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Re: Interface between Cygwin and NT CMD Shell
- To: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com, cgf at cygnus dot com
- Subject: Re: Interface between Cygwin and NT CMD Shell
- From: Zhiguang Qian <zqian at cisco dot com>
- Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 11:21:56 -0400
- Organization: CPVBU
- References: <394E25FF.A205A6B5@cisco.com> <20000619110510.C14829@cygnus.com>
Here is my situation.
I have any application which runs triggers on CMD shell (dos script). I have
unix shell scripts and want to use those unix shell scripts on NT. To do it
I use cygwin. What I did is to wrap "bash <my_unix_scripts>" in a DOS batch
file. Now I need the status of the unix script pass ing back to the
Chris Faylor wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 09:54:07AM -0400, Zhiguang Qian wrote:
> >I'd like to know the interface between Cygwin and NT CMD shell. I am
> >working on a project integrating an application with NT using Cygwin
> >bash. I have to invoke cygwin bash to run boune shell scripts. What does
> >cygwin bash return to CMD shell? How to test the return from cygwin
> >I think this is importent to know this interface because we'd like to
> >integrete cygwin with other developing tools.
> You are aware that the Cygwin library is GPLed, right? That means that
> if you are developing a commercial application with cygwin you should
> contact firstname.lastname@example.org unless you are planning on releasing
> GPLed applications.
> As far as what cygwin returns, since I'm not exactly sure what you're
> asking for, you'd probably be best served by inspecting the code and
> experimenting with simple test programs.
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