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Command Line Handling Is F'ed Up :)

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dandv    0

I've also reported this here, but I just found out a worse case: piping:

 

perl myscript.pl | more

 

This will produce an odd error:

 

'C:\strawberry\perl\bin' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

 

My perl.exe is in c:\strawberry\perl\bin\perl.exe indeed, so looks like NDN does some wrong parsing.

 

Please fix this, since NDN is unique among file managers in its ability to execute commands and have the output in its own window (Ctrl+O).

 

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dandv    0

AH, thanks for fixing this in the March release!

 

There's only one minor issue left:

 

This works as expected:

script.pl > file.txt

 

This launches execution in a new cmd window and doesn't redirect to the file. The only difference is the missing space after the filename.

script.pl> file.txt

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Hi Dan,

 

did you know that FindFirst() and FindNext() actually do successfully find files named

file.ext>

file.ext|

file.ext<

...

?

 

I didn't know either. :P

Hopefully this fix brings back the previous execution behavior, without screwing the new features...

 

Stefan / AH

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Hi Dan,

 

did you know that FindFirst() and FindNext() actually do successfully find files named

file.ext>

file.ext|

file.ext<

...

 

Weird :)

 

Thanks for the test version. It does work correctly now. Hoping for a new release soon :)

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dandv    0
Weird :)

 

Thanks for the test version. It does work correctly now. Hoping for a new release soon :)

 

Used the test version some more. After finding some files, Shift+Enter from the Find panel not only focuses on the file (in the opposite panel), but also calculates the execution time of some command, as when the prompt were {} after pressing Alt+/ twice.

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