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jobs: suppress "No suitable job" if -q is given #6812
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This allows code of the form
if jobs -q $some_pidin scripts to check whether a previously started job is still running. Previously this would return the correct value, but also print an error message.
The invalid argument errors will still be printed.
Added test cases for both.
Fixes issue #6809
Sort of. The documentation already describes the expected behaviour: