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Re: Where is diff getting its path?

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Where is diff getting its path?
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 10:46:26 -0500 (EST)

Mark Scoville writes:
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Please do not send MIME and/or HTML encrypted messsages to the list.
Plain text only, PLEASE!

> Specifically the path e:/src/... I do not know where the e: is coming
> from. I have search through the non-binary files in the WinCvs tree, and
> search through the registry (even uninstalled, then cleaned our WinCvs
> entries in the registry and reinstalled). I cannot find a reference to
> "e:" anywhere. Even all the environment variables in my bash shell are
> "e:" free. Where is e: coming from? It seems to be replacing
> "/cygdrive/c/cygwin/home/Mark".

What's in C:\ensignWork\ESPL\CVS\Root?

-Larry Jones

I don't NEED to compromise my principles, because they don't have
the slightest bearing on what happens to me anyway. -- Calvin

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