I have one bash source
run.sh as follows,
#!/bin/bash if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then exit fi ...
when I execute it in two ways, there are different behaviors. The first way is,
It will close the terminal after execution. The second way is,
this will simply finish running the script, and stay on the terminal. I am asking if there is a command for exiting a bash scripts for both
source run.sh and
./run.sh execution. I have tried
return too, which does not work well under
More generally, I am interested in why this is happening, and what's difference between using "source" and "." for script execution?