Subject: Re: Little prob with rm
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 11/01/1994 15:05:07
>> Of course, and this normally wouldn't be a problem for tcsh/ksh/zsh/etc
>> users, since the shell won't append a "/" to a filename expansion.
>For whatever it's worth (probably not much ;-) ) the version of tcsh
>I occasionally use at work does. So does the ksh on my sVr4 box at home.
>Maybe it's the emacs-style (set -o emacs) I use on ksh that does it for
Actually, by default, tcsh always adds a space after files and a slash
after directories, so it is easier to quickly go into nested directories