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Re: Bug in arguments in console

On 25/09/2016 13:31, Bengt Larsson wrote:
David Stacey wrote:
On 25/09/16 12:00, Bengt Larsson wrote:
C:\Users\Bengt\Desktop\src\mg2a\temp>\cygwin64\bin\echo åäö

C:\Users\Bengt\Desktop\src\mg2a\temp>\cygwin64\bin\echo "åäö"

(the quote marks are left in)

C:\Users\Bengt\Desktop\src\mg2a\temp>ls -l
total 1
-rw-r--r-- 1 Bengt None  0 Sep  7 01:07 blah.txt
-rw-r--r-- 1 Bengt None 23 Sep  7 04:53 versions
-rw-r--r-- 1 Bengt None  0 Sep  7 11:05 åäö.txt

C:\Users\Bengt\Desktop\src\mg2a\temp>ls *.txt
ls: cannot access '*.txt': No such file or directory

It looks as if you're using a Windows command prompt rather than Bash.
Both 'problems' are actually a feature of the command prompt.

No they're not. It worked in 2.5.2.

Try again
from a Bash shell.

The arrogance of it.

Hi Bengt,
your answer is for me puzzling. What do you mean ?

I see no problem on bash, for both case with mintty and with
windows console; but I have not understood what are you using
for your test.

$ uname -srm
CYGWIN_NT-6.1 2.6.0(0.304/5/3) x86_64

 $ ls -l
total 0
-rw-r--r-- 1 marco Administrators 0 Sep 25 18:43 ÜÖÄöäpß.txt

$ ls *.txt

I have also no problem on echo, also for both (mintty and console)

$ echo ÖÄöäüß


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