shell back quote expansion problem
Sun Jun 25 18:11:00 GMT 2000
--- "Tarr, Stephen F" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I first found this problem with B20, and it still exists in the latest (June
> 23) binaries
> from sourceware.cygnus.com. It affects both bash and tcsh, and probably
> shells as well. It appears when running on both 95 and NT 4.
> If I use back-quote expansion on a command from the cygwin package,
> works fine. If I use back-quote expansion on a native Win32 command-line
> (that prints CR-LF at the end of each line of stdout), the shell expansion
> Is there some simple workaround or environment setting that I'm missing, or
> is this a real bug?
Ummm... I would say it's a Win32 feature. However, have you tried `SET
CYGWIN=nobinmode notty'. This should set all non-disk operations to text mode
processing which will strip the \r for you.
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