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On Mar 11, Marc Feeley wrote: > I've looked into the syntax of Windows scripts and the compatibility > with the SRFI 22 proposal. First here is some information on Windows > scripts. > > Windows scripts (usually called "batch files") are files with a > ".bat" or ".cmd" extension. This extension can be omitted when > invoking a script. The script is composed of commands, there is no > need for a special "#!..." header. Commands are echoed to standard > output as they are executed, except if they are prefixed with an > at-sign (@) or if the command "@echo off" has been executed in the > script. The script name and arguments are named %0, %1, ..., %9. > [...] I think that I saw somewhere (maybe with SCM?) a "#!" program that you could use to simulate Unix scripts. But anyway, this is not as important as a Unix solution because the standard approach in Windows would be to associate an extension with some executable -- and this association can be automated by installer programs. -- ((lambda (x) (x x)) (lambda (x) (x x))) Eli Barzilay: http://www.barzilay.org/ Maze is Life!