|summary:||Fix for 15726|
|date:||2011-01-28 05:54:29 UTC (4 years)|
|message:||Fix for 15726
Similarly to cygwin, MKS on Windows expects the path separator to be the Unix-style colon separator. Java, left alone, though, will report the semi-colon as the path separator on Windows even if run under MKS. These changes cause the appclient script (non-Windows version only, which is used by MKS and cygwin shells as well as Unix shells) to set a property which indicates (basically) that a Unix-style invocation is in progress. This way, CLIBootstrap can use the suitable path separator.
Tests: appclient tests on Mac OS X, Windows/cygwin, Windows/MKS