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RE: [SUSPECTED SPAM] Adding files

From: Dave Korn
Subject: RE: [SUSPECTED SPAM] Adding files
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2005 17:09:20 +0100

----Original Message----
>From: Larry Jones
>Sent: 02 September 2005 15:33

> Dave writes:
>> I am working under a DOS command prompt. If I were under Linux, I'd try
>> something like this: 
>> cvs add `find . -name "*.vcproj" -print`
>> Alas, I don't have that option in Bill's world.
>       cvs add *.vcproj
>       cvs add *\*.vcproj
>       cvs add *\*\*.vcproj
>       cvs add *\*\*\*.vcproj
>       ...

  That also doesn't work in Bill's world.  It doesn't glob-and-expand.  "dir
*\*" doesn't work either.

  You can always get Cygwin (or MinGW/MSYS) and then either the find command
or the globbing would work in a bash shell.  I always use cygwin on 'doze
and can't recommend it enough.

  OTOH, running "for /?" in a cmd.exe shell should show you how the same
effect can be achieved easily enough, entirely within Bill's world.

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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