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Re: gzip bug

Sorry for the incomplete bug report.  cygcheck output is attached.  I am 
running BASH, and I tried TCSH to see if you are on the right track, and it
behaves the same as BASH.



On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 04:15:56PM -0800, Brian Dessent wrote:
> "David L. Morgan" wrote:
> >         I have uncovered a bug in the version of gzip currently shipping with
> > cygwin (1.3.5-2).  I have a binary file that was compressed with gzip 1.3.3
> > from around 820MB to around 260MB.  If I gunzip the file using the default
> > invocation:
> > 
> > gunzip file.gz
> > 
> > ... everything works fine.  If I use the stdout invocation:
> > 
> > gunzip -c file.gz > file
> > 
> > ... the resulting file differs from the original.
> > 
> > Gunzip does not report any errors.  A cursory Google search does not yield any
> > relevant bug reports or resolutions.
> You didn't include enough information.  Cygcheck output?  Are you using
> text or binary mounts?  What shell do you use?  It wouldn't happen to be
> zsh?  Please see this thread from last week:
> <>
> Brian

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