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Re: PATCH: case-insensitive globbing

James Devenish wrote:
> Also, what about the following phenomenon (which is not usual amongst
> shells) -- is it the same under Cygwin?
> % mkdir blah
> % cp -p =date blah/DATE
> % export PATH=$PWD/blah:$PATH
> % ls /tmp/blah
> % rehash
> % where date
> /tmp/blah/date
> /bin/date
> (not /tmp/blah/DATE) In this case, /tmp is on an HFS volume. Of course,
> it might be different if /tmp/blah were on a UFS volume. Might be
> awkward to calculate all this.

I don't quite understand what you think is wrong.  If /tmp/blah is on an
FS with case-insensitive file handling, as you seem to be implying (I
know nothing about HFS), isn't this the correct behaviour?

Peter Stephenson <pws@xxxxxxx>                  Software Engineer
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