Author ronaldoussoren
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Date 2010-08-17.13:08:23
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I agree with Antoine that this would be useful functionality and that matching "the" shell is futile here.

A quick check on an old linux server: bash and ksh do brace expansion before expanding '*', but that csh does both at the same time.

That is, in a directory with foo.py and no .h files 'echo *.{py,h}' returns foo.py with csh and '*.h foo.py' with bash.

I'm +1 on matching the behavior of csh here.
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