline reads the
	  tty EOF character from the description of delete-char, leaving a
	  note in the delete-char description about common binding for ^D.
	  From suggestion by Parke <parke.nexus@gmail.com>

lib/readline/doc/{version.texi,history.3,*.texi}
	- updated email addresses and copyright dates

				    1/7
				    ---
variables.c
	- delete_var: new function, just removes a variable from a hash table
	  and frees it, without doing anything else
	- make_variable_value: if we are trying to assign to a nameref variable,
	  return NULL if the value is null or the empty string or not a valid
	  identifier

variables.h
	- delete_var: new extern declaration

subst.h
	- ASS_NAMEREF: new define for assignments, means assigning to a nameref
	  variable

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: if we are creating and assigning to a nameref
	  variable, make sure the value is a valid variable name (checks done
	  by make_variable_value via bind_variable_value) and display an
	  error message, deleting the variable we just created, if it is not.
	  Fixes bug reported by Peggy Russell <prusselltechgroup@gmail.com>

				    1/9
				    ---
builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: turning on nameref attribute for an existing
	  variable turns off -i/-l/-u/-c attributes (essentially the ones
	  that cause evaluation at assignment time) for ksh93 compat

builtins/setattr.def
	- show_name_attributes: if asked to display attributes and values for
	  a nameref variable, don't follow the nameref chain to the end. More
	  ksh93 compat

				   1/10
				   ----
trap.c
	- _run_trap_internal: use {save,restore}_parser_state instead of
	  {save,restore}_token_state, like in run_pending_traps(); don't
	  need to save and restore last_command_exit_value as a result
	- _run_trap_internal: call {save,restore}_pipeline like in
	  run_pending_traps()
	- run_pending_traps: since we no longer run traps in a signal handler
	  context, do not block and unblock the trapped signal while the
	  trap is executing
	- run_pending_traps: allow recursive invocations (basically, running
	  traps from a trap handler) with only a warning if the shell is
	  compiled in debug mode.  If a caller doesn't want this to happen,
	  it should test running_trap > 0. signal_in_progress (sig) only works
	  for the signals the shell handles specially

bashline.c
	- bash_event_hook: make sure we clean up readline if interrupt_state
	  is set, not only when SIGINT is not trapped.  check_signals_and_traps
	  will call check_signals, which calls QUIT, which will longjmp back
	  to top_level, running the interrupt trap along the way.  Fixes the
	  problem of signal handlers being reset out from under readline, and
	  not being set properly the next time readline is called, because
	  signals_set_flag is still set to 1.  XXX - might need to do this
	  for other signals too?

				   1/11
				   ----
subst.h
	- SD_GLOB: new define for skip_to_delim; means we are scanning a
	  glob pattern.

subst.c
	- skip_to_delim: if flags include SD_GLOB, assume we are scanning a
	  glob pattern.  Currently only used to skip bracket expressions
	  which may contain one of the delimiters

				   1/12
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: when expanding $@ as part of substring
	  expansion, pattern substitution, or case modification, don't turn
	  on the QUOTED_NULL flag.  The code that constructs the word to be
	  returned from expand_word_internal expects a different code path
	  when $@ is being expanded.  Fixes bug reported by Theodoros
	  V. Kalamatianos <thkala@gmail.com>

				   1/19
				   ----
subst.c
	- list_dequote_escapes: new function; analogue of list_quote_escapes

pathexp.c
	- quote_string_for_globbing: fix case where unescaped ^A is last char
	  in string; need to pass it through unaltered instead of turning it
	  into a bare backslash
	- quote_string_for_globbing: when quoting for regexp matching in [[,
	  don't treat backslash as a quote character; quote the backslash as
	  any other character.  Part of investigation into reports from
	  Eduardo A. Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

				   1/25
				   ----
builtins/gen-helpfiles.c
	- write_helpfiles: add prototype
	- make sure to #undef xmalloc/xfree/xrealloc/free if USING_BASH_MALLOC
	  is defined. the code does not use them, and we don't link against
	  xmalloc.o. Report from Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>

Makefile.in
	- variables.o: add dependency on builtins/builtext.h; helps with
	  parallel builds.  Report from Linda Walsh <bash@tlinx.org>

support/shobj-conf
	- darwin: combine the stanzas into one that will not require them to
	  be updated on each Mac OS X release.  Report and fix from Max Horn
	  <max@quendi.de>

				   1/27
				   ----
support/shobj-conf
	- darwin: changed the install_name embedded into the shared library
	  to contain only the major version number, not the minor one. The
	  idea is that the minor versions should all be API/ABI compatible,
	  and it is better to link automatically with the latest one.  Idea
	  from Max Horn <max@quendi.de>

				   1/29
				   ----
[bash-4.3-rc2 released]

