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Subject: [aclug-L] BASH question
From: Jesse Kaufman <kaufmjes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 18:56:47 -0600
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ok, i just upgraded to Bash 2.02.1(1), and now, if i'm in a directory
named... let's say "%New Kids on the Block%", it displays it on my
commandline as %New\ Kids\ on\ the\ Block%/ ... is there anyway to get
back to the old way of things?  i can't stand this way much longer...
when renaming my mp3z, i like to be able to hit <tab> and see the file
starting with "Barenaked Ladies -   ... so i can change the name easily,
rather than having to remember "oh, i need a \ here or there..."  is
there some pref in bashrc i need to change?

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