Bug 000165

When Created: 06/29/1997 16:42:14
Against DJGPP version: 2.01
By whom:
Abstract: `ls -R' fails if any 2 subdirs have same name
[win95]E:	emp>dir/s/b a
E:	emp\A\UPPER_A
E:	emp\A\B
E:	emp\A\B\A
E:	emp\A\B\A\LOWER_A

[win95]E:	emp>ls -R a
e:/djgpp-v2/bin/ls: aupper_a: No such file or directory (ENOENT)
e:/djgpp-v2/bin/ls: ab: No such file or directory (ENOENT)

Note added: 06/29/1997 16:50:53
By whom:
However, I now notice that

[win95]E:	emp>ls -R ./a
b        upper_a

a         middle_b


 -- so I am not so sure this is a bug.

Solution added: 04/12/1999 11:00:33
By whom:
This was a bug in a certain port of Fileutils (I forget which one),
and it was fixed a long time ago.

Closed on 04/13/1999 07:00:40: Solved in later ports of Fileutils.
By whom:

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