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running Cygwin shell scripts from a bat file (Was: precompiled perl?)
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- Subject: running Cygwin shell scripts from a bat file (Was: precompiled perl?)
- From: Nancy McGough <nm@NoAdsPlease.ii.com>
- Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 19:01:13 -0400 (EDT)
- Cc: John Huddleston <email@example.com>
- Organization: Infinite Ink - mirrored at www.ii.com and www.best.com/~ii/
On 20 Apr 1999, John Huddleston <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> the contents of a myfile.bat file is
> perl -S myfile %1
> where myfile is a file containing perl code
Thank you -- that did the trick!
What about plain old shell scripts that use a bunch of regular Unix
commands (cp, mv, grep, cut, sed, etc.) -- can these be run from a DOS
box or from a bat file? Again the reason I want to be able to do this
is so I can use Windows Explorer and the Send To pop-up menu to send a
file a Unix script.
ŠNancy McGough http://www.ii.com Infinite Ink
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