Joshua Daniel Franklin
Thu Jun 20 17:57:00 GMT 2002
So is the UNC type coming back at some point?
It would be fine with me to leave the '--type TYPE' syntax as an
alternative to --unix, --windows, --mixed, but having the --type mixed
as the only way to get a forward-slash Windows path seemed counter-
intuitive to me. Also --type dos to me should mean short-name as well.
So should I put together another patch to do this as well?
And BTW, is the UNIXy default OK?
--- Christopher Faylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 06:17:21PM -0500, Joshua Daniel Franklin wrote:
> >YACP (Yet Another Cygpath Patch)
> >The major change that this make is setting the UNIXy output to be the
> >default. This was already true for the -ADHPSW options. If this is a
> >bad idea for some reason unknown to me, there were only 3 lines changed
> >to do it. (Everything still works with --unix, of course.)
> >Also, thinking about this new --type TYPE option, I was wondering what
> >exactly the 'dos' type did. So I look at the code:
> >- if (strcasecmp (windows_format_arg, "mixed") == 0)
> >- mixed_flag = 1;
> >- else if (strcasecmp (windows_format_arg, "dos") == 0)
> >- /* nothing */;
> >- else
> >- usage (stderr, 1);
> >- break;
> >Ah! It does /* nothing */, I see. So also this patch REMOVES the
> >-t, --type option and changes it to -m, --mixed instead. This is hopefully
> >easier to understand.
> Actually, there was another option but it was obsolete so I removed it.
> I figured that the --type option would provide the capability for other
> formats for filenames in the future, like //?/ or whatever.
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