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[Mingw-msys] Bison-2.0-MSYS.tar.gz

If you have a directory foo in the same directory as foo.exe, then you must type
'foo.exe' to run foo. If you type 'foo', it returns:

$ foo
sh: foo: command not found

foo.exe is definitely in the $PATH. Not that it matters, because
I get the same result when I am in the directory that contains
foo/ and foo.exe.

I am running bash 3.1.0(3)-release (i686-pc-msys) on Windows XP,
but I am fairly sure that it has always been that way.

Is this by design?

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