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RE: support

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[I hate it when simple instructions aren't followed - I explicitly said
that the list was the correct place for support...]

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Subject: RE: support
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 15:35:24 +0100
From: Yaman, Nilgun (GE Trans, Non-US, Non-GE) <nilgun.yaman AT ae DOT ge
DOT com>
To: Eric Blake <ebb9 AT byu DOT net>
> Hi,
> I am a new user for Cygwin and trying start a CAD program (UGNX2) in
> Windows by scripting in csh.
> Normally I run 2 batch files for required libraries and the paths in
> command prompt window of Windows. Then run the main batch file
> (ugii.bat) to start the program and it really starts perfectly.
> Whereas when I do the same things in csh, an error message appears as
> follows:
> ---------------------------
> \ugraf.exe
> ---------------------------
> Cannot find the file '\ugraf.exe' (or one of its components). Make sure
> the path and filename are correct and that all required libraries are
> available.
> ---------------------------
> You can find the ugii.bat in the attached file.
> ugraf.exe file is in the same folder with ugii.bat file. But I dont
> understand why the same script works in command prompt and does not work
> in csh...

If you want help with your csh script, then attach the csh script, not the
Windows .bat file.  And remember that in cygwin, you should be using POSIX
paths, such as ./ugraf.exe, since backslashes in Windows paths require
extra escaping that make them tougher to use.

> Thanks for kind reply.
> Regards,
> Nilgun Yaman

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