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RE: CYGWIN file structure
- To: "'Eric M. Monsler'" <emonsler at beamreachnetworks dot com>, James Bergstrom <bergstro at eng dot utah dot edu>
- Subject: RE: CYGWIN file structure
- From: Heribert Dahms <heribert_dahms at icon-gmbh dot de>
- Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 21:22:11 +0200
- Cc: cygwin at sources dot redhat dot com
the ls is superfluos, because a unix shell already expands wildcards
for IMG_FILE in image*.tif; do
Bye, Heribert (email@example.com)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric M. Monsler [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 02:57
> To: James Bergstrom
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: CYGWIN file structure
> Your request is so broad as to be hardly answerable.
> For example, 'ls' is a utility distributed with cygwin that is often
> used for examining filenames in a directory.
> How about something like:
> for IMG_FILE in $(ls image*.tif); do
> NEWFILE=$(echo $IMG_FILE | sed s/image/proc_image/ )
> process_image_binary -i $IMG_FILE -o $NEW_FILE
> rm $IMG_FILE
> as a solution?
> (Note that the above has typos or other bugs with probability
> approaching 1. These have been left in as an exercise for the student.)
> I do recall some messages about accessing directory contents from C
> code. IIRC, the list of POSIX calls available under cygwin, available
> from the cygwin website, included the apropriate item. I'm a little
> busy, myself, to search the archives right now...
> Eric Monsler
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