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[REBOL] Re: Basic Script Calling Command

From: antonr:iinet:au at: 5-Nov-2003 17:43

I don't know the answer to that, but I have made dir-utils.r, with more powerful cd and ls functions. I use them constantly. You can extract the functions from that object and stick them in your user.r or you could use my include function. Full example: site: select load-thru [folder "Anton"] clear find site %index.r do load-thru site/library/include.r include [ site/library/dir-utils.r [cd ls] ; there are other functions ] ; now you can use cd and ls in console... eg. ; ls/info Find the code in your public cache here: path-thru site/library/dir-utils.r If I were you, I'd also define a function edit which launches your preferred native editor. Very handy. Here's mine on windows. edit: func ["Open native editor" file [file! string!] "document to open in editor (can be empty string)" /local exe ][ exe: %/d/Anton/Dev/EditPlus/EditPlus.exe call reform [ either file? exe [to-local-file clean-path exe] [exe] either file? file [to-local-file clean-path file] [file] ] ] Anton.