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Re: Bug in /usr/bin/ping
- From: "Tom Van Looy" <assarix at pandora dot be>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Cc: lino dot m dot tinoco at telecom dot pt
- Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 12:52:12 +0000
- Subject: Re: Bug in /usr/bin/ping
- Reply-to: assarix at pandora dot be
- Sensitivity: Normal
I looked a little further and saw that this is a port that I probably just installed to try it out and hoped it had GNU ping arguments (so bash scripts are portable between Linux and Cygwin).
Anyway, I don't know what happend but it's a 4.3BSD utility. Even 4.3BSD derived systems do the return stuff correctly nowadays.
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Shouldn't this package just be dropped or at least be marked obsolete?
Cygwin is supposed to be a Linux-like environment. I don't think outdated 4.3BSD tools belong there. Windows ping even has more similarities with Linux ping than that ping in packages ...
Tom Van Looy
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