Haven't been able to make world in about a year
vaaf at broadpark.no
Mon Mar 6 08:29:39 PST 2006
At 22:08 04.03.2006, Stijn Hoop wrote:
>On Sat, Mar 04, 2006 at 05:45:29PM +0100, Kristian Vaaf wrote:
> > At 12:05 03.03.2006, Stijn Hoop wrote:
> > > On Fri, Mar 03, 2006 at 11:58:37AM +0100, Kristian Vaaf wrote:
> > > > I run the script to save time.
> > > > Basically I'd run the exact same chain of commands otherwise.
> > >
> > > You're missing the point: you'd run the exact same chain of commands
> > >
> > > --> _if everything goes according to plan_ <--
> > >
> > > What this list has been telling you is that it sometimes doesn't work
> > > like anyone expects to, and you need to make an informed decision about
> > > the next command to enter instead of having the script proceed.
> > Whether I have my commands in my script or in my head doesn't
> > make any difference. Yes I do read UPDATING and if I notice any
> > changes they will be applied respectively.
>Did you even read what I wrote?
>The moment one step does NOT work in the command sequence, you need to
>alter your next move. No script can be prepared for all the things
>that can happen. Which is why everyone is recommending you NOT to run
>things in a script.
>Also, please keep the mailing list in the loop, to help other people
>asking the same question.
>If today is the first day of the rest of your life, what the hell was
I understand what you mean.
What I'm saying is, I do not expect a script to be prepared.
I am the one reading UPDATING and modifying the script if there is a change.
Manually. Whether I write the sequence in the command line or into
a script that I execute doesn't make no difference!
What do you mean, mailing list in the loop?
I need to write another mail for this thread now, but I should reply
to the proper
mail so I don't confuse you guys up.
Hartelijk dank, Stijn!
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