				   1/30
				   ----
lib/readline/readline.h
	- rl_clear_history, rl_free_keymap: add extern declarations.  Report
	  from Hiroo Hayashi <hiroo.hayashi@computer.org>

general.c
	- include trap.h for any_signals_trapped() prototype

lib/sh/unicode.c
	- include <stdio.h> for sprintf prototype

				   1/31
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_simple_command: only posix-mode shells should exit on an
	  assignment failure in the temporary environment preceding a special
	  builtin. This is what the documentation and code comments have
	  always said
	- execute_simple_command: make sure redirection errors, word expansion
	  errors, and assignment errors to Posix special builtins cause a
	  non-interactive posix mode shell to exit.  Previously the shell
	  would not exit if the failed special builtin was on the LHS of ||
	  or &&

pathexp.c
	- quote_string_for_globbing: when quoting a regular expression
	  (QGLOB_REGEXP), allow an unquoted backslash to pass through
	  unaltered. Don't use it as a quote character or quote it.  More
	  investigation from 1/24 and report by Mike Frysinger
	  <vapier@gentoo.org>
	- quote_string_for_globbing: when quoting a regular expression
	  (QGLOB_REGEXP), turn CTLESC CTLESC into CTLESC without adding a
	  backslash to quote it. We should not have to quote it because it is
	  not a character special to EREs. More investigation from 1/24

lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_testdir: now takes a second flags argument (currently unused);
	  changed prototype and callers

				    2/1
				    ---
lib/glob/glob.c
	- glob_testdir: if flags argument includes GX_ALLDIRS (globstar), use
	  lstat so we skip symlinks when traversing the directory tree.
	  Originally reported by Chris Down <chris@chrisdown.name>

				    2/2
				    ---
lib/readline/undo.c
	- rl_do_undo: make sure CUR is non-zero before dereferencing it to
	  check cur->data against rl_undo_list.  Report and fix from
	  Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- added slight clarifying language to the description of $*,
	  describing what happens when the expansion is not within double
	  quotes

				    2/4
				    ---
test.c
	- unary_test: add code to -v case so that it interprets `bare' array
	  references (foo[1]) and returns true if that index has a value

				    2/5
				    ---
trap.c
	- restore_default_signal: fix SIGCHLD special case for SIG_TRAPPED flag
	  off but SIG_INPROGRESS mode set and handler IMPOSSIBLE_TRAP_HANDLER;
	  continue with resetting handler in this case. maybe_set_sigchld_trap
	  will check these things before resetting sigchld trap from
	  run_sigchld_trap.  Fixes (apparently long-standing?) problem reported
	  by Alexandru Damian <alexandru.damian@intel.com>

				    2/6
				    ---
lib/sh/strtrans.c
	- ansic_quote: fixed a bug when copying a printable character that
	  consumes more than one byte; byte counter was not being incremented.
	  Bug report from jidanni@jidanni.org

				    2/7
				    ---
input.c
	- getc_with_restart: if read(2) returns -1/EINTR and interrupt_state or
	  terminating_signal is set (which means QUIT; will longjmp out of this
	  function), make sure the local buffer variables are zeroed out to
	  avoid reading past the end of the buffer on the next call.  Bug report
	  from Dan Jacobson <jidanni@jidanni.org>

				    2/9
				    ---
bashline.c
	- command_word_completion_function: if a directory in $PATH contains
	  quote characters, we need to quote them before passing the candidate
	  path to rl_filename_completion_function, which performs dequoting on
	  the pathname it's passed.  Fixes bug reported by Ilyushkin Nikita
	  <ilyushkeane@gmail.com>

				   2/11
				   ----
parse.y
	- xparse_dolparen: save and restore shell_eof_token around call to
	  parse_string, intead of just leaving it set to ')'
	- shell_getc: when -v is set, only print the command line when
	  shell_eof_token is 0, so we don't print it multiple times when
	  recursively entering the parser to parse $(...) commands.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Greg Wooledge <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

[changed release status to 4.3-release]

				   2/13
				   ----
lib/sh/strtrans.c
	- ansic_quote: handle case where mbrtowc reports that the multibyte
	  sequence is incomplete or invalid.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Eduardo A. Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

				   2/14
				   ----
variables.c
	- find_variable_nameref_context: fix a problem that caused the loop
	  to go one context too close to the global context.  In some cases,
	  simple variable assignment would set a variable in the global
	  context instead of a local context.  Bug report from
	  Geir Hauge <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				   2/26
				   ----
[bash-4.3 released]

				   2/27
				   ----
aclocal.m4
	- broken wcwidth check: fix typo reported by David Michael
	  <fedora.dm0@gmail.com>

				   2/28
				   ----
support/bashbug.sh
	- add ${BUGADDR} to error message printed if sending mail fails

trap.c
	- _run_trap_internal: don't call {save,restore}_pipeline if running
	  DEBUG trap; run_debug_trap calls them itself.  Fixes bug reported
	  by Moe Tunes <moetunes42@gmail.com>

test.c
	- unary_test: fix 'R' case by using find_variable_noref instead of
	  find_variable
	- test_unop: add back missing 'R' case.  Fixes bug reported by
	  NBaH <nbah@sfr.fr>

