Re: cd into // works?
From: YONETANI Tomokazu (qhwt+fbsd_at_les.ath.cx)
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 12:36:30 +0900 To: Andreas Kohn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 09:19:52PM +0100, Andreas Kohn wrote:
> due to a typo, I typed
> [klamath] ~>cd //
> today. Okay, I'm used to the shell changing any // into /, so I
> expected to get to /. Now, I got there, but pwd/$PWD still have "//" in
> [klamath] //>pwd
> [klamath] //>echo $PWD
> [klamath] //>cd //home//
> [klamath] //home>pwd
Hi, I may be missing your point, but it's in the bash FAQ:
$ less "+/^POSIX.2," /usr/local/share/doc/bash/FAQ
> I checked with Linux, and there everything works as expected:
> [catalina] ~>cd //
> [catalina] />pwd
> Is this expected behavior?
This one isn't expected, or maybe the bash version is old
(according to CHANGES file, bash-2.0.1-release is the first release
with this change in path canonicalization).
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