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RE: DLL 1.3.22 - etags 5.5.4 fails on XP Pro
- From: "Hannu E K Nevalainen \(garbage mail\)" <garbage_collector at telia dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2003 14:17:24 +0200
- Subject: RE: DLL 1.3.22 - etags 5.5.4 fails on XP Pro
> From: Igor Pechtchanski [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, July 27, 2003 2:22 AM
> On Sat, 26 Jul 2003, Hannu E K Nevalainen (garbage mail) wrote:
> > > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf
> > > Of Igor Pechtchanski
> > --8<--
> > > What you could do is create an "etags.bat" that runs 'bash -c
> etags "%1"
> > > "%2" "%3" "%4" "%5" "%6" "%7" "%8" "%9"', put it in your PATH, and you
> > > should be able to call that from NTEmacs.
> > > Igor
> > Hmm... I can't remember if there is a equiv. of $@ in DOS/BAT-files...
> > $ man bash
> > /\$\@
> AFAIK, there isn't, at least on Win9x. WinNT/2k command extensions might
> have something, though. Another reason not to use it is that you'd
> probably want to cygwinize the paths anyway, by calling cygpath on each
> BTW, the one advantage of using a batch file is that invoking "etags" from
> a DOS/Windows program will automatically call that file (just like with a
> .exe), but a link will not get invoked (and neither will the shell
The one limitation is the one of max _nine_ arguments/option flags.
There are times when that can be a severe limitation. Dunno if it fits this
> P.S. I know very well what $@ is, thank you very much. ;-)
=-) there might be others here that don't - feel free to "take it or leave
/Hannu E K Nevalainen, B.Sc EE/Microcomputer systems, 59?14'N, 17?12'E.
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