Hello. Trying to use the git bash shell to run some sh scripts and hit a 
While ln appears to be supported, it doesn't seem to function properly. For 
example this:

$ ls
backend/  web/

$ ln -s web/src/main ./backend/src/main/webapp/foo
ln: failed to create symbolic link ‘./backend/src/main/webapp/foo’: No such 
file or directory

I've verified that web/src/main and./backend/src/main/webapp/ exists but 
I'm getting this error.

On the other hand, if I simply do this:
$ ln -s web/src/main ./foo

it works fine

it would seem to have something to do with the sub-directory references 
with forward slashes (won't work with backslashes either).

any ideas? 

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