I am working on Windows, and have associated .plx as direct run perl script. It means, when I double click on a .plx file, Windows will invoke the perl interpreter to run the script file. Now I wonder if I can drag drop another dir/file/shortcut to the .plx file, and the .plx file could somehow retrieve the file path as argument.
I actually have a workable solution, which is to create a .bat file as the argument taking interface, and then forward to the script via %1 %2... But I'd like to see if this can be more straight forward (ie. directly drop on the .plx file). Thank you very much for any clues.