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Re: 1.5.25-7: problem about bash completion
On Sun, Dec 23, 2007 at 01:02:23PM +0800, kou yu wrote:
>o, maybe you are right.
It's a good bet that she is.
>But I am a little confused. "//server/share" is the POSIX syntax for
>SMB share paths, but on windows the syntax is "\\server\share".
POSIX *allows* '//something' to have a special meaning. It doesn't
state that it is necessarily the syntax for SMB share paths.
>And why on linux I input "cd //usr/<tab>", the completion would not
>become slow, i.e. why on linux, the syntax "//xxx/xxx" would not be
>considered as remote SMB share. (except "smbclient //server/share")
Because a '//' has no special meaning on linux. Both '//server/share'
and '\\server\share' are valid syntax for Windows.
You can believe this or not but Cygwin's behavior is not going to
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