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ConEmu Inside's "sync dir" feature not working for Bash? #1200

kvnxiao opened this issue Jul 22, 2017 · 0 comments

ConEmu Inside's "sync dir" feature not working for Bash? #1200

kvnxiao opened this issue Jul 22, 2017 · 0 comments


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kvnxiao commented Jul 22, 2017


ConEmu build: 170709 x64
OS version: Windows 10 v1703 (OS Build 15063.483 x64)
Used shell version: Bash for Ubuntu subsystem on Windows AND git-bash also tested

Problem description

When attempting to enable SYNC dir for ConEmu Inside shell instance, after changing folders in explorer the shell does not sync or update it's directories to match the change in current folder.

This currently occurs for me when using Bash for the Linux Subsystem on Windows 10, and I've even tested it with git-bash. Is this an issue or am I doing something wrong?

Oddly enough it works with the default powershell settings, i.e. if I add a powershell version of the ConEmu Inside integration and enable SYNC, it works fine.

Steps to reproduce

  1. Open Settings -> Integration tab in ConEmu
  2. Change default ConEmu Inside configuration to target command {Bash::bash} -cur_console:n (leaving Sync dir checkbox unchecked, because I manually enable it on step 6)
  3. Register this explorer context menu integration
  4. Open explorer and navigate to C:/
  5. Start the ConEmu Inside shell -> current directory is at C:/
  6. Enable sync dir by clicking on "SYNC" at the bottom right of the shell
  7. Navigate to C:/Program Files/ in explorer
  8. Observe that the current directory is not changed in the ConEmu inside shell (still at C:/ )

Expected results

With sync dir enabled, expected to change directories to match current folder in explorer.

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