wildcards don't work in directory with files with odd characters

Andrey Repin anrdaemon@yandex.ru
Mon May 18 15:55:45 GMT 2020

Greetings, jeff!

> I have a directory that has some files with odd files.
> I can do a 'ls', successfully. However if I do a 'ls *'' I get:
> ls: cannot access '*': No such file or directory

> Here is ls output:
> 'Highlander-S03E21-Final'$'\303\251''_Part_I-22.mkv' 
> 'Highlander-S03E22-Final'$'\303\251''_Part_II-23.mkv'

> I am pretty sure this used to work.
> This is not specific to ls. wc has the same behavior for example.

Are you trying to run it from Cygwin shell or from some native one, like cmd?

> cygcheck.out is enclosed.

With best regards,
Andrey Repin
Monday, May 18, 2020 18:55:16

Sorry for my terrible english...

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