I don't use tcsh (thank Heaven), but I think that `path' is a special
variable in tcsh, which also maintains the `PATH' variable.  `path' is a
space-separated list, whereas `PATH' is the normal colon-separated
list.  tcsh maintains the synchronisation between the two.  None of this
magic contaminates CLASSPATH, which is expected to look like PATH.

It's all a good reason for sticking with (k|z|ba)sh.


Corey Mosher wrote:
> I'm using tcsh, so I think it is done the way I did it below.
> Maybe I'm wrong though, anyone have any ideas?
> Corey
> On Mon, 16 Apr 2001, toby cabot wrote:
> > >
> > >set CLASSPATH = ($CLASSPATH /usr/local/lib/postgresql.jar .)
> > >
> >
> > CLASSPATH is colon-delimited so try:
> >
> > set CLASSPATH = ($CLASSPATH:/usr/local/lib/postgresql.jar:.)

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