Making Unix like paths work when using java program from Cygwin
Fri May 18 15:12:00 GMT 2012
The java aspect looks like a red herring as not relevant to the problem.
You want to run a *nix shell script and presumably don't want to write your own bat file doing the same job.
I'm probably missing something but given that there's cygwin, and it's a *nux script, what about just editing the script for your computer, amending the paths in the script, with a find and replace, so /ABC/XYZ is replaced with /cygdrive/c/ABC/XYZ and running the script in cygwin.
--- On Fri, 18/5/12, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> From: Earnie Boyd
> Subject: Re: Making Unix like paths work when using java program from Cygwin
> To: cygwin
> Date: Friday, 18 May, 2012, 15:58
> On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 9:22 AM,
> Csaba Raduly wrote:
> > On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 1:51 PM, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> >> On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 4:56 AM, himoundary wrote:
> >>> I am working in a team where everyone else has
> a Linux/Mac OS X workstation,
> >>> but I have a windows workstation. Our project
> uses a shell script and a java
> >>> program to automate some deployment/setup etc,
> which needs to create some
> >>> directories of the sort /ABC/XYZ.
> >>> Obviously such paths are not valid in Windows.
> >> You spread falsities about Windows. Try the
> following in cmd.exe and
> >> you will be in a shock for your life.
> >> mkdir /ABC/XYZ
> > Well, I tried it. Maybe you should have, too.
> I have before but not working today! ;p
> However rmdir "/abc/xyz" did, note the quotes; the mkdir
> command did
> not. The one thing I find in Windows, nothing is
> > H:\>mkdir /ABC/XYZ
> > The syntax of the command is incorrect.
> > When it comes to computers, it takes more than that to
> shock me :)
> I'm still surprised occasionally but not often.
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