|DOS batch to Unix shell translator? Stephen.Darlington@durham.ac.uk (Stephen Darlington) (1994-07-21)|
|Re: DOS batch to Unix shell translator? email@example.com (1994-07-30)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Bradley Hards)|
|Organization:||Computer Science Dept, University of Queensland|
|Date:||Sat, 30 Jul 1994 04:34:36 GMT|
The moderator writes:
[I suspect that you'll find the supporting programs, e.g. grep, more of a
challenge to translate than the shell syntax. -John]
Maybe not. The gnuish project has done many ports of basic Unix(tm)
type utilities into DOS. Available on any SIMTEL mirror, as gnuish/
Without looking, there are probably some sh(1) type shells available
for DOS, and that might be easier to work with.
For those with a propensity for paying money for SW, the MKS toolkit
is often recommended.
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