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Re: Env Var labels in command line files (Re: Use of pipes)

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  • Hans-Bernhard Broeker
    ... Can you perhaps find out *where* it aborts? Run it in a debugger, or look at the CS:IP reported in the crash dialog displayed by Windows and relate to the
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      On Tue, 3 Apr 2001, William D. Kirby wrote:

      > In both the Cygnus X-Windows and WIN32 versions of gnuplot the use of
      > environment variable for PATH in labels works interactively when
      > directly entered or from a file using the load 'file.plt' command.
      > However, if the file file.plt is given on the execution command line the
      > process aborts.

      Can you perhaps find out *where* it aborts? Run it in a debugger, or
      look at the CS:IP reported in the crash dialog displayed by Windows and
      relate to the place where the crash happens.

      In real Unix, this doesn't cause any problem I could observe.

      --
      Hans-Bernhard Broeker (broeker@...-aachen.de)
      Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.


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