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Re: cygpath returns garbage if DOS/win2k input environment variable is too long?

On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 05:49:16PM +0200, Ralf Hauser wrote:
>The following problem occurred to me:
>1) In my win2k, I set (a long) Java CLASSPATH
>2) under cygwin I want to convert it (in my .tcshrc) an it fails. If I do it
>on the command line, it looks like the following:
>rhauser@PCGF590K:~> cygpath --unix "$CLASSPATH"
>Admitted, the path is long:
>My questions:
>1) is there a way to see an error-message from cygpath (a log file or some
>way to see stderr if there is any of that)?
>2) I did a work-around with assembling the path again in my .tcshrc. This is
>not convenient. Any better ideas...?

Fix cygpath?


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