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reply Karl Bochert <kbochert copper.net> writes:
Would it be possible to allow command-line options without
 the '='?  The watcom compiler, for instance, allows the use of
'#' instead of the '=' so that batch files will work.

I am aware of the use of shell.exe, but it appears to require
operation from a dos box, lest its console disappear.

I would prefer to be able to just double-click a batch file
to build, rather than opening a console and typing in
the command and target.

A minor nuisance that would require minor effort to fix.

Karl Bochert
Dec 04 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
That's a good idea. -Walter

"Karl Bochert" <kbochert copper.net> wrote in message
news:1103_1039068254 bose...
 Would it be possible to allow command-line options without
  the '='?  The watcom compiler, for instance, allows the use of
 '#' instead of the '=' so that batch files will work.

 I am aware of the use of shell.exe, but it appears to require
 operation from a dos box, lest its console disappear.

 I would prefer to be able to just double-click a batch file
 to build, rather than opening a console and typing in
 the command and target.

 A minor nuisance that would require minor effort to fix.

 Karl Bochert

Dec 12 2002