Reply to message «Backtick cannot be escaped in double-quoted string», sent 20:40:42 11 April 2011, Monday by ZyX: I found what is the cause: it is my experiments with histchars: I tried to use histchars=$'`' because I really hate `!' expansion if it is mapped to `!'. Original message: > When I write echo "\`abc'" instead of getting «`abc'» echoed I get prompt > «dquote bquote>». Some time ago this construction worked normally. What may > be the cause of such weird behavior? Zsh version 4.3.11-r1 («-r1» means > that ebuild maintainers did huge enough changes to the ebuild to repost > it), Gentoo amd64.
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