At 07:27 PM 01/16/02 -0800, Jason Birch wrote:
>> Hey David: What's the deal with this? Is the percent sign a shell meta
>I'm not David (sorry for the jump-in Dave)
>but... (NT) %ENVVAR% == (Unix) $ENVVAR
E:\Program Files\SWISH-E>swish-e -w you -x "%t %d" -H0
So is command.com getting confused and thinks:
^^^^ -- these
is a environment variable substitution? That would explain the single "d"
Who writes this stuff? ;)
Does this happen on Win NT or Win2k?
Received on Thu Jan 17 03:53:59 2002