caolan at csn.ul.ie (Caolan McNamara) writes:
> Your shell
> also cached "gnuplot" as a key to the real location that it found,
> type hash under bash to list the contents of this command hash, and hash -r to
> clear it out. I'm still a tcsh user for my sins, and its got a "rehash"
> command you can read about in its man page, to rescan its search paths
> and update its hash.
Thanks for the info. I used to use tcsh too, under Solaris/SunOS,
and the first thing I tried today was rehash, but took its absence
to suggest there was no such mechanism.
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