./shells/shellcheck, Shell script analysis tool

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.9.0nb3, Package name: shellcheck-0.9.0nb3, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

ShellCheck - A shell script static analysis tool

ShellCheck is a GPLv3 tool that gives warnings and suggestions for
bash/sh shell scripts.

The goals of ShellCheck are:

* To point out and clarify typical beginner's syntax issues that cause
a shell to give cryptic error messages.

* To point out and clarify typical intermediate level semantic problems
that cause a shell to behave strangely and counter-intuitively.

* To point out subtle caveats, corner cases and pitfalls that may cause
an advanced user's otherwise working script to fail under future

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   2023-11-02 07:37:49 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (1141)
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Revbump all Haskell after updating lang/ghc96
   2023-10-30 10:39:07 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (2)
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shells/shellcheck: Fix build with GHC 9.6
   2023-10-09 06:55:01 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (988)
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Bump Haskell packages after updating lang/ghc94
   2023-01-16 17:43:24 by Nikita | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
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shellcheck: update to version 0.9.0


v0.9.0 - 2022-12-12
    SC2316: Warn about 'local readonly foo' and similar (thanks, patrickxia!)
    SC2317: Warn about unreachable commands
    SC2318: Warn about backreferences in 'declare x=1 y=$x'
    SC2319/SC2320: Warn when $? refers to echo/printf/[ ]/[[ ]]/test
    SC2321: Suggest removing ((..))inarray[((idx))]=val
    SC2322: Suggest collapsing double parentheses in arithmetic contexts
    SC2323: Suggest removing wrapping parentheses in a[(x+1)]=val

    SC2086: Now uses DFA to make more accurate predictions about values
    SC2086: No longer warns about values declared as integer with declare -i

    ShellCheck now has a Data Flow Analysis engine to make smarter decisions
    based on control flow rather than just syntax. Existing checks will
    gradually start using it, which may cause them to trigger differently
    (but more accurately).
    Values in directives/shellcheckrc can now be quoted with '' or ""
   2022-08-20 10:08:24 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (211)
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hs*: recursive bump for new dependencies needed

for hs-aeson, hs-vector
   2022-02-26 04:58:36 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (872)
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Bump all Haskell packages after enabling "split sections" in mk/haskell.mk
   2022-02-12 09:51:00 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (575)
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revbump after changing the default Haskell compiler
   2022-02-12 06:34:25 by Masatake Daimon | Files touched by this commit (3)
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Update to shellcheck-0.8.0

v0.8.0 - 2021-11-06
* disable=all now conveniently disables all warnings
* external-sources=true directive can be added to .shellcheckrc to make
  shellcheck behave as if -x was specified.
* Optional check-extra-masked-returns for pointing out commands with
  suppressed exit codes (SC2312).
* Optional require-double-brackets for recommending [[ ]] (SC2292).
* SC2286-SC2288: Warn when command name ends in a symbol like /.)'"
* SC2289: Warn when command name contains tabs or linefeeds
* SC2291: Warn about repeated unquoted spaces between words in echo
* SC2292: Suggest [[ over [ in Bash/Ksh scripts (optional)
* SC2293/SC2294: Warn when calling eval with arrays
* SC2295: Warn about "\({x#\)y}" treating $y as a pattern when not quoted
* SC2296-SC2301: Improved warnings for bad parameter expansions
* SC2302/SC2303: Warn about loops over array values when using them as keys
* SC2304-SC2306: Warn about unquoted globs in expr arguments
* SC2307: Warn about insufficient number of arguments to expr
* SC2308: Suggest other approaches for non-standard expr extensions
* SC2313: Warn about read with unquoted, array indexed variable

* SC2102 about repetitions in ranges no longer triggers on [[ -v arr[xx] ]]
* SC2155 now recognizes typeset and local read-only declare statements
* SC2181 now tries to avoid triggering for error handling functions
* SC2290: Warn about misused = in declare & co, which were not caught by
* The flag --color=auto no longer outputs color when TERM is "dumb" or

* SC2048: Warning about $* now also applies to ${array[*]}
* SC2181 now only triggers on single condition tests like [ $? = 0 ].
* Quote warnings are now emitted for declaration utilities in sh
* Leading _ can now be used to suppress warnings about unused variables
* TTY output now includes warning level in text as well as color

* SC1004: Literal backslash+linefeed in '' was found to be usually correct