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can't manage to use "windows" command-line (C development)
- From: "Atreides" <atreidpub at netcourrier dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2002 03:24:29 +0100
- Subject: can't manage to use "windows" command-line (C development)
While trying to do some C programs under cygwin, in order to launch usual
Win32 programs, I faced problem to launch them with arguments :
I explain : I want to launch "Pilot Install" from envicon.com with a text
file (full path included) for parameter. I tried to launch it using a cygwin
shell, does not work... (argument is not understood by the program). From a
DOS Box (with properly arranged paths of course) : same thing ...
But when I enter the same command-line, as in the DOS Box, in the
Start/Execute Panel in the start menu : It works!!!
So my question is : is it possible in a C program under cygwin (I use gcc),
to launch such command lines? (like the "system()" instruction, but for
thanks in advance
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