[REBOL] Re: Using 'call
From: tim-johnsons:web at: 18-Apr-2006 9:00
* Gregg Irwin <greggirwin-mindspring.com> [060418 08:40]:
> Hi Tim,
> AFAIK, the result of call is always the exit code of the process (and
> a non-zero result means an error, yes). You can use the /info
> refinement, and probe the result, to see for sure.
> I don't know what a 204 result for ls is though, or why it only occurs
> if you're grabbing the output. Sub'ing DIR for ls here (on Windows),
> returns 0 either way. Hopefully someone on Linux will jump in here.
;; Thanks Gregg. Using /info gives me this:
>> probe res
make object! [
id: 31269 ;; process ID?
exit-code: 204 ;; hmm! will post to linuxquestions.org
Tim Johnson <tim-johnsons-web.com>