[Coco] Re: Path command wasRe: OS-9 LVL II
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sat Feb 19 00:14:34 EST 2005
Bob, If you put the PATH command in startup, won't it only set path for the
Is there a way to set path for all open shell windows without having to go
to each screen and
using a script or typing path=whatever ?
"Robert Gault" <robert.gault at worldnet.att.net> wrote
in message news:42156377.6050009 at worldnet.att.net...
> John, this took awhile to track down.
> The Path command is built into ShellPlus so you won't see it as a separate
> command anywhere. The syntax is path= (pathnames) or path=? the latter
> will display whatever was set as alternate command paths.
> A typical use of this command might be from a script or in startup:
> path= /d1/CMDS /d2/GAMES/CMDS /h1/EDITORS/CMDS
> Multiple paths should be separated by a space.
> There are two versions of ShellPlus on RTSI and one in the NitrOS-9
> distribution disks at www.nitros9.org
> John Donaldson wrote:
>> I am setting up my JC/JV Emulator with NitrOS9 both 6809 and 6309
>> version. I am also want to setup
>> different development packages, but don't want to have to put evrything
>> into /DD?CMDS.
>> I think I remember that shell+ allows multi-Directories to be searched
>> so that if the command is NOT in
>> CMDS, it then searches the next directory in the list. If I remember
>> correctly it is like the PATH
>> command under MSDOS.
>> I need the correct syntax and where it is placed.
>> John Donaldson
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