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Re: Problem: completion changes user-relative path into absolute path br
L A Walsh
Re: Problem: completion changes user-relative path into absolute path breaking relative-path usages
Mon, 06 Mar 2017 06:51:25 -0800
Chet Ramey wrote:
I can't reproduce this with bash-4.4, even when setting `direxpand'
before performing completion on a pathname beginning with `../'.
It is possible that you or your vendor compiled bash with directory
expansion enabled by default (--enable-direxpand-default), which
turns this on.
Bingo. I checked the build script and it's set to 'on'.
Not sure how it got that way, but I'm going to have
trouble walking w/both feet in mouth...
Still not recovered from that root-canal just yet,
I guess. Oh so fun... Sorry for line noise.