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Re: does not work : change /cygdrive to /

On Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 03:39:40PM -0400, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>On Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 03:01:44PM -0400, Patricia J. Hawkins wrote:
>>>>>>> "BD" == Brian Dessent <> writes:
>>BD> My guess would be that you're doing the same thing as the poster in this
>>BD> thread: <>.
>>OK, here's what I find in that message:
>>| On Fri, 8 Apr 2005, Brian Dessent wrote:
>>| ....
>>| > So, you're changing the system-wide cygdrive prefix but since you have a
>>| > user-defined cygdrive prefix it is taking precedent.  I believe this was
>>| > a recent change which is why you are seeing it now.
>>| and Pavel Toskov said:
>>| PT> Yes! There was a change in October 2004 which allowed the system prefix to
>>| PT> be used no matter that a user prefix was specified. This is not the
>>| PT> expected behaviour and it was changed in Cygwin 1.5.14 to work as it used
>>| PT> to be in the past.
>There is nothing like that in that message.  You apparently ignored the
>part that would actually have helped you, went on to read the rest of
>the thread when reinforced Brian's advice and then ignored the advice.

Just to make an actual English sentence out of the above:

"You apparently ignored the part that would actually have helped you,
went on to read the rest of the thread which reinforced Brian's advice,
and then ignored the advice."

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