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Re: colons in Cygwin (was Re: make-3.81-3 (ITA??))
On 2008-07-18 18:08Z, Rob Walker wrote:
> Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>> You can just as well use the POSIX equivalent. If you have to
>> convert between paths, there's the cygpath tool.
> [RGW] Yes, such a beast would be possible to construct, but it would be
> horribly inefficient. I'd be wrapping every file parameter to every
> command with a call to cygpath.
If, say, all your code is in "d:\foo", then use an "identity mount":
mount d:\foo /foo
and you don't need 'cygpath' or drive letters with colons. See:
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