>>> In this example, the common prefix would be "a/b/" and the common
>>> suffix that does not overlap with the prefix part would be "/c", so
>>> I am imagining that "a/b/{ => b}/c" would be the desired output?
>>
>>
>> Yes, at least that's what I expected.
>
>
> Surely it would be "a/b/{b => }/c", that is, we have reduced the number of
> b's by one. Or am I misunderstanding something?
> (I'm guessing it was an all too obvious typo that was misread)

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Indeed, read to fast and reproduced in suggested new message.
a/b/b/c => a/b/c is equivalent to a/b/{b => }/c
Thank you for proof-reading.
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