For these commands there are both a
g-suffix version and a plain version:
gdate.exe gecho.exe ginstall.exe gln.exe gmkdir.exe grmdir.exe gsort.exe
I can't find the difference.
Edit Someone is interested to this: OS Win7 Pro, GnuWin32 coreutils 5.3.
To be clear,
g is the marketing suffix accompanying software released under GNU licensing terms (like
k for KDE desktop apps). Here I'd like to know why only these commands (in coreutils) are suffixed and what is the difference with the others in the same directory without the suffix.