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Re: unwind_protect

From: Dmitri A. Sergatskov
Subject: Re: unwind_protect
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 11:40:09 -0700
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Henry F. Mollet wrote:


PATH: Command not found.
Location of this file is /users/mollet/.login (see below)


[Henry-Mollets-Computer:~] mollet% cat .cshrc

#Setting Path for Demos of Gnuplot
PATH =  /sw/bin:/sw/share/doc/gnuplot/demo:

I am not a tcsh (or csh in general) expert, but that looks odd to me.
Instead I'd expect something like:

setenv PATH /sw/bin:/sw/share/doc/gnuplot/demo:

Note, even for /bin/sh (or /bin/bash) the original line will not
work -- you need to delete all spaces


I admit I'm having a hard time with setting a PATH, I don't know why I seem
to have such a hard time understanding it.

I looked for "octave_toc.html" but could not find the local file. My tree
looks as follows:
Look what is in there.

And please can somebody tell me what cvs is as in
"Is it possible to have a cvs backup of the wiki?" (Wiki was explained).

It is a popular version control system 




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