if true echo "foo" elif true echo "bar" fi
if true then echo "foo" elif true then echo "bar" fi
ShellCheck found a parsing error in the script, and determined that it's most likely due to a missing
then keyword for the
Make sure the
then is there.
Note that the
then needs a
; or linefeed before it.
if true then is invalid, while
if true; then is correct.
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