BAT2CSH, Version 1.10, Release May 23, 1995
BAT2CSH is a filter program that translates DOS batch files to UNIX C shell
scripts. It reads from standard input and writes to standard output.
1. You should have all the files listed in the MANIFEST file.
2. Copy BAT2CSH.EXE to a directory on your path.
3. Copy BAT2CSH.MAN to a directory where you keep your documentation,
or print it for reference.
Complete source code for BAT2CSH is provided. To recompile, you will
need LEX and a C compiler. I used FLEX 2.5.1 and Borland C 3.1. The
MAKEFILE is set up for this combination.
FLEX 2.5.1 was obtained via anonymous ftp from oak.oakland.edu
(188.8.131.52), directory SimTel/msdos/gnuish, file flex251x.zip.
The FLEX output is in lexyy.c. If you don't have FLEX and don't want
to get it, you can make minor changes to this file and recompile.
Usually it is better to use FLEX and make changes directly to bat2csh.l.
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the original source in any derived work.
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warranties, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
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