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Offline raybob

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Using {.delete|a|bin=0.} does not work when "a" points to a folder.


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documentation states "a file", my ass is safe. ;)
Can't you go through {.exec|rmdir /q /s.} to delete it?


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Holy hell you can do CMD commands directly within {.exec.} ???   AHHH I've made so many temporary batch files that can all now be rewritten....  :'(


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{.exec.} This command can also retrieve informations 'out' 'timeout' or 'exit code', if I'm not mistaken

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« Last Edit: July 17, 2012, 04:59:31 PM by Mars »


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yes, try this way
{.exec|cmd /c dir|out=#x.}
{.^#x.}