[Coco] How to permanently change NitrOS-9 directories within a script?
SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
Mon May 13 23:15:59 EDT 2019
Add "var.0=12" to the script call for example.
That is in the script "w.s" on:
That script creates two new windows and changes the current window color
to what I can best read. "Windows.s is my starting new windows and
changing the current window master script.
On 5/13/2019 3:41 PM, William Carlin wrote:
> Since we are delving into shell+ territory. What is the proper method to pass a command line parameter to a shell variable? The equivalent in MSDOS would be %1
> How do I do that in shell+
> William H. Carlin, Jr.
>> On May 12, 2019, at 23:00, Stephen Fischer <SFischer1 at mindspring.com> wrote:
>> My memory suggests "shell i=/w2 & ; EX"
>> Which starts a new shell keeping it's settings and ends the current shell.
>> For a while my ShellPlus 2.1 samples and documentation is still here:
>>> On 5/12/2019 6:42 AM, Robert Gault wrote:
>>> I think you mean something like shell i=/w2&
>>> which will start a new shell in a specific window leaving you in the current shell and screen.
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