About cygstart in Cygwin64

Achim Gratz Stromeko@NexGo.DE
Tue Aug 26 11:10:00 GMT 2014

Angelo Graziosi <angelo.graziosi <at> alice.it> writes:
> In this case, all temporary files created by Windows native 
> applications, started with cygstart, go in /tmp Cygwin directory.., i.e. 
> the definition "TEMP=/home/$USER/Temp" in front of cygstart command is 
> ignored..

You should check if somehow you've also set TMP or TMPDIR environment
variables in the environment.
> This is a minor issue but I wonder if there is a way to avoid it.

How about you simply create a user bind mount that points to where you want
it to be and leave TEMP alone?


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