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Re: [RFC] document cygwin native specific commands

On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 03:15:06PM +0200, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
>On Wed, 20 Feb 2002, Pierre Muller wrote:
>> But why did you kindex sysinfo and not the other ones?
>Because `sysinfo' is a term people might look up in the index.  There are 
>programs by that name on various DOS/Windows systems.  In other words, it 
>is simply a word I thought someone could look for.
>> No I was asking if this "set shell " command
>> should not be replaced by a "set w32 shell" command.
>Maybe, I don't know.  It's something Christopher should decide, I think.

Sorry.  I missed the question.

No.  It shouldn't be a "w32" command.  I approved the w32 sub-part
because I thought it had a distinct meaning.  In your use you were
providing info on data that came straight from Windows.  The "set shell"
command has nothing specifically to do with "w32".

If we were going to be really pedantic about it, we could add a "set cygwin ..."
command, I suppose.  I don't see any reason to impose that extra level
of keywords on a user.  If we did that then presumably all of cygwin gdb's
extra commands should go under "set cygwin ...".


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