Re: Hiding shell script source code???
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 02:04:32 GMT
Forte Agent <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Is there some way to hide shell script source code (maybe encrypting
> it), so that you can distribute it without revealing source code? I
> mostly use Korn shell and bash. Thank you in advance.
See the response you got in another newsgroup, and don't multipost. If
you want to post to more than one newsgroup, put all the newsgroups
you want to post to on the Newsgroups: line, separated by commas. That
way you don't waste other people's resources, and you can see
responses without having to search each individual newsgroup.
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