				    3/2
				    ---
jobs.c
	- end_job_control: if job control is active, we changed the terminal's
	  process group, so make sure we restore it.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Eduardo A. Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

				    3/7
				    ---
pcomplete.c
	- pcomp_curtxt: new variable, holds the original text to be completed
	  as passed to the programmable completion code
	- pcomp_filename_completion_function: if we are running compgen
	  (presumably in a shell function completion) and performing readline
	  completion, check the word being completed.  If it's not empty, but
	  the original word passed to the programmable completion code is an
	  empty string (""), call a dequoting function if one is available.
	  This compensates for an assumption in bash-completion.  Reported by
	  Albert Shih <Albert.Shih@obspm.fr>

lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_subseq: when deciding whether or not to set vi mode's
	  idea of the last command, use whether or not the dispatching keymap
	  is vi_movement_keymap instead of the key sequence length.  The `c',
	  `d', and `y' commands all take motion commands as `arguments' and
	  will produce key sequences longer than 1 character.  The arrow keys
	  will end up dispatching out of a different keymap, so the test will
	  prevent arrow keys from setting the last command (the problem in
	  bash-4.2). Bug report from Daan van Rossum <daan@flash.uchicago.edu>

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- _rl_vi_motion_command: convenience function to test whether a key is
	  a vi-mode motion command

lib/readline/rlprivate.h
	- _rl_vi_motion_command: extern declaration

parse.y
	- parse_matched_pair: we should not skip processing single quotes in
	  posix mode if dolbrace_state == DOLBRACE_QUOTE2 (pattern
	  substitution).  Fixes bug reported by David Sines
	  <dave.gma@googlemail.com>

				   3/10
				   ----
lib/readline/readline.c
	- _rl_dispatch_callback: treat a return value of -1 as the end of
	  a command dispatch sequence if the current context doesn't
	  indicate that we're reading a multi-key sequence
	  ((cxt->flags & KSEQ_SUBSEQ) == 0).  Turn off the multikey flag
	  and free the context chain in this case.  Fixes one bug reported
	  by Felix Yan <felixonmars@gmail.com> to bug-readline list
	- _rl_dispatch_callback: treat a return value of > 0 the same as 0
	  and return from the function, since only values < 0 cause us to
	  simulate recursion.  Rest of fix for bug tracked down by
	  Anatol Pomozov <anatol.pomozov@gmail.com>

				   3/11
				   ----

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_in_subshell: if a longjmp occurs, set result to
	  EXECUTION_FAILURE only if last_command_exit_value == EXECUTION_SUCCESS;
	  use value of last_command_exit_value otherwise.  Fixes cosmetic
	  issue reported by Dennis Lambe Jr. <malsyned@malsyned.net>

doc/bash.1
	- shell-kill-word and shell-backward-kill-word should be documented
	  as unbound by default.  Report from Oliver Hartley
	  <ohartley@talktalk.net>

trap.c
	- run_pending_traps: save value of $? before running trap commands in
	  trap_saved_exit_value, like run_exit_trap
	- _run_trap_internal: save value of $? before running trap commands in
	  trap_saved_exit_value, like run_exit_trap

builtins/common.c
	- get_exitstat: when running `return' in a trap action, and it is not
	  supplied an argument, use the saved exit status in
	  trap_saved_exit_value.  Fixes Posix problem reported by
	  Eduardo A. Bustamante López <dualbus@gmail.com>

				   3/13
				   ----
lib/sh/shquote.c
	- sh_contains_quotes: new function, returns true if a given string
	  contains any of the shell quote characters (single quote, double
	  quote, or backslash)

externs.h
	- sh_contains_quotes: new extern declaration

pcomplete.c
	- pcomp_filename_completion_function: more changes for the benefit of
	  bash-completion: if the argument is not the same as the original
	  argument passed to the programmable completion code (pcomp_curtxt),
	  and we are being run by compgen as part of a completion, dequote the
	  argument as bash-completion expects.  Fix for the complete-word-
	  with-quoted-special-chars problem with bash-completion

				   3/17
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_intern_function: when in posix mode, make defining a function
	  with the same name as a special builtin a fatal error only when the
	  shell is not interactive. Interactive shells display an error
	  message and go on.  From a discussion with Doug McIlroy
	  <doug@cs.dartmouth.edu>

				   3/18
				   ----
arrayfunc.c
	- assign_compound_array_list: when using expand_assignment_string_to_string
	  to expand the value in a ( [x]=y ) compound assignment, make sure
	  that we convert 0x0 to "" when expanding [x]= so it doesn't appear as
	  if the index is unset.  Fixes bug reported by Geir Hauge
	  <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

builtins/common.c
	- get_exitstat: update fix of 3/11 to allow the DEBUG trap to use the
	  current value of $? instead of the value it had before the trap
	  action was run.  This is one reason the DEBUG trap exists, and
	  extended debug mode uses it.  Might want to do this only in Posix
	  mode

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- return: add language cribbed from Posix saying what happens when
	  return is run without an argument from a trap, including the DEBUG
	  trap exception

