CygWin SVN should identify as CygWin

Larry Hall (Cygwin)
Tue Aug 7 15:25:00 GMT 2012

On 8/7/2012 10:16 AM, Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> And, besides, your proposed solution won't work: I could, of course,
> use "which", or "where" to deduce the location of "svn", but what would
> that tell me. Assuming, I get "/usr/bin/svn", then I'd know that "which"
> is a CygWin binary (because it emits a CygWin path), but what's got that
> to do with svn? The fact that it resides in the CygWin bin directory
> doesn't mean it is also a CygWin binary.

If you need something more conclusive than just where 'svn' lives, you can
use 'cygcheck' on the path that 'which' returns.  Something like
'cygcheck $(which svn) | grep cygwin1.dll' should be sufficient.



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