Re: Quoting shell-command
> Try the following, no shell, no O/S dependence, no messing:exist), if you do not want
> !force 0x20 file-op "filename"
> Note the !force here will ignore any failures (i.e. file does not
> this behaviour then the macro will bail out if there is a failure.for this command.
> file-op does lots of other things too so look at the manual page
>yes, much nicer.
I've been going entry-by-entry through the glossary, but sometimes
when I encounter something interesting...I jump around a bit.
- Since when does the DEL command take forward slashes?
set-variable #l0 &sprintf "del %s%s%s" &itoa 34 "c:\\foo.lst" &itoa 34
Seems to work.
>I've been trying to figure out how to delete a file from within a
>set-variable %cmd &sprintf "del %s%s%s" &itoa 34 "c:/program
>files/jasspa/microemacs/junk.txt" &itoa 34