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comment How do you call ActivePython from cygwin shell?
The -i is for interactive mode. But if you don't specify anything to the interpreter it usually enters interactive mode also. Which is I guess the reason for my question.
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comment On Windows 7 how do you check to see if a file is a hardlink?
@Arjan you are correct. On linux ls -al does not show hardlinks. You have to use the solution from the superuser question here.
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comment How can I find hard links on Windows?
Just to be clear the "Microsoft find" being referenced in the solution here is not the default installed Windows 7. You have to download and install a new Microsoft find. Then you can use that find utility. Or install Cygwin's find command like @arcyqwerty (which will probably have better support long term).
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comment On Windows 7 how do you check to see if a file is a hardlink?
I know that you can do: fsutil.exe hardlink list OriginalFile and this will tell you that HardlinkToOriginal is a hardlink, but you need a-priori knowledge that is not available. Ideally I would like something like ls -al on Linux where if the file is a link then the command tells you it is a link and shows you where it points to.