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This is a locale issue, compare the output of locale in your two environments, and adjust the one where you want the output changed. For example, on Linux (the sort version or OS shouldn't matter much): $ LC_ALL=C sort t -------- ----------- -=-=-=-=-=- =========== $ LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 sort t =========== -=-=-=-=-=- -------- -----------


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Hi I'm one of the rmlint dev's. Unfortunately I don't think you'll be able to get rmlint running under cygwin (although happy to be proven wrong). Edit: have been proven wrong. Now have more-or-less working command-line version of rmlint under cygwin. It requires: gcc-core pkg-config libglib2.0-devel libtool and optionally: libjson-glib 1.0-devel ...



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