Spark has a non portable construct: assumes that /bin/bash exists


Spark assumes that /bin/bash exists in src/resources/

If such a requirement is needed then it should be using /usr/bin/env to find bash, but a better solution is to change #



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Guus der Kinderen
May 10, 2011, 4:21 PM

The Tinder issue tracker is not meant to be used to report Spark issues. For Spark, we've opted not to open up this issue tracker, but have users report bugs through the community website at - Please report your bug there instead.

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