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Bug#106097: marked as done (false positives with glob(3) and GLOB_NOMAGIC)

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Package: csh
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Severity: normal


Here's a weird problem.  I think it is a bug in bsd-csh.

The current directory contains six subdirectories and two files as


The file glob '*/xxx' fails using bsd-csh:

	steve@riemann{csh}bsd-csh -c 'ls */xxx'               
	ls: a/xxx: No such file or directory
	ls: b/xxx: No such file or directory
	ls: c/xxx: No such file or directory
	ls: d/xxx: No such file or directory
	ls: f/xxx: No such file or directory
	steve@riemann{csh}echo $?

(The "...No such file..." lines went to stderr.)

I get the correct answer with tcsh, though:

	steve@riemann{csh}tcsh -c 'ls */xxx'               
	steve@riemann{csh}echo $?

I'm pretty sure the tcsh behaviour is the correct one.  That is
the behaviour expected by the script that failed because of this


-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Kernel Version: Linux riemann 2.4.6 #1 Mon Jul 9 19:40:50 EDT 2001 i686 unknown

Versions of the packages csh depends on:
ii  libc6                   2.2.3-7                 GNU C Library: Shared libraries and Timezone data

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From: Matej Vela <vela@debian.org>
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Subject: Bug#106097: fixed in libc6 2.3.1-1
Date: 20 Oct 2002 00:14:56 +0200
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libc6 2.3.1-1 finally includes the one-line patch.



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