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AW: [bulk] - Directory structuring

Hi Paul,

>Von: PaulAThompson
>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 27. Juni 2012 00:09

>Betreff: [bulk] - Directory structuring
>I am very confused about the correct manner of defining directory paths under
>cygwin, perl, and bash. I cannot determine the correct manner. Using the
>cygwin window, I navigate to locations using
>cd /cygdrive/c/subdir
>Using a bash shell to run a perl process under the shell and passing in a
>directory, I must use a windows-style specification with *nix forward slashes
>I have tried a number of manner of using cd within the bash shell to change
>directories without any success

[zac]  As far as I can reproduce all windows/terminals under cygwin using the bash. So the reason for your problem might be located somewhere else.

>Is there a simple guide to the path specifications? This seems simple, but I
>cannot figure out the correct specification
>Within the bash shell, I have tried
>cd /cygdrive/c/subdir
>cd "/cygdrive/c/subdir"
>cd c:/subdir
>cd "c:/subdir"
>None of these work

[zac] All of them should work! So what exactly is the reaction you get from the bash ??

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