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Re: Cygwin64, 'unzip -d' misbehaviour vs. Cygwin32

On 30/09/2014 10:36, Wladimir Mutel wrote:
     Dear Marco,

Bottom post only and stay on the mailing list, please.

1. please try to unpack .zip archive with full absolute path specified
(i.e. starting from /cygdrive/N)

as mentioned, it makes no differences

$ unzip /cygdrive/e/downloads/software/windows_utilities/usb/ -d /cygdrive/c/temp/pippo Archive: /cygdrive/e/downloads/software/windows_utilities/usb/
  inflating: /cygdrive/c/temp/pippo/USBDeview.exe
  inflating: /cygdrive/c/temp/pippo/USBDeview.chm
  inflating: /cygdrive/c/temp/pippo/readme.txt

2. please try to unpack it into temporary directory generated by 'mktemp
their path start from /tmp and so require resolution through mount table.

$ mktemp -d

$ unzip /cygdrive/e/downloads/software/windows_utilities/usb/ -d /tmp/tmp.vtQwN9a232 Archive: /cygdrive/e/downloads/software/windows_utilities/usb/
  inflating: /tmp/tmp.vtQwN9a232/USBDeview.exe
  inflating: /tmp/tmp.vtQwN9a232/USBDeview.chm
  inflating: /tmp/tmp.vtQwN9a232/readme.txt

3. it is not very clear from your example that your archive is stored outside of /cygdrive/c/

both origin and destination are outside on cygwin tree.

works fine for me on any relative or absolute destination


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