[REBOL] Command Line Revisited
From: learned:talentsinc at: 27-Sep-2001 10:37
In the windows 2k environment, I am seeing some interesting quirks from the
command line. For these examples, I'm leaving pathnames off, though the
effect is the same either way. If I enter the following:
rebol --secure allow -w -q -s script.r c:\filename.txt
I can see the filename in system/script/args with no problem. However, if I
place a do %script.r in my user.r file, and call it with:
rebol --secure allow -w -q c:\filename.txt
I get 'none' in my system/script/args var. Also, if I use the -- delimiter
which should indicate anything else is passed to rebol as an argument as in:
rebol --secure allow -w -q -s script.r -- c:\filename.txt
rebol --secure allow -w -q -- c:\filename.txt
I get 'none' as well. Any thoughts as to why the variations?
One final question. Is there any way to set an environmental var (i.e.
ERRORLEVEL) upon exiting?
G. Edw. Learned - [learned--talentsinc--net]
(Never apply a Star Trek Solution to a Babylon Five Problem)