Yes, it work under Cygwin but how can I put it under scheduler... I need to
run MHonArc daily without attention.
At 01:04 PM 6/29/00 -0700, Earl Hood wrote:
On June 29, 2000 at 13:49, Bosco Tsang wrote:
> I have just migrated my archive operating from Unix to NT, and encountered
> the same problem as you guys described. When I typed the perl -e command,
> it returns *.msg. My perl-win32 is v5.6.0 built 613 from ActiveState.
> According to their web site, it's the latest. But the problem still not
> solved. Searching their site, and their FAQ etc, seems have no mension
> about this at all? Is there any patch, solution (either in perl, or in
> mhonarc) etc so that it can fix this problem.
Wildcard expansion (globbing) is a function of the shell. I remember
debates about this on the Perl newsgroups (when I used to follow them).
A solution is to get a real command-line shell. I use Cygwin under
Win32 systems. It provides a bash shell along with many of the GNU
Bosco Tsang (´¿¼w¦¨)