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Re: assimilation cmd towards cygwin/bash
- From: "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall at rfk dot com>
- To: svartsjel at gmx dot net,shankar at cotagesoft dot com
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 07 Feb 2003 16:00:13 -0500
- Subject: Re: assimilation cmd towards cygwin/bash
At 03:44 PM 2/7/2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Shankar Unni wrote:
> > As long as you don't mind hitting <CR> after the ^D, this seems to
> > work:
> > c:\> doskey ^D=exit
> > Now, if you hit ^D<cr> (the <cr> is unfortunately required), CMD.EXE
> > will exit.
>Yes, this seems to work... and there should still be a trick for adding the
>missing <cr> key code to the line, maybe a bit like:
>doskey ^D="exit >nul | x"
>[ x representing the <cr> key code ]
>I guess a different, i.e. enhanced doskey replacement could allow this?
>Or better: an additional program which emulates key codes?
>Unfortunately I don't know any...
>The only way in the past of getting <cr> to work properly for keyboard
>macros was ANSI.SYS. Any other suggestions?
Sounds to me like you're really looking for suggestions about cmd.exe
specifics and related Windows mechanisms. I'm not sure this list is the
best one to direct such questions to, though perhaps someone here has an
idea how to do what you want. If not, you might want to send the
specifics of your question to a more Windows-oriented list or group.
I'm sure there's some CMD.EXE evangelist list out there somewhere! ;-)
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