Revolution gui wrapper
b.xavier at internet.lu
Tue Jun 22 02:00:29 CDT 2004
I will post an example later today for windows.
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Alejandro
> Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 00:29
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> Subject: Re: Revolution gui wrapper
> on Mon, 21 Jun 2004
> Xavier Bury wrote:
> > DOS GUI wrappers are easy and very useful.
> This means that every dos program has the potential to
> become an auxiliar to RR/MC. Right?
> > Open a DOS box, type your command with '/?' to
> > display the help switches.
> > you can always
> > dump the output using the
> > piping command character at the end of the command
> > line. ">" or ">>" (one >
> > to replace the output, 2 to append).
> > for example
> > dir c: > myoutput.txt
> I'll have to study carefully the dos shell commands.
> I'm not a DOS wizard! ;-)
> > Second, you have to be careful about different
> > commands running on different
> > system (W98, nt4, 2000, xp, 2003 and their
> > corresponding reskits) as they
> > have different inputs and outputs!
> Could you explain us the ways in which
> these i/o differs?
> > I use many GUI kits combining different of these
> > IO's to do many many things
> > like user, group, share management much better than
> > MS's own administrative tools...
> This is extraordinary! :-)
> > So if you are interested in more let me know.
> Of course i'm interested.
> But i'll like to read a small tutorial
> with a simple dos application.
> Understanding the inputs and outputs is crucial
> to make this works. So you explanations are welcome!
> Thanks in advance.
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