revCopyFile problems on Mac OS X.6.4
biodan at biodan.org
Mon Sep 6 16:27:28 EDT 2010
After i posted, i caught the quote var issue, but bear in mind, i'm talking
about command-line from a Terminal shell, NOT the using the Rev IDE GUI. I
use rev a lot for utility scripts to hash data - no need for a GUI in these
> put tCmd
> should have given you enough explanation...
After changing my code, I get the following from calling 'put tCmd' :
> cp /Users/adan/Desktop/t.txt /Users/adan/Desktop/test/
> Personally, I never use this error prone syntax of putting vars inside
> quoted strings...
agreed, i slipped in this example, but have used the shell 'cp' command
successfully in Linux with rev3.5 and earlier- all from a pure command-line
> ##### One way to do it :
> put "cp" && q( tInfile) && q( tOutDir) into tCmd
> put shell( tCmd )
> end mouseUp
You are using the IDE ('mouseup') ! i am using a command-line script
#!/Users/adan/bin/rev40 -- copied the Standalone to my ~/bin
.... code here....
Your examples below do not work for me from a command-line with rev3.5 or
rev4 engines in OSX from a command-line.
In Ubuntu, the rev4 engine fails too - i have never had much luck with the
rev4 engine in Linux - but rev3.5 works pretty well.
After reading the release notes for 4.5beta, it appears the standalone from
4.0 onwards no longer works in pure command-line (e.g. cgi) form. Too
As it is, i can't download the 4.5beta, getting a 404 from both Mac OSX and
Linux (i have Enterprise).
>function q t
> return quote & t & quote
> end q
>##### Another way which I prefer :
>get format( "cp ' %s ' ' %s ' ", tInfile, tOutDir )
>put shell( it )
> ##### A variation of it, which is how I code :
> on mouseUp
> get shell( format( "cp '%s' '%s'", \
> $HOME & "/Desktop/test.txt" , \
> $HOME & "/Desktop/outDir" ) )
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