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Re: double // in shellscript output

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: double // in shellscript output
Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2007 23:55:56 +0200
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Quoting Christian Herzberg <address@hidden>:

Version lilypond-2.11.27-1.linux-x86

While installing lilyponds develop-version as a user on debian stable (etch) I realize a mistake in output. Unfortunately I have know knowledge about "diff -u"
and editing binary files...

I made it down to line 217.

As user "test" it made:
"    /home/test//bin/uninstall-lilypond"

with a doubled "//".

This is only an esthetical problem since the shell is able to handle the doubled // without any problems.

Also, I guess the idea is that you specify prefix with an ending
"/", which gives the desired output.


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