James Truher wrote:
> yep - I posted something last week: http://jtruher.spaces.live.com/
> a script for "background jobs"
It was a great post, but you wouldn't happen to know how to solve the
problem of the new jobs running in a default environment, with no
variables, functions, or aliases from the current environment, would
I have a lot of helper functions defined in my profile, and it's
somewhat of a bummer to have to expand them all inline if I want to run
a background job.
Not to mention that some commands that I want to run in the background
actually depend on the existence of certain variables...