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Re: Git Bash Bug




On Fri, 2017-07-14 at 22:33 +0200, Johannes Schindelin wrote:
> > You absolutely have to have /bin and /usr/bin on your PATH,
> 
> As Kavita talks about Git Bash, it is probably Git for Windows, for
> which /bin should not be in the PATH but /mingw64/bin or /mingw32/bin
> (depending on the architecture).

I did check this with my Git for Windows installation before posting. 
Mine is older (2.7.0) though so maybe things have changed:

  pds@build-win MINGW64 ~
  $ type -a ls
  ls is aliased to `ls -F --color=auto --show-control-chars'
  ls is /usr/bin/ls
  ls is /bin/ls
  ls is /usr/bin/ls
  ls is /usr/bin/ls

Clearly I have a lot of duplicates on my PATH now that I notice :)

I have /mingw64/bin on my PATH as well but looking there it has git,
gettext, edit, a bunch of DLL's, etc. but it doesn't contain ls or
other coreutils programs.

Cheers!