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Re^2: pp with gui

by mkmal (Novice)
on Apr 04, 2013 at 19:39 UTC ( #1027028=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: pp with gui
in thread pp with gui

Wow, thanks. This is very helpful and I am going to check everything out. I'm glad I decided to look for posts one more time.


>>Is it possible you *thought* you've corrected the
>>"tkkit.dll" typo, but still have it (maybe in your
>> "build" script?)

I actually cut and pasted the exact command line I entered into my Console window (I'm not using a build script).

Thanks again for posting this and I will report back my progress.


Comment on Re^2: pp with gui
Re^3: pp with gui
by marto (Chancellor) on Apr 04, 2013 at 21:54 UTC

    "I am going to check everything out."

    I live in hope, but we've been round this loop several times before.

    "I actually cut and pasted the exact command line I entered into my Console window (I'm not using a build script)."

    It's inconsistent at various points throught your thread, either you didn't copy and paste it or you've made multiple mistakes when typing it several times. Consider testing paths actually exist, tab them out in the same way you do under linux/unix.

      No inconsistencies whatsoever. golux asked if I was sure that the command I was posting was what was really being entered. His thinking was sound, I could have been running script b but pasting what was in script a. I correctly informed him that I was actually running the command in the console window and I was cutting and pasting the actual command I ran when I got the behavior I was seeing. Note: I never said I typed the command into the command prompt every time, you just inferred that to make your point. It's a long command so I typed it into my command prompt the first time and then cut and pasted that into notepad. I would then cut and paste the command from notepad into my console window. That is why I had the same typo several times. When the typo was pointed out I ran the fixed command in my console and then copied that command to notepad. It is also why I inadvertently called the command later with --gui after I had removed it once for testing. I copied and pasted the command in my console window and removed the --gui. I neglected to remove it from notepad.

        "No inconsistencies whatsoever."

        From Re^4: pp with gui:

        pp --gui -o gui2.exe gui2.pl -l C:/Perl/lib/auto/Tcl/tkki. dll -l C:/P +erl/lib/auto/Tcl/Tcl.dll

        From Re^6: pp with gui:

        pp --gui -o gui2.exe gui2.pl -l C:/Perl/lib/auto/Tcl/tkkid ll -l C:/Pe +rl/lib/auto/Tcl/Tcl.dll -x

        From Re^8: pp with gui (file paths):

        pp --gui -o gui1.exe gui1.pl -l C:/Perl/lib/auto/Tcl/tkkit.dll -l C:/P +erl/lib/auto/Tcl/Tcl.dll -x

        It seems you don't understand what the word inconsistent means.

        "Note: I never said I typed the command into the command prompt every time, you just inferred that to make your point.

        Nonsense, try actually reading what I wrote.

        "That is why I had the same typo several times."

        More nonsense, as I demonstrate you do it differently multiple times.

        "It is also why I inadvertently called the command later with --gui after I had removed it once for testing.

        Multiple times you were asked to stop using this, why didn't it occur to you that you kept using this and clouding the issue? Copying and pasting things doesn't seem to be working our for you. Nor does actually reading the documentation for the tools you've chosen to use. Attention to detail is required.

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