On 08.01.2021 08:11, matthew patton via Cygwin wrote:
> Every recent version that I can remember has been missing the most important file of all: /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion
> Why? What is wrong with the packaging process if we're building from the source? The origin has always lived at https://github.com/scop/bash-completion/blob/master/bash_completion > --
On 08.01.2021 09:04, matthew patton wrote:
>> What is the output of : cygcheck -c bash-completion
> well that's friggin' annoying. It came up blank.
> So I went back to the installer and it's not selected. And yet every
> time I install Cygwin I select it and I always end up with a partial
> (broken) install that's missing that file as well as 'helpers/' but have
> a bunch of other supporting directories and a reasonably populated
look on /var/log/setup.log.full for hints
> now I get '2.7-1'. Is there a package conflict during a fresh install?
> I guess I need to do another clean install to see if I can duplicate.