				   3/19
				   ----
lib/glob/gmisc.c
	- extglob_pattern_p: make sure ?(patlist) is flagged as an extglob
	  pattern

lib/glob/glob.c
	- extglob_skipname: rewrite to handle patterns that begin but do not
	  end with an extglob pattern; change test for easy case and loop
	  through patterns accordingly.  Fixes problem with matching filenames
	  with a leading dot reported by Stephane Chazelas
	  <stephane.chazelas@gmail.com>
	- wextglob_skipname: make analogous changes

				   3/20
				   ----
Makefile.in
	- pass -DDEBUG down to builds in readline and history directories

lib/readline/util.c
	- _rl_trace and related functions are now only compiled in if DEBUG
	  is defined

lib/readline/Makefile.in
	- substitute @DEBUG@ and pass -DDEBUG, if necessary, to compilation
	  in LOCAL_CFLAGS

				   3/21
				   ----
parse.y
	- shell_getc: when checking whether or not to reallocate
	  shell_input_line to add trailing newline, don't try to subtract from
	  shell_input_line_size.  size_t is unsigned, so if its value is less
	  than 3 (like, say, 2), size-3 is a very large number and the string
	  will not be reallocated.  Use len+3 > size instead of len > size-3.
	  Fixes bug reported in
	  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bash/+bug/1295467

				   3/27
				   ----
lib/readline/display.c
	- _rl_clean_up_for_exit: don't bother to call _rl_move_vert to whatever
	  readline thinks the last displayed line is if it's 0.  Two reasons: a
	  minor optimization, and it protects against unwanted moving if this
	  function is called twice, as it is when ^C is pressed.  Fixes bug
	  reported by Egmont Koblinger <egmont@gmail.com>

				   3/28
				   ----
bashline.c
	- invalid_completion: new function, used to identify attempts to
	  complete words that are syntax errors
	- attempt_shell_completion: if invalid_completion returns true for a
	  word in a command position, punt on all completions.  Fixes cosmetic
	  issue reported by Uwe Storbeck <uwe@ibr.ch>
	- attempt_shell_completion: add clause so that in_command_position
	  remains set to 1 for an empty word following a command separator like
	  (, &, or |

lib/readline/kill.c
	- rl_yank, rl_yank_nth_arg_internal: don't return -1 from bindable
	  functions, return 1 instead

lib/readline/text.c
	- rl_rubout, _rl_rubout_char, rl_delete, rl_change_case,
	  rl_transpose_chars, rl_transpose_words, _rl_set_mark_at_pos,
	  rl_exchange_point_and_mark, _rl_insert_next, _rl_char_search,
	  _rl_char_search_internal:
	  don't return -1 from bindable functions, return 1 instead

lib/readline/vi_mode.c
	- rl_vi_end_word, rl_vi_rubout, rl_vi_delete, rl_vi_char_search,
	  rl_vi_match, _rl_vi_set_mark, _rl_vi_goto_mark:
	  don't return -1 from bindable functions, return 1 instead

lib/readline/macro.c
	- rl_start_kbd_macro, rl_end_kbd_macro:
	  don't return -1 from bindable functions, return 1 instead

builtins/setattr.def
	- set_var_attribute: honor setting of no_invisible_vars when setting
	  att_invisible on a variable
	- include "../flags.h" for no_invisible_vars

builtins/declare.def
	- declare_internal: honor setting of no_invisible_vars when setting
	  att_invisible on a variable
	- include "../flags.h" for no_invisible_vars

Makefile.in,builtins/Makefile.in
	- make sure declare.o and setattr.o depend on flags.h

execute_cmd.c
	- decpoint: new function, returns locale's decimal point or `.' default
	- mkfmt: use decpoint() to get decimal point instead of unconditionally
	  using `.'.  Fixes bug reported by Andrey Tataranovich
	  <tataranovich@gmail.com> in debian bug 741669

				   4/10
				   ----
lib/readline/rltypedefs.h
	- add back old Function/VFunction/etc typedefs, since other packages
	  (python, samba) use them. Mark as deprecated using gcc and clang
	  attributes.  Report and fix from Max Horn <max@quendi.de>

				   4/14
				   ----
jobs.c
	- run_sigchld_trap: unwind-protect value of this_shell_builtin, since
	  it matters in some cases whether or not we are running `wait' or
	  `eval'.  Fixes bug reported by Eduardo A. Bustamante López
	  <dualbus@gmail.com>

				   4/18
				   ----
shell.h
	- sh_parser_state_t: add `need_here_doc' flags member, since
	  xparse_dolparen (via parse_command) sets it to 0

parse.y
	- gather_here_documents: make sure need_here_doc is > 0, since we
	  don't want to just decrement it forever if it ends up < 0. Partial
	  fix for bug reported by Jared Yanovich <slovichon@gmail.com>
	- {save,restore}_parser_state: save and restore need_here_doc flag.
	  Rest of fix for bug reported by Jared Yanovich <slovichon@gmail.com>

