Hum… I don't know much about this, but it makes me wonder:
* I read in http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=16444 that *"in which
a patch was installed that tries to work around some of the MinGW deficiency;
unfortunately the patch broke a lot of things and was backed out. I'm not
optimistic about a fix this time either."* Does the patch proposed here
exhibit these breakage, whatever it is? Or does it misses some stuff?
* what happens when actually encountering directory loops? It's probably very
rare, especially on Windows, but still, we probably better have some way out.
Can we stop Grep from inside Geany? (I'm afraid not currently)
* It's probably a question showing my ignorance in how we do Windows, but how
comes this is new? How comes it used to work? And if it did, can't we simply
do like we used to? (I don't know, compiling on native Windows, or MSYS2, or
I'm not against a patch, I'm just trying to get the whole picture :)
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