[Wine] Re: Compiling & running 1.4 on 64bit
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Sun Mar 11 12:15:01 CDT 2012
What is the type manpage for? Can's see it's relevance to this issue.
Anyway, man builtins returned this for type:
type [-aftpP] name [name ...]
With no options, indicate how each name would be interpreted if
used as a command name. If the -t option is used, type prints a
string which is one of alias, keyword, function, builtin, or
file if name is an alias, shell reserved word, function,
builtin, or disk file, respectively. If the name is not found,
then nothing is printed, and an exit status of false is
returned. If the -p option is used, type either returns the
name of the disk file that would be executed if name were speci
fied as a command name, or nothing if ``type -t name'' would not
return file. The -P option forces a PATH search for each name,
even if ``type -t name'' would not return file. If a command is
hashed, -p and -P print the hashed value, not necessarily the
file that appears first in PATH. If the -a option is used, type
prints all of the places that contain an executable named name.
This includes aliases and functions, if and only if the -p
option is not also used. The table of hashed commands is not
consulted when using -a. The -f option suppresses shell func
tion lookup, as with the command builtin. type returns true if
all of the arguments are found, false if any are not found.
Martin, could you share your .deb package? Perhaps the fault lies simply in my compilations.
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