				   4/19
				   ----
subst.c
	- cond_expand_word: since we are not supposed to be performing word
	  splitting here, set expand_no_split_dollar_star to 1 in addition to
	  setting W_NOSPLIT2
	- expand_word_internal: if we have a case where we have an unquoted
	  $@ but we are in a case where we don't want to split (W_NOSPLIT2),
	  make sure we return a list consisting of a single word with the
	  arguments separated by spaces and don't do word splitting.  Fixes
	  bug reported by Greg Wooledge <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org> from an IRC
	  discussion

builtins/hash.def
	- print_portable_hash_info: single-quote pathnames and hashed filenames
	  that contain shell metacharacters.  Fixes bug reported by
	  <g1pi@libero.it> in debian bash bug #739853

				   4/20
				   ----
lib/readline/display.c
	- When using horizontal scrolling, the redisplay code erases too much
	  of the line containing successful results, so make sure we only
	  erase to the end of the line after making sure we move the cursor
	  to the end.  Fixes bug reported by <Trond.Endrestol@ximalas.info>

				   4/23
				   ----
{bashhist,bashline}.c
builtins{bind,help,type}.def
lib/glob/glob.c, lib/intl/{loadmsgcat,localealias}.c,lib/sh/mktime.c
	- fixes to memory leaks uncovered by coverity scan

				   4/24
				   ----
{bashhist,subst,redir,assoc,jobs,array,trap}.c
lib/intl/l10flist.c
builtins/complete.def
	- fixes to memory leaks and other resource usage problems uncovered by
	  coverity scan

redir.c
	- do_redirection_internal: if dup2 fails (presumably because of a
	  resource limit), close the file descriptor we opened before returning
	  error

				   4/25
				   ----
config-top.h
	- DEFAULT_BASHRC: new define with the name of the default shell
	  startup file

bashline.c
	- bash_directory_completion_matches: don't dequote the directory name.
	  If rl_completion_found_quote is non-zero, readline will dequote the
	  filename itself.  Fixes bug reported by Clark Wang
	  <dearvoid@gmail.com>

				   4/27
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand_rhs: if parameter_brace_find_indir returns
	  NULL or "", or if it returns something that is not a valid identifier,
	  report an error and return &expand_wdesc_error so the error can
	  propagate up.  Fixes bug reported by Andre Holzhey
	  <andre.holzhey@gmx.de>

				   4/29
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_substring: don't short-circuit right away if the
	  value is NULL but we are looking at the positional parameters.  Part
	  of fix for bug reported by Pierre Gaston <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>
	- pos_params: if there are no positional parameters, only short-circuit
	  if we are looking for $1 and above.  Rest of fix for bug reported
	  by Pierre Gaston <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

subst.h
	- SD_NOPROCSUB: new flag for skip_to_delim, means to not allow any
	  process subsitutions (should not have overloaded SD_NOSKIPCMD)

subst.c
	- skip_to_delim: honor SD_NOPROCSUB flag

make_cmd.c
	- make_arith_for_expr: set W_NOPROCSUB flag in the created word
	- make_arith_for_command: set SD_NOPROCSUB in the flags argument to
	  skip_to_delim so we don't treat <( or >( as a process substitution
	  (we won't evaluate them in eval_arith_for_expr anyway).  Fixes
	  bug reported by Pierre Gaston <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

				    5/1
				    ---
lib/glob/gmisc.c
	- glob_dirscan: new function, takes a pattern and a directory separator
	  argument and advances the pattern to the last occurrence of the
	  separator. Like strrchr, but understands extended glob patterns and
	  uses glob_patscan to skip over them

lib/glob/glob.c
	- extglob_skipname: if the extended globbing pattern is invalid, don't
	  skip the name
	- glob_filename: if there is a slash in the pattern to be matched, and
	  extglob is enabled, use glob_dirscan to find the real last occurrence
	  of `/' to avoid being confused by slashes in extglob patterns.  Fix
	  for bug reported by Pierre Gaston <pierre.gaston@gmail.com>

				    5/6
				    ---
variables.c
	- make_local_variable: only set the att_invisible attribute if
	  no_invisible_vars isn't set
	- find_variable_for_assignment: new function, intended to be called by
	  code that eventually wants to assign a value to the variable; will not
	  skip invisible variables; currently identical to find_variable
	- find_variable_no_invisible: new function, finds the first visible
	  instance of variable with a given name in the variable context chain;
	  eventually will be used to replace find_variable; separate right now
	  for testing

variables.h
	- find_variable_for_assignment: extern declaration
	- find_variable_no_invisible: extern declaration

				    5/7
				    ---
variables.c
	- make_local_variable: don't clear `invisible' attribute if we are
	  returning an existing local variable at the right context.  Let the
	  upper layers do that. Fixes bug reported by Dan Douglas
	  <ormaaj@gmail.com>

