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Re: cygwin1.dll, nontsec, and NTFS disk issue

On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 04:13:00AM +0100, Thorsten Kampe wrote:
>* Wu Yongwei (03-02-27 03:10 +0100)
>>With newer versions of cygwin1.dll (maybe 1.3.15 and later), the
>>ntsec/nontsec behaviour has changed.  Now ntsec is the default, and
>>even when nontsec is specified, the command-line autocomplete still
>>behaves like ntsec when operating on a NTFS disk, i.e., when I have a
>>test.c and a test.exe, ".  / t e s t TAB" will bring only "./test."
>>instead of the expected "./test.exe".
>Actually, I cannot see any relationship between completion and ntsec.
>The first is a shell thing, the second is a Cygwin thing.
>man $(basename $0)
>-> setopt menucomplete
>-> "\t": menu-complete

I think that the point is supposed to be that test.c must have
executable permissions even with CYGWIN=nontsec.  So hitting tab to get
what should just be a command brings in test.c, too.

I can't duplicate this behavior, of course.


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