Yes, that is known behaviour. In v2.4, cd commands are not actually
executed by the shell, but by php itself using the chdir() function,
so it does not do wildcard expansion. But in SVN trunk 'cd' handling
works very differently, and it should do wildcard expansion.

Jan


On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 12:21 AM, John Bessa <john.be...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all, ere is the output (just installed v 2.4):
>
> $ echo php*l
> phpshell
> $ ls php*l
> AUTHORS  ChangeLog  README    config.php  phpshell.ico pwhash.php*
> COPYING  INSTALL    SECURITY  ls.php*  phpshell.php style.css
> $ cd php*l
> chdir() [<a href='function.chdir'>function.chdir</a>]: No such file or
> directory (errno 2)
> cd: could not change to: /home/content/j/o/h/johnvan/html/adm/php*l
>
> HTH, John
>
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