				    5/8
				    ---
lib/readline/input.c
	- rl_getc: call RL_CHECK_SIGNALS if a read(2) is interrupted (-1/EINTR)
	  by SIGALRM or SIGVTALRM (placeholder for non-keyboard-generated
	  signals of interest)

builtins/read.def
	- edit_line: call bashline_set_event_hook and
	  bashline_reset_event_hook around call to readline(), so the right
	  signal handling happens
	- read_builtin: make sure we add an unwind_protect call to
	  bashline_reset_event_hook.  These changes fix bug reported in
	  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bash/+bug/1317476

bashline.c
	- bash_event_hook: make sure we clean up the readline state by calling
	  rl_cleanup_after_signal if sigalrm_seen is non-zero.  The read builtin
	  sets this when it times out

				   5/12
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- clarify language to make it clear that changing attributes of a
	  nameref variable (e.g., export), actually changes the attributes of
	  the referenced variable.  Fixes omission noted by Jeff Haemer
	  <jeffrey.haemer@gmail.com>

arrayfunc.c
	- bind_array_var_internal: make sure ENTRY no longer has invisible
	  attribute before returning.  Fixes bug reported by Geir Hauge
	  <geir.hauge@gmail.com>

				   5/22
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- shell_execve: if execve fails and we return 127 or 126, make sure to
	  set last_command_exit_value if a call to file_error or report_error
	  causes the shell to exit.  This ensures that the shell exits with
	  the right value.

				    6/6
				    ---
shell.c
	- drop_priv_mode: print an error message on setuid() failure, optionally
	  exit if errno == EAGAIN, as it can be on Linux when RLIMIT_NPROC for
	  the target user is exceeded.

config-top.h
	- EXIT_ON_SETUID_FAILURE: new settable define, will cause the shell to
	  exit if setuid fails with errno == EAGAIN

				   6/10
				   ----
parse.y
	- time_command_acceptable: fix so time is accepted everywhere the
	  grammar is looking for a `compound_list'.  Fixes bug reported by
	  Dale Worley <worley@alum.mit.edu>

				   6/12
				   ----
subst.c
	- clear_fifo_list: new function, clears FDs associated with open pipes
	  in current FIFO list without closing the file descriptors.  Can
	  possibly be used when shell_execve fails and the shell jumps back
	  to top_level and we don't want the shell to close the open FIFOs
	  each time through the read-execute loop.  Bug reported by Harald
	  Koenig <koenig@tat.physik.uni-tuebingen.de>


				   6/16
				   ----
builtins/shopt.def
	- compat42: make sure the `compat42' option sets the correct variable
	  for compatibility level.  Fixes bug reported by Ondrej Oprala
	  <ooprala@redhat.com>

support/bashbug.sh
	- fix typo when echoing $USAGE.  Report from Shantanu Kulkarni
	  <djbware@shantanukulkarni.org>

execute_cmd.c
	- shell_execve: before longjmp back to subshell_top_level, clear out the
	  FIFO fd list by calling clear_fifo_list so the FDs (which we inherited
	  from our parent) aren't closed every time through the read-eval loop.
	  Fix for bug reported by Harald Koenig <koenig@tat.physik.uni-tuebingen.de>

				   6/18
				   ----
subst.c
	- extract_process_subst: add additional argument: xflags, allow callers to
	  pass flags like extract_command_subst
	- extract_process_subst: call xparse_dolparen like command substitution
	  to avoid problems when parsing commands constructs with embedded open
	  parens.  Fixes bug reported by Tim Friske <me@timfriske.com>

subst.h
	- extract_process_subst: modified prototype for extern declaration

				   6/19
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: if running with lastpipe enabled, make sure that we
	  check whether or not the job id is valid using INVALID_JOB before
	  calling job_exit_status. the jobs list can get frozen and unfrozen in
	  the presence of nested pipelines and loops and wait_for can clear a
	  job table entry.  Fixes bug reported by <scorp.dev.null@gmail.com>

jobs.c
	- freeze_jobs_list: now returns old value of jobs_list_frozen; unused at
	  current time

jobs.h
	- freeze_jobs_list: change return value

				   6/20
				   ----
lib/glob/smatch.c
	- MEMCHR: single-byte and wide character defines (memchr/wmemchr)

lib/glob/sm_loop.c
	- GMATCH: when the wildcards are the last element of the pattern, make
	  sure they do not match a string containing a `/' if FNM_PATHNAME is
	  set in FLAGS
	- GMATCH: when recursively calling GMATCH after we see a `*', don't
	  try to consume the rest of the pattern with `*' if FNM_PATHNAME is
	  set in FLAGS, just consume up to the next slash and then see whether
	  or not the rest of the pattern matches.  Fixes bug reported by Ian
	  Kelling <ian@iankelling.org>
	- GMATCH: when processing `*' in the pattern, after skipping consecutive
	  wildcards, if we hit a literal `/' in the pattern and we're looking
	  for a pathname, skip characters in the string until we find a `/'
	  (no slash means the match fails), and try to match the rest of the
	  pattern against the portion of the string after the next `/'.  Picked
	  up from gnulib/glibc

