cygwin-email utility clipping attached zips

Saro Engels ps_ml@gmx.de
Wed Jan 10 17:58:00 GMT 2007


Saro Engels schrieb:
>> I spoke with Dean as well, the author, and he advised the same.  I 
>> wrote a little script that accomplishes what I need, and wanted to 
>> share it, pasted in line below:
>>
>> email.bash
>> #!/bin/bash
>> export file=""
>> for x in *.pdf; do
>>         export file=$file,$x
>> done
>> echo $file
>> email user@domain.com -s test -a $file < sample.txt
>>
> 
> I think you should better use the following thing:
> $ file=*.pdf; file=`echo $file | sed "s/ /,/"`
> $ echo $file
> $ email user@domain.com -s test -a $file < sample.txt
> 
> your code will return a list starting with a comma:
> $ echo $file
> ,file1.pdf,file2.pdf,file3.pdf...
> 
> See it as an improvement - I needed quite long for that part.
> SE

I wasn't right:
It should be:
$ file=*.pdf; file=`echo $file | sed "s/ /,/g"`
$ echo $file
$ email user@domain.com -s test -a $file < sample.txt

;-)
SE


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