xterm -x 'foo; bar; baz' problem

Sam Steingold sds@gnu.org
Fri Jan 6 19:40:00 GMT 2006

On linux,
$ xterm -e 'foo; bar; baz'
starts xterm, then runs shell, executing foo, then bar, then baz.
on cygwin, I get an error in the xterm
"No absolute path for shell: foo; bar; baz"


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