R: nondosfilewarning help

msmoore it@kalani.com
Tue Oct 26 22:58:00 GMT 2010


So....

The spelling is correct in the batch file for nodosfilewarning
What should the cygwin echo say because right now it shows nothing when run
ActivePerl is installed to run Perl scripts.  The cygwin variable is after
the perl variable in the environmental path.

thanks




Andy Koppe wrote:
> 
> On 22 October 2010 04:12, msmoore wrote:
>>
>> Unfortunately, the script that was written to run rsync is in perl and
>> has
>> variables for the directory.  It's complicated and I wouldn't know how to
>> change it, which is why I rather just leave it as is and have the
>> "nodosfilewarning' instead.
>>
>> I'm wondering if capitals matter because I wrote set instead of SET
> 
> No, it shouldn't matter for batch scripts, and the script you showed
> should work. Double-check the spelling of 'nodosfilewarning' (since
> the subject of this thread has an extra 'n' in it). Does 'echo
> $CYGWIN' within bash show what's expected? Is that perl script run
> with Windows perl or Cygwin perl? Perhaps it overrides the CYGWIN
> variable?
> 
> Andy
> 
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