[Bug 23319] cmd thinks shift.exe is an internal command

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Thu Jun 24 09:30:07 CDT 2010


Jason Edmeades <us at edmeades.me.uk> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Jason Edmeades <us at edmeades.me.uk>  2010-06-24 09:30:07 ---
Interesting testing this with procmon... If the first token is not followed by
a whitespace, it will attempt to open a program with that name in the current
working directory, then it will check for internal programs with that name,...
for example:
shift - doesnt look at local file system
shift.exe - looks for 'shift.exe' locally, then matches 'shift' internal
cd    - doesnt look at local file system
cd.exe - looks for 'cd.exe' in local dir, then matches 'cd' internal command
with parameter ".exe"  (eg. mk .exe, cd.exe)
fred.exe - searches current dir for fred.exe then goes off on locate searching
(eg. for fred.exe.* locally, then searching the path)

So overall, if we match the internal command, and the next token is a not a
whitespace, see if there is a <first token> file in the current directory, and
if there is then run it otherwise drop into the internal command processind

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