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Re: ls / rm etc return "no such file or directory"
Files/directories in this mode only occur on the system when created from
within cygwin. In this instance, it was created by FileUtils::mkdir_p in a
cygwin ruby script. It went into this mode after attempting to remove it
Incidentally, that may be the trick -- there might be something broken in
FileUtils::rm_rf when running on cygwin. I will refrain from using it.
Warren Young wrote:
> How is this a Cygwin issue if regular Win32 commands give the same
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