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Re: [1.7] recursive /cygdrive problem
Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
No, a feature. Having the existing drives show up under '/cygdrive'
is a convenience
for things like bash and other shells so that they can do completion
on the paths to
these drives. If you don't want what's under the '/cygdrive'
directory, you can omit
it from your invocation of 'find'.
Respectfully, I think you've misunderstood my problem. I've just
posted a followup which will show an out and out inconsistency (well,
at least in my opinion):
$ ls /cygdrive/c/software/cygwin/cygdrive
$ cd /cygdrive/c/software/cygwin/
$ ls ./cygdrive
c d e
IMO, the result of the first ls is the more logical. It at least is
consistent with 1.5 if anything else (not that this is a strong
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