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Within A Script - Various - Кенотаф (CD)


Download Within A Script - Various - Кенотаф (CD)
2005
Label: Stereo & Video - S&V 085 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock


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9 Comments

  • Akinohn says:
    The cd in your script technically worked as it changed the directory of the shell that ran the script, but that was a separate process forked from your interactive shell.. A Posix-compatible way to solve this problem is to define a shell procedure rather than a shell-invoked command script.. jhome { cd /home/tree/projects/java } You can just type this in or put it in one of the various .
  • Mezikora says:
    Use exec bash at the end. A bash script operates on its current environment or on that of its children, but never on its parent environment. However, this question often gets asked because one wants to be left at the bash prompt in a certain directory after the execution of a bash script from another directory.. If this is the case, simply execute a child bash instance at the end of the script.
  • Tojatilar says:
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  • Kigarg says:
    The shell then sends the text of the Python script (delimited by END_SCRIPT in the shell script) to the Python process' standard input stream. Note that the two bits of code above are subtly different in that the second script's Python process has its standard input connected to the script that it's reading, while the first script's Python.
  • Dailabar says:
    The following example shows the different variants of the copy command. @echo off cd Rem Copies hatgarabimostio.leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.co to the present working directory. If there is no destination identified, it defaults to the present working directory. copy c:\hatgarabimostio.leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.co Rem The file hatgarabimostio.leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.co will be copied from C:\ to C:\tp location copy C:\hatgarabimostio.leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.co c:\tp Rem.
  • Totilar says:
    You can use the cd builtin, or the pushd and popd builtins for this purpose. For example: # do something with /etc as the working directory cd /etc: # do something with /tmp as the working directory cd /tmp: You use the builtins just like any other command, and can change directory context as many times as you like in a script.
  • Gardarg says:
    If newFolder contains spaces, enclose it in single quotation marks. For example, cd 'Folder Name'. On UNIX ® systems, you can use the ~ (tilde) character to represent the user home folder. For example, ~/ or ~username/. MATLAB resolves folder path names containing '.', '..', and symbolic links to their target location before changing the current folder.
  • Nejind says:
    The reason you can't do those things by calling system is that system will start a new process, execute your command, and return the exit status. So when you call system "cd foo" you will start a shell process, which will switch to the "foo" directory and then exit. Nothing of any consequence will happen in your perl script. Likewise, system "exit" will start a new process and .
  • Maushicage says:
    cd \My folder is the same as: cd "\My folder" An asterisk can be used to complete a folder name e.g. C:> CD pro* will move to C:\Program Files. Change the Current Drive Enter the drive letter followed by a colon C:> E: E:> To change drive and directory at the same time, use CD with the /D switch C:> cd /D E:\utils E:\utils\> CHDIR is a synonym.

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