On December 3, 2000 at 21:51, Gerry Hickman wrote:
When using the -mhpattern command line parameter on Windows NT it seems
I must enclose the regex in double quotes. Single quotes and forward
slashes do not appear to work.
Windows' command shell does support quoting like Unix-based shells do.
This is fine for batch files and manual input but I've run into a
problem trying to use this in a Windows Scripting Host file. It
basically doesn't like the double quotes. I tried wrapping the whole
command line in yet more double quotes but that didn't work either. I
got it working in the end using %COMSPEC% at the start of the command
line, but I was wondering if there's a better way?
Use an OS with real command-line shells ;^)
The command shell on Windows systems suck and very limited when it
comes to quoting arguments. Who knows what the rules are in
a Windows Scripting Host? Is possible to have it call a wrapper
Perl(?) script that then calls MHonArc with arguments you need?