change dir to //

Andre Robatino robatino at
Sun Jan 16 23:48:27 UTC 2011

Andre Robatino <robatino <at>> writes:

> More generally, it happens for anything like "//usr/bin" as well - you end up
> in the expected directory, but "echo $PWD" shows the double slash.

It also persists if you then cd using a relative path. The double slash in $PWD
won't go away unless you cd using an absolute path.

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