What does this MR do?
Implements a POSIX-safe shell script builder
Why was this MR needed?
BashShell currently tries to dynamically fall back to 'sh' if 'bash' isn't present, but it uses bashisms, so the runner is broken in environments where only POSIX shells are available.
This MR allows people to continue to use bash if they want, but if bash is not available, specifying the 'sh' shell in the the command line will generate POSIX-compatible scripts for use.
Are there points in the code the reviewer needs to double check?
- We move entirely to single-quote escaping
- pipefail isn't available under POSIX shells, so is disabled
- The generated script now runs commands directly rather than going through
: | eval $'...'
- Should we just dump shells/bash.go entirely?
Does this MR meet the acceptance criteria?
CHANGELOG entry added
Added for this feature/bug
All builds are passing
Branch has no merge conflicts with
master(if you do - rebase it please)
What are the relevant issue numbers?
- Closes #1550