On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, Peter A. Castro wrote:
On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, reckoner wrote:
It turns out that commenting out CHERE_INVOKING fixed problem.
(To give credit where it's due: Peter originally pointed out CHERE_INVOKING.)
Evidently, there was no CHERE_INVOKING environment variable.
This implies a change to chere, rather than zsh, but I don't think
that's the case, since you mentioned it worked previously with zsh
4.3.9. The code in /etc/zprofile concerning CHERE_INVOKING has not
changed between versions. And yet, Ben mentioned 4.3.10 working with
chere for him as is. This will require some debugging, I suppose.
As another data point, I added:
to my /etc/zprofile, and it echoes:
So the versions I'm using seem to pass it properly.
Is there anything special about your cygwin installation? Are using a
mix of older Cygwin packages with newer Cygwin packages? Like, maybe
chere is 1.5 based? Zsh 4.3.9 that's in the repository was built
under Cygwin 1.5, so there might be some relationship if chere is also
Beyond that, the next thing I'd suspect is something in your own startup
files. (Don't recall whether you mentioned them.) Before this thread,
I didn't know 'chere' existed, and had my own function to drop me into
my home directory on my old Win XP Cygwin installation (It used to start
me in /usr/bin, presumably the working directory for whatever Zsh
shortcut I had setup. Worked out-of-the-box on Win7, so I never
installed my hack.) What Windows version are you running? Maybe it's a
A stretch, and mostly out of curiosity, do you have anything in