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Re: How do you write scripts with portable filenames?
On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 06:48:12PM +1000, email@example.com wrote:
> On 3 Sep, Max Bowsher wrote:
> > I _was_ pretty sure that this was supposed to 'just work'. (And it does with mv,
> > but not with rm). I guess this is a bug. I think you might be at least
> > temporarily stuck with using `uname` to find out if you are on cygwin, and
> > setting and using an EXEEXT variable throughout the script.
> The trouble is when the EXEEXT has toi be a whole set, like .exe or .dll
> or .sh or .pl or .awk ... you get the idea.
But that's not the case. ".exe" is the only special one. You can
make your live harder if you like, of course.
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