pathexp.c
	- split_ignorespec: since split_ignorespec gets globbing patterns,
	  make sure we call skip_to_delim with the SD_GLOB flag so delimiters
	  that occur within bracket expressions don't delimit the pattern.
	  Fixes problem with [[:digit:]] in GLOBIGNORE reported by Ian Kelling
	  <ian@iankelling.org>

unwind_prot.c
	- unwind_protect_tag_on_stack: new function, returns 1 if unwind-protect
	  frame corresponding to `tag' argument is on unwind-protect stack

unwind_prot.h
	- unwind_protect_tag_on_stack: extern declaration

				   6/30
				   ----
lib/readline/misc.c
	- _rl_revert_all_lines: set entry->data to 0 after assigning it to
	  rl_undo_list to avoid pointer aliasing problems that would result
	  in entry->line being freed by an undo.  The subsequent free would
	  be a double free.  Report and fix from Jared Yanovich
	  <slovichon@gmail.com>

subst.c
	- command_substitute: other shells do not appear to inherit the -v
	  option when reading and executing command substitutions.  Reported
	  by Ondrej Oprala <ooprala@redhat.com>

				    7/1
				    ---
config-top.h
	- CHECKHASH_DEFAULT: new define that supplies the default value for
	  check_hashed_filenames (`checkhash' shopt option); still 0 by default

findcmd.c
	- check_hashed_filenames: initialize using CHECKHASH_DEFAULT

lib/readline/histexpand.c
	- history_expand: double quotes can inhibit recognition of the history
	  comment character if history_quotes_inhibit_expansion is non-zero

lib/readline/doc/{history.3,hstech.texi}
	- history_quotes_inhibit_expansion: expand definition to note that it
	  inhibits scanning for the history comment character as well; correct
	  typo to make it clear that it only works on double-quoted strings

lib/sh/zgetline.c
	- add new fourth argument: DELIM, allows delimiter to be something
	  other than newline (if DELIM != '\n', UNBUFFERED_READ should be
	  non-zero)
	- UNBUFFERED_READ is now fifth argument
	- check character against DELIM rather than strictly newline

externs.h
	- zgetline: change function prototype for extern declaration

builtins/mapfile.def
	- mapfile: change calling sequence for zgetline calls
	- mapfile_builtin: new -d option: DELIM, like in read builtin
	- mapfile_builtin: pass `delim' to mapfile() as new argument; default
	  to '\n' unless -d option supplied
	- mapfile: take new DELIM argument, pass to zgetline
	- mapfile: if DELIM != '\n', set unbuffered_read to 1

doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- mapfile: document new `-d DELIM' option

				    7/5
				    ---
lib/readline/histfile.c
	- history_truncate_file: if there is an error writing the truncated
	  history list back to the history file, use the same strategy as
	  history_do_write: create a backup file, rename the history file to
	  the backup file, and restore the original history file from the
	  backup file name if the write or the close fails.  Suggestion from
	  Chen Gang <gang.chen.5i5j@gmail.com> to bug-readline

execute_cmd.c
	- evalnest, evalnest_max: new variables establishing maximum number of
	  recursive `eval' calls; current max is 4096
	- execute_builtin: unwind-protect value of evalnest around calls to
	  eval builtin. Suggested by Oliver Morais <oliver.morais@gmail.com>
	- {initialize_subshell,execute_subshell_builtin_or_function}: reset
	  evalnest to 0 in a subshell

builtins/setattr.def
	- show_name_attributes: show a variable's attributes even if it's
	  invisible (don't show any value since it has none). This means that
	  declare -p var will display VAR's attributes even when var marked
	  as invisible.  Feature request from Peggy Russell
	  <prusselltechgroup@gmail.com>
	- show_var_attributes: don't print assignment if array or assoc
	  attribute is set but variable marked as invisible

tests/array.right
	- special note: changed all declare -a output tests because the shell
	  will no longer print out values for invisible array variables. This
	  is a change, but one for correctness:

		declare -a foo='()'
	  and
		declare -a foo
	  are not equivalent

				   7/22
				   ----
subst.c
	- parameter_brace_expand: after calling parameter_brace_expand_indir,
	  turn off the W_ARRAYIND flag in the word it returns, because there
	  is no way for it to return the index that should be used, and the
	  rest of the function assumes that IND is valid if W_ARRAYIND is set.
	  Fixes bug reported by Corentin Peuvrel <cpeuvrel@pom-monitoring.com>

				    8/2
				    ---
parse.y
	- read_token_word: if we read a character that will end a command
	  substitution, don't skip over quoted newlines when we read an
	  additional character to figure out whether it's a two-character
	  token. This lets the higher layers deal with quoted newlines after
	  the command substitution. Fixes bug reported by EmanueL Czirai
	  <amanual@riseup.net>

				   8/11
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: check whether lastpipe_jid corresponds to a valid
	  job before calling append_process, for the same reason as fix from
	  6/19.  Fixes bug reported by <lolilolicon@gmail.com>

				   8/12
				   ----
lib/sh/unicode.c
	- stub_charset: use strncpy instead of strcpy because we are copying
	  into a local fixed-length buffer.  Fixes vulnerability reported by
	  <romerox.adrian@gmail.com>

execute_cmd.c
	- execute_pipeline: if we don't call append_process, call
	  wait_for_single_pid to get the status of `lastpid', since that will
	  check the status of already-reaped processes.  Fixes spurious error
	  message about non-existent process from fix of 8/11

				   8/15
				   ----
jobs.c
	- running_in_background: new variable, keeps track of whether or not we
	  are running in the background (not perfect yet)
	- initialize_job_control: even if we are not turning on job control,
	  get the terminal pgrp so we can use it later
	- {set_job_control,initialize_job_control}: set running_in_background
	  to 1 if terminal pgrp != shell pgrp
	- {stop_pipeline,make_child,wait_for}: if we are running in the
	  background, don't mess with the terminal's process group; assume that
	  the parent shell will do that.  Fixes bug reported by Greg Wooledge
	  <wooledg@eeg.ccf.org>

shell.c
	- shell_reinitialize: reset running_in_background back to 0

				   8/24
				   ----
execute_cmd.c
	- {execute_connection,execute_command_internal}: make sure that
	  asynchronous commands always set $? to 0 and are not affected by the
	  command's exit status being inverted using `!'.  Fixes bug reported
	  by Vincent Lefevre <vincent@vinc17.net>

lib/readline/display.c
	- rl_message: call vsnprintf with full msg_bufsiz, since it counts 
	  one fewer than the buffer length passed as an argument.  Bug report
	  and fix from Dylan Cali <calid1984@gmail.com>

				   8/26
				   ----
builtins/evalstring.c
	- evalstring: if CURRENT_TOKEN == yacc_EOF, reset it to newline.  This
	  is instead of calling reset_parser(); that might still be needed.
	  Fixes bug with eval and a subsequent statement ending with EOF
	  reported by <jim.avera@gmail.org>

pcomplete.c
	- filter_stringlist: when extglob is on, a leading ! in the filter
	  pattern should be left alone when it introduces a !(pat) pattern;
	  otherwise it messes up the pattern.  Fixes bug reported by David
	  Korn <dgkorn@gmail.com>

				   8/27
				   ----
doc/{bash.1,bashref.texi}
	- clarify the behavior of bash when given the -c option, since $0 is
	  technically not a positional parameter.  Bug reported by Stephane
	  Chazelas <stephane.chazelas@gmail.com>

				   8/28
				   ----
lib/readline/history.c
	- add_history: use history_max_entries (if history is stifled) or
	  DEFAULT_HISTORY_INITIAL_SIZE if not (new define, defaults to 502)
	  to size the initial allocation of the history array.  Assumption
	  is that this will reduce the number of allocations

				   8/29
				   ----
execute_command.c:
	- sourcenest, sourcenest_max: new variables used to track level of
	  sourced files and (maybe) one day catch infinite source recursion
	- execute_builtin: if current source level exceeds sourcenest_max,
	  trigger an error and jump back to the top level
	- {initialize_subshell,execute_subshell_builtin_or_function}: reset
	  sourcenest to 0 in a subshell

				    9/2
				    ---
variables.c
	- bind_variable: if a nameref expands to an array reference, make
	  sure that assign_array_element gets called (maybe even
	  recursively) instead of bind_variable_internal, so invalid variable
	  names (like arr[0]) don't get created.  Fixes bug reported by
	  <lolilolicon@gmail.com>

				    9/3
				    ---
execute_cmd.c
	- evalnest_max,sourcenest_max: initialize from EVALNEST_MAX and
	  SOURCENEST_MAX, respectively.  Feature suggested by
	  <bogun.dmitriy@gmail.com>

config-top.h
	- define EVALNEST_MAX and SOURCENEST_MAX to 0

				    9/6
				    ---
bashline.c
	- find_cmd_start: fix to (crudely) deal with >| token; even though
	  skip_to_delim finds `|' as a delimiter, we call it again and use
	  what the second call finds.  Fixes bug reported by Dan Jacobson
	  <jidanni@jidanni.org>

findcmd.c
	- find_in_path_element: if in posix mode, do not expand a literal
	  tilde in a $PATH element

doc/bashref.texi
	- add change to tilde expansion in $PATH elements to posix mode
	  description

builtins/common.h
	- ISHELP: new define for builtins that do their own option parsing
	  and don't use internal_getopt(); checks whether argument is --help
	- CHECK_HELPOPT: convenience define to help builtins that do their
	  own option parsing to check for --help with one line of code
	- CASE_HELPOPT: convenience define to help builtins that use
	  internal_getopt() check for --help with one line of code

builtins/help.def
	- builtin_help: new function, prints out --help output for current
	  builtin

builtins/{kill,let,pushd}.def
	- add CHECK_HELPOPT to builtins that use ISOPTION