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    ENH: handle odd c-shell sourcing patterns · b6cb62a5
    Mark OLESEN authored
    - the result of lsof, which is used in the etc/cshrc to locate the
      installation, may contain trailing information about host and mount
      There is also a moderate concern with people sourcing the
      file indirectly with their own version in the same directory.
      For example, a 'etc/cshrc-site' that actually sources 'etc/cshrc'.
      This leads to multiple matches in the lsof output, so we only take
      the first one, stop there and hope they didn't do something even