I've been using Cygwin terminal for a long time, and have gotten very used to its quirks and what-not.
Recently I've been using the Git Bash shell in Windows 7 (64-bit). For Git command-line work, I prefer it over the DOS CMD box. Cygwin shell seems to find git file changes when it's a file line ending or some other nonsense (but that's not why I'm posting this question).
I'm experiencing something odd -and I'm not sure if it's my environment, the installed programs (Cygwin or Git Bash) or the possibility of cygwin's settings overtaking one a feature of Git Bash.
When I right-click on a folder in Windows Explorer, the context menu has a
Git Bash Here option. But when I select it, the Git Bash always opens up with its
pwd in my cygwin home directory.
I've checked my cygwin .bash_profile and .bashrc and I don't see any customized forcing of a specific home directory.
On a different computer with Windows 8, this feature works flawlessly even with Cygwin also installed.
Any ideas as to what to try? Thanks, Adam