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RE: Symlink to drive and space in directory name leads to DOS warning

Eric Blake wrote on 2011-05-02: 
> On 05/02/2011 10:04 AM, Thrall, Bryan wrote:
>> AFAIK, I am not using bash-completion; the package is installed, but
> I don't source /etc/bash_completion in my ~/.bashrc.
> You don't have to manually source it in ~/.bashrc - these days, merely
> installing bash-completion adds /etc/profile.d/bash_completion, which is
> automatically sourced for all interactive bash shells.

Ah, yes, I missed that in my scan of 'cygcheck -l bash-completion' :)

>>> $ set -vx
>>> $ pushd ~/myuserdrv/My\ Down[TAB]
>>> might give me some insight where to look at plugging the leak?
>> I don't think there's much help there, unfortunately:
>> thrall@pc1163-8413-xp ~
>> $ set -vx
>> settitle
>> ++ settitle
>> ++ echo -ne '\033]0;bash\007'
>> thrall@pc1163-8413-xp ~
>> $ pushd ~/myuserdrv/My\ Downcygwin warning:
> Well, it _does_ help.  'complete -p pushd' shows 'complete -d pushd',
> which is the setting installed by bash-completion.  But the pushd
> default completions mean that the problem is in bash itself, not in
> bash-completion.  So it gives me somewhere further to look.

Thanks for taking a look!

Bryan Thrall
FlightSafety International

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