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- Subject: Tcl/expect
- From: Todd Massey <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 03 Mar 1999 14:45:09 -0800
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I am currently attempting to spawn a process such as a shell (sh, bash,
commmand.com, cmd.exe) and then talk with from tcl via expect.
It seems as though the spawn takes place and the shell starts up, but
immediately exits.. Thus I no longer have a process to talk with expect.
Has anyone gotten this to work and has example.
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