GLOBAL /Q?

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#1
Any ideas about this one? I tried these with no plugins and no INI file; results the same. I also checked "which global".

On my home computer, with v21 and several older versions of TCC, I get nice tidy output.
Code:
v:\> global /h /i /q echo %_cwd
V:\
V:\4pluginsPre17
V:\4pluginsPre17\NeedsVista
V:\cksum
V:\cksum\32
V:\cksum\64
<snip>
On my work computer, with v21 and various older versions, I get strange results.
Code:
v:\> global echo /h /i /q echo %_cwd

GLOBAL: V:\
/h /i /q echo V:\

GLOBAL: V:\20000files
/h /i /q echo V:\20000files

GLOBAL: V:\Archive - NS
/h /i /q echo V:\Archive - NS

GLOBAL: V:\Archive - NS\2010
/h /i /q echo V:\Archive - NS\2010
 
Jul 6, 2008
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#2
Any ideas about this one? I tried these with no plugins and no INI file; results the same. I also checked "which global".

On my home computer, with v21 and several older versions of TCC, I get nice tidy output.
Code:
v:\> global /h /i /q echo %_cwd
V:\
V:\4pluginsPre17
V:\4pluginsPre17\NeedsVista
V:\cksum
V:\cksum\32
V:\cksum\64
<snip>
On my work computer, with v21 and various older versions, I get strange results.
Code:
v:\> global echo /h /i /q echo %_cwd

GLOBAL: V:\
/h /i /q echo V:\

GLOBAL: V:\20000files
/h /i /q echo V:\20000files

GLOBAL: V:\Archive - NS
/h /i /q echo V:\Archive - NS

GLOBAL: V:\Archive - NS\2010
/h /i /q echo V:\Archive - NS\2010
What do you see if you omit the 1st echo when using your work computer or add it to the cmd when at home?
global echo /h /i /q echo %_cwd :oops:
I suspect your fingers where moving to fast at work.

I see the same results as you with both commands on my home computer.