Displays where a particular program in your path is located
The which command shows the full pathname of a specified program, if
the specified program is in your PATH.
You will need an ANSI C compiler (like gcc) to compile this package.
Just type `make', followed by `make install'.
The main difference with version 1.0 by Paul Vixie is that this
version will not return directory names as being executables
and that by default it will expand a leading "./" and "~/" to
its full path on output.
The -all option has been added in ex
Version 2.18 --> 2.19
* Upgraded code from bash to version 3.2. This DOES has influence
on how Which behaves under certain circumstances.
* Support for Cygwin: Two leading slashes are now treated as
possibly special, because a double leading slash can have an
implementation-defined meaning (depending on the Operating
System), as is for example the case in Cygwin.
which - shows the full path of (shell) commands.
which [options] [--] programname [...]
Which takes one or more arguments. For each of its arguments
it prints to stdout the full path of the executables that
would have been executed when this argument had been enter
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