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Re: starnge behavior command correction in tcsh
- To: Marco Welti <marco dot welti at fantastic dot com>
- Subject: Re: starnge behavior command correction in tcsh
- From: Corinna Vinschen <corinna at vinschen dot de>
- Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 16:26:15 +0100
- CC: cygwin <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- References: <1F5F2CE7819FD3119835006008F5CDF4247D17@zugitsmxs01>
Marco Welti wrote:
> to me it looks like the if tcsh doesn't evaluate the $PATH
> (or the hash-table) before invoking the correction-processor.
> mwelti@zug0023d ~~> which cp
> mwelti@zug0023d ~~> cp foo bar
> CORRECT>cd foo bar (y|n|e|a)?
> I reduced my .tcshrc to the single line
> set correct = cmd
> but without any success. So I don't think it is a shell-setup-problem.
> Is there anything else I could try?
- In the above example:
Is cp executed if you enter 'n' on the "CORRECT" line?
- Check if your PATH is correct.
- Check the mount points.
- Try in your bin dir `mv cp.exe cp'
Last but not least:
It's only boring the user, IMHO.
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