Bug#67921: marked as done (glob(3) doesn't treat \ correctly)
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Subject: libc6: glob treats \/ incorrectly
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glob(3) doesn't match patterns like \/* or /dir\/* correctly. It treats the
\ as a literal.
-- System Information
Debian Release: 2.2
Kernel Version: Linux gondor 2.2.12 #2 Sat Sep 18 12:11:40 EST 1999 i586 unknown
Versions of the packages libc6 depends on:
ii ldso 1.9.11-9 The Linux dynamic linker, library and utilities.
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