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Re: Finding exact case of paths

On Thu, 12 Sep 2002, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:

> On Thu, 12 Sep 2002, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
> > On a separate note, I found that "cygpath -l -w <path>" does not work on
> > my Win2k SP2 system, returning the same garbage (hex 20 FB 22 0a)
> > regardless of the path.  Anyone else have that problem?
> Well, after further reading of the code and experimenting I've determined
> two things:
> 1) the '-l' option of cygpath works in the cvs HEAD, and
> 2) it does exactly what we need (thanks, Corinna).
> So we can use $(cygpath -u $(cygpath -l -w "$WINETC/$WFILE")) in the
> script.  This would require people to upgrade to the new cygpath (which
> they would have to anyway, if they were to use the option we proposed),
> which means that this script can not be released before the next cygwin,
> but that is probably fine.  New version and diff attached.
>         Igor
> P.S. I'm racking my brain trying to figure out why -l didn't work for me
> in version 1.21 of cygpath, but did in version 1.22.  As far as I could
> see, the only changes to cygpath were some added newlines...

Whoops, forgot to quote the strings.  Better correct it.  New version
As for the '-l' in 1.21 issue, there were changes to newlib which have
probably fixed some string bug that caused this.
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