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Re: And now a problem with tcl

On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, philippe guillaume wrote:

> I've been searching for a long time about this
> problem.
> The command runs normally on Unix but not on Cygwin :(
> The problem concerns a command button which runs a
> sh-script ...
> Here is the syntax :
>     button .frPrincipal.thug\
>         -activebackground "#beccbe" \
>         -background "#d2e0d2" \
>         -command {exec scriptsh &} \
>         -cursor {hand1} \
>         -font $font \
>         -height {2} \
>         -text {run scriptsh} \
>         -width {22}
> The directory containing the scriptsh file is defined
> in the PATH both on Cygwin and Unix.
> But it runs on Unix and not on Cygwin.
> Actually, i must type "exec sh /home/.../scriptsh" to
> run it ...
> So please, what can i do solve this problem ?

IIRC, tcl doesn't understand POSIX paths.  So, your solution (exec sh ...)
is correct (you could also most likely omit the full path from scriptsh,
i.e, use "exec sh scriptsh", provided scriptsh *is* in the PATH).
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