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Re: Zsh filename completion sluggishness?
On Fri, Feb 14, 2003 at 10:12:54AM -0700, Matt Armstrong wrote:
>In the Win32 world, quotes around path elements are valid. If I have:
> PATH="c:\foo bar"
>cmd.exe will find executables in that dir.
>When I run bash or zsh, things in "c:\foo bar" aren't found.
This is a UNIX emulation environment. "c:\foo bar" doesn't mean the c drive
in a PATH variable. It means the 'c' directory followed by the '\foo bar'
directory. Colon is the separator for PATH.
The correct syntax for the above is PATH="/cygdrive/c/foo bar" .
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