cygpath -m behaviour change
Fri Sep 13 18:14:00 GMT 2013
On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 11:55 AM, David Griffiths <> wrote:
> I reinstalled cygwin after a disk failure recently and one of my
> scripts stopped working. The problem can be easily reproduced by
> $ cygpath -m boo/..
> cygpath: error converting "boo/.." - No such file or directory
> this is with version 1.7.24(0.269/5/3). On another machine with 1.7.17
> installed, the same command results in "./".
> I can workaround by using backslashes instead of forward slashes but
> other people might find their scripts broken as well.
I believe this behavior was changed in 1.7.22
See this thread for more information but basically it was changed to
conform /.. path checking to posix standards.
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