I'm writing a script that needs to be executed using
source, because its task is to modify the environment. During the script, I want to use
set -e so that any error stops the script. The script looks like this:
#!/bin/bash set -e # do something cd somewhere source anotherScript
The problem is that
set -e naturally remains in effect after the script finishes. How can I ensure that the altered
set option is properly restored to its prevous value when the script stops (in any way - either by completing successfully or on an error)?