Updated: which-2.18-1

David Rothenberger daveroth@acm.org
Fri Dec 28 18:31:00 GMT 2007

Subject: Updated: which-2.18-1

This release replaces the custom Cygwin "which" command with the GNU
Which. The package includes documentation and a few additional
features such as understanding bash functions and aliases. See the
included documentation or http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/which/ for
more details.

Which is a utility that prints out the full path of the executables
that bash(1) would execute when the passed program names would have
been entered on the shell prompt. It does this by using the exact
same algorithm as bash.

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