[Coco] NitrOS-9, ranting about....
asa.rand at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 20:38:01 EDT 2014
The original copy does not require you to enter the filename twice unless
you are in a different data directory from the destination. For example, if
you are currently CHD'd to /DD and the file you want to copy is in /D0, all
you need type is copy /d0/filename (assuming the destination is /DD), and
the file will be copied to /DD. Changing directories may not be your idea
of simple, but you can always use the standard format of copy
origin/filespec destination/filespec if you don't feel like changing
On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Kandur <k at qdv.pw> wrote:
> In the 80-s, loved to work with os-9, especially with L2.
> Over the years, we got spoiled by Linux and Windows,
> and missing the flexibility these offer vs os-9.
> What seem to be missing is,
> the ability to delete a directory recursively, even if it is not empty,
> to copy a file without repeating it's name,
> to get a decent, human friendly directory listing, decimal sizes, etc.
> I'm sure the NitrOS-9 community produced utilities to remedy
> the above shortcomings, Could you help me to find them please?
> While at it, if running nos-9 in Vcc how can we access the files
> from a vhd disk mounted on /H0.
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