[ros-kernel] a couple of cmd.exe fixes - commit-help?
jens.collin at lakhei.com
Sat Jul 17 00:01:19 CEST 2004
Very good idea indeed! I have't even thought of it in windows from
commandline before, just never felt the need I guess.
I've implemented this and commited it just now. My first personal commit
btw :) Woohoo :)
The function works in windows but not on ros because there is something
wrong with ShellExecute itself. I haven't dug too deep on that yet. I'll
check into this one later.
I've taken unicode into considerations but this is a weak area for me so
if someone has a couple of minutes over, could you check it out for me?
(reactos\subsys\system\cmd\cmd.c in Runfile()) I'm not sure if I'm to
prototype the method or if one should use a predifined prototype
somewhere global or something. Thanks.
From: ros-kernel-bounces at reactos.com
[mailto:ros-kernel-bounces at reactos.com] On Behalf Of Ge van Geldorp
Sent: den 11 juli 2004 20:49
To: 'ReactOS Kernel List'
Subject: RE: [ros-kernel] a couple of cmd.exe fixes - commit-help?
> From: Jens Collin
> Is there a special situation that you were thinking of that
> would be solved with the ShellExecute() call? Or just in case
> we missed anything it will work anyway? ;)
If you type e.g. "example.xls" as a command in win2k cmd.exe, it will
startup Excel for you. I believe this is done by calling ShellExecute().
Ge van Geldorp.
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