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Re: cmd.exe /c exists because of a compilation error transmitted by gnum
J. David Bryan
Re: cmd.exe /c exists because of a compilation error transmitted by gnumake to the shell
Fri, 24 Feb 2006 12:17:46 -0500
On Wed, 22 Feb 2006 15:11:51 -0800, you wrote...
> I need to send back some data to my build manager too, so I need to
> issue several commands at the same line. For example:
> "cmd.exe /c gnumake && pause"
> However, if the build fails...then the command "pause" is not
> ...I am wondering if someone has a workaround or have tackkle the pbl
I believe that:
cmd.exe /c gnumake & pause
...(note the single ampersand) will do what you want. Double-ampersand
means, "Execute the second command only if the first returns without
error." Single-ampersand means, "Execute the second command
unconditionally after the first returns."
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