I am using Bash shell. I want to call function in one shell script into the other.
I know I can reference one shell script into the other using '.' operator or using 'source'
My shell script applib.sh(containing function) is using "getopts" and throws usage followed by exit 1 when called without arguments.
So when I include this script(applib.sh) within another script say, "uselib.sh", using '.' or 'source' and try to run "uselib.sh"
it executes "applib.sh", and exits.
So I wanted to know is there any other way where in I can call function from "applib.sh".
OR let me know if I need to follow some standard
like I need to keep all functions in separate file and make use of them including this file in my scripts ?
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If you're running one of the Red Hat flavors such as Fedora, just look in the /etc/init.d directory. A lot of their scripts do what you want. It allows them to have common code for displaying start/stop messages, daemonizing, and various networking functions.
You may find similar functionality in the non-RedHat distros such as Debian and Ubuntu, but I haven't spent that much time in their initscripts to be able to say for sure.
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