[plt-scheme] mzc *.ss

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Sat Nov 28 16:18:07 EST 2009

Under linux, the shell is the one that does the replacing of *.ss with
all of the filenames, before they are processed on the commandline.
For example:

% mzscheme -i- *.ss
Welcome to MzScheme v4.2.1 [3m], Copyright (c) 2004-2009 PLT Scheme Inc.
> (current-command-line-arguments)
#("a.ss" "b.ss" "bug.ss" "tmp.ss" "tmp2.ss")

I'm not sure how that works under windows commandshell, but you might
try using cygwin to get a more unix-like environment.


On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Chongkai Zhu <czhu at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> "mzc *.ss" works under Linux, but not on Windows:
> D:\lib>mzc *.ss
> mzc: file does not exist: *.ss
> === context ===
> for-loop
> C:\Program Files\PLT-\collects\compiler\main.ss: [running body]
> Why?
> Chongkai
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