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Re: Bug in 'find' 4.2.11-CVS when traversing NTFS mount points
On Feb 22 14:21, Tim Hubberstey wrote:
> --- Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > On Feb 18 09:58, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > > On Feb 17 01:52, Tim Hubberstey wrote:
> > > > $ find /cygdrive/c -name @@@F\*
> > > > find: Filesystem loop detected; `/cygdrive/c/aa/aa' has the same
> > device
> > > > number and inode as a directory which is 2 levels higher in the
> > > > filesystem hierarchy.
> > >
> > > But I'm sure you don't want that. [blah]
> > > Sorry, but there's currently no good solution for that.
> > In contrast to what I said, there seemed to have been a pretty simple
> > solution which doesn't slow down Cygwin at all. Please try the
> > latest
> > developer snapshot from http://cygwin.com/snapshots .
> Thanks! Snapshot 20050221 seems to have fixed the problem.
> Is snapshot 20050221 "safe" for regular use or should I back out of it?
Idealy there are not more bugs in the current snapshot than in the
current release. But you won't get a guarantee.
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