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Re: how to change dir
Ok, so I was totally wrong about Windows paths not working. I guess
the OP was running into quoting issues. So the answer: put single
quotes around the pathname when using it in bash.
On 5/5/08, Lee D. Rothstein <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Lee Maschmeyer wrote:
> > Or you can use the Cygwin mount command. It took me several years(!)
> > to realize the power of this utility. You need do it only once because
> > they're permanent until you change them:
> cd 'x:\any windows\path will also\work'
> I do it all the time when "switching between" a windoze app path and an
> existant cygwin window.
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