On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 12:53, Jack Coates wrote:

> > I don't quite understand what the problem is.  Are you saying that '.'
> > shouldn't be in your path or that it should be?  
> should not. It's not that big a deal I suppose, but it's not The Right
> Way(TM) for things to be.

:)  You seemed pretty emphatic about it's presence in earlier posts;
What effect does it have?  It means you can execute hidden files?  If
that's the case, couldn't you do that anyway - if you knew what the
filename was?  I suppose just for policy, you would want as few things
in a users path as possible - is that just what it's about?  
Michael Holt
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