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RE: Noob question on pre-commit windows script

From: Tom Blough <tom.blough_at_truetemper.com>
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2008 10:12:51 +0800

> Simon Large wrote
> <snip>
> At least on my system I don't need to specify cmd.exe; a
> batch file runs just fine for me. The hook settings shown in
> the docs are a snapshot of one I have actually tried.
> On another issue, I don't get any output into the command
> window. Using this sample script: @echo off echo hello Simon
> dir c:\ pause
> I get a blank box flash up and disappear immediately. If I
> change the 3rd line to dir/s the box stays up for as long as
> the dir takes, but there is still no output. Pause doesn't
> work, but maybe that's to be expected as we're not expecting
> the hook to require user input.

I experienced the same thing with wait and hide settings and the use of
pause. No mater what I did, I could not get the command window to stay on
the screen. AS of W2K, .cmd and .bat are synonyms and since DOS is "gone",
you no longer need to exec a command interperter to execute one.



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