• Jsexec

    From DesotoFireflite@VERT/VALHALLA to Digital Man on Thu Jun 23 15:36:38 2022
    I'm using JSEXEC to run a js file in a dos batchfile. Do you see any harm in this procedure. It seems to be working ok, I just don't want to be causing unseen issues.

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    If exist c:\sbbs\ftn\filebox\mojo\*.* goto poll
    goto end
    :poll
    cd\sbbs\exec
    jsexec binkit -p
    :end



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  • From Digital Man@VERT to DesotoFireflite on Thu Jun 23 12:57:31 2022
    Re: Jsexec
    By: DesotoFireflite to Digital Man on Thu Jun 23 2022 03:36 pm

    I'm using JSEXEC to run a js file in a dos batchfile. Do you see any harm in this procedure. It seems to be working ok, I just don't want to be causing unseen issues.

    ----- Snippit --------
    If exist c:\sbbs\ftn\filebox\mojo\*.* goto poll
    goto end
    :poll
    cd\sbbs\exec
    jsexec binkit -p
    :end

    No, no issue. You don't need the "cd" line though, just run "\sbbs\exec\jsexec binkit -p" or if sbbs/exec is already in your path (it usually is), just "jsexec binkit -p".
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