That's correct. And you have to use it _every_ time you call
rdiff-backup, otherwise it gets confused.
David Kempe wrote:
> It should take a list of chars to quote to override as arguments I
> think. On windows I have used
> --override-chars-to-quote '' I think...
> Qiqi Yan wrote:
>> What's wrong? I noticed the semicolons in the file name mentioned in the
>> message, which I guess is the cause. (semicolons are not allowed in MS
>> windows.) Do they appear because of --override-chars-to-quote? Any way to
>> get around it?
>> I've little experience with cygwin or linux. Hope I've been clear enough.
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