On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 3:27 PM, julie dubois <dubju...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok I've tried to add my script perl in the command line with semi-colon.
> It's work
> But this script sets in entry the variable $wigoutput