I learned about a bug in the alpha test version 00.01.00 of the gulam shell
the hard way. Somehow I managed to create a file called ">foo.c" when
I fooled around with redirection. The directory where this happened
contained some other C-programs, one of them called foo.c.
When you do a "ls *.c" in that folder,
gulam expands to: "ls >foo.c bar.c something.c foo.c" resulting in
a directory list in foo.c, its old contents are gone. Is this a feature
of gulam ??? I think its a bug, a filename, however strange it may be,
must not lead to a redirection. foo.c is gone forever.
BTW, I checked it with the csh on UNIX, which behaves as expected, if you say
"ls *.c" you get a list containing the files ">foo.c" and "foo.c".
foo.c is not trashed.
Is this fixed in later versions of gulam ??