How to get cygwin path

Daniel Barclay
Mon Oct 4 14:52:00 GMT 2010

Afflictedd2 wrote:
> Ok. nm...
> it has to be this way:
> cygpath -u "C:\Users\Viper\Tmp"

Using single quotes would be more general.  Consider the difference if
the pathname includes a substring like "\r".  (Backslash is inert in
(bash/sh/etc.) single-quoted strings, but sometimes escapes the following
character in double-quoted strings.


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