cmd/tests: Test del /s recursion in subdirectories with colons.

Octavian Voicu octavian.voicu at
Tue Aug 30 07:19:28 CDT 2011

Issue was fixed by 94d2312fe2fdd77669ac826afa24e6821571ebba. This test is to
prevent future regressions, as suggested by Frederic.

Windows doesn't accept colons in directory names, so it will just fail on the
mkdir/rmdir commands and not affect the tests.

 programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd |    2 ++
 1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd b/programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd
index 1250e89..34c44f5 100644
--- a/programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd
+++ b/programs/cmd/tests/test_builtins.cmd
@@ -854,6 +854,7 @@ rmdir del_q_dir
 echo ------------ Testing del /s --------------
 mkdir "foo bar"
 cd "foo bar"
+mkdir "foo:"
 echo hi > file1.dat
 echo there > file2.dat
 echo bub > file3.dat
@@ -868,6 +869,7 @@ for %%f in (1 2 3) do if exist file%%f.dat echo Del /s failed on file%%f
 for %%f in (1 2 3) do if exist file%%f.dat del file%%f.dat
 if exist "file with spaces.dat" echo Del /s failed on "file with spaces.dat"
 if exist "file with spaces.dat" del "file with spaces.dat"
+rmdir "foo:"
 cd ..
 rmdir "foo bar"

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