pipe w/o -e

Amir Yalon quoiceehoh-20180826 at yxejamir.net
Wed Feb 5 10:07:59 CET 2020

Minor correction: either one of -e and -m would work, but in most non-interactive cases, -m is what you want.

I agree that it makes sense to prompt the user for a repeat only if [[ -t 0 ]], but then it raises the question of bug-for-bug backwards compatibility (i.e. if existing scripts in the wild have come to expect the second prompt). So, in the patch, maybe just issue a warning when [[ ! -t 0 ]] but proceed as usual.
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