> Hi all,
> John Allen and I discussed this back and forth privately recently,
> and I though I'd got a handle on it, but I haven't. It's to do
> with how bash
> matches wildcard filespecs, and is seemingly related to the new shopt
> command in Bash 2 and specifically the nocaseglob option.
Stuff like [A-Z] matching 's' makes me think of collating orders.
And collating orders are often part of a locale specification.
Try searching the bash docs for collate, collating, locale and
It's a long shot, I know.
Alternatively, type bashbug and report it. If it is expected
behaviour, you'll probably get an answer back PDQ.
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