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Re: Moving to the Desktop
On Mon, 24 Jan 2005, aschwarz1309 wrote:
> 'cygpath -d' returns a Dos path. If you are executing in a Cygwin shell
> you should retrieve a Unix path. Try:
The flags recognized by cygpath are case-sensitive. Fergus was talking
about the "-D" flag, which does indeed return the location of the current
user's desktop in POSIX (Unix) form. His problem was, as many others have
noted, improper quoting of the argument that contained spaces.
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