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Re: Open bash at the current explorer directory?
- From: Frantisek Dufka <dufkaf at seznam dot cz>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 10:55:32 +0200
- Subject: Re: Open bash at the current explorer directory?
I don't know how to do it without using .bashrc, but this works for me
(current cygwin, NT 4.0)
Registry key contains:
D:\cygwin\bin\rxvt.exe -sb -sr -sl 16384 -fn fixedsys -fg gray -bg black
-e /bin/env CFH="%1" /bin/bash --login
if [ "$CFH" != "" ] ; then
No temporary files, bash.exe or .bash_profile is not executed twice.
Also looks like cygpath -u is not needed, DOS paths seem to work in cd
* John Daniel Doucette <email@example.com> [13-09-02 15:23]:
> I am using Win2000 Pro, SP3. Is there a way to invoke an
> shell at a particular directory, without using a .bashrc or similar
> I.e. on the command lie alone? The --login and -c options appear to be
> mutually exclusive. I would like to be able browse quickly to a
> with explorer, option/right click on the directory, then select a custom
> "open with cygwin" option, and have the bash shell open at that
> directory. Has anyone tried this?
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