linux music tools It is quite possible and was done all the time in the bad
arimo at iki.fi
Wed Jul 29 09:38:02 UTC 2015
Thank God you cannot use if and goto same way as in DOS.
echo Test bash batch file
if test -n "$1"
echo You entered $1.
echo You must enter a command line parameter.
Note that on DOS example the execution iirc does not stop at the :end
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Tony Baechler kirjoitti
> Subject: Re: linux music tools It is quite possible and was done all the time
> in the bad
> Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2015 02:23:03 -0700
> From: Tony Baechler <tony at baechler.net>
> To: Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>
> OK, how about this? Even taking into account the differences in command
> names (mv instead of rename, cp for copy, etc) how do you make something like
> this work?
> @echo off
> echo Test DOS batch file
> if "%1" == "" goto help
> goto end
> echo You must enter a command line parameter.
> echo You entered %1.
> Granted, the above example doesn't actually do anything useful, but trying to
> do something simlar in bash won't work. Again, I realize you use $1 instead
> of %1, but you can't use "if" and "goto" in the same way. I don't think
> there even is a goto command.
> On 7/28/2015 9:43 PM, Christopher Chaltain wrote:
>> I'm not sure why you're bringing aliases into the discussion. You don't'
>> need to use aliases if you're just writing a simple script analogous to a
>> batch file. If you want to batch commands in a shell script then you can do
>> that just as you do in DOS. The only real difference I can think of is that
>> your script file has to be executable and has to start with the scripting
>> language you want to use. If that's what's making the outline of scripts
>> more complicated then I can't argue with that. If what you're familiar with
>> makes something simpler and makes more sense then again, I can't disagree
>> with that.
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