Author takluyver
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The 'short circuit' appears to do what I'd consider the wrong thing when an executable file of the same name exists in the working directory. i.e. which('setup.py') can return 'setup.py', even though running 'setup.py' in a shell doesn't work (you need ./setup.py).

This is on UNIX-y systems, I see from the comments that the cwd is implicitly on the path in Windows.

Is this in scope for which() to deal with? Should I open a bug for it? Apologies if it's been discussed already.
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