#3264 pwd on FreeBSD 5.4

obsolete: 8.4.11
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2005-10-28
2005-10-13
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The pwd command on FreeBSD is equivalent to $HOME
rather than the current working directory. Appears to
be platform specific (works correctly on Ubuntu and
ActiveState Windows XP)

Discussion

  • Donal K. Fellows

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    Something very screwy is going on; passing on to maintainer
    of the guts of [pwd] and elevating priority.

     
  • Donal K. Fellows

    • priority: 5 --> 7
    • assigned_to: dkf --> andreas_kupries
    • labels: 105659 --> 105665
     
  • Don Porter

    Don Porter - 2005-10-13

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    Evidence?

    Got a demo script, or interactive
    session that leads you to this conclusion?

     
  • Andreas Kupries

    Andreas Kupries - 2005-10-13
    • assigned_to: andreas_kupries --> dkf
     
  • Andreas Kupries

    Andreas Kupries - 2005-10-13

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    Donal, are you sure that 'print working directory' is a
    channel command ? And not path/file stuff for Vince Darley ?

     
  • Don Porter

    Don Porter - 2005-10-13
    • labels: 105665 --> 37. File System
    • assigned_to: dkf --> vincentdarley
    • status: open --> pending-invalid
     
  • Don Porter

    Don Porter - 2005-10-13

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    cwd maintenance is in
    the Filesystem guts, but we
    could use some evidence there's
    really a bug to find and not
    just pilot error.

     
  • SourceForge Robot

    • status: pending-invalid --> closed-invalid
     
  • SourceForge Robot

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    This Tracker item was closed automatically by the system. It was
    previously set to a Pending status, and the original submitter
    did not respond within 14 days (the time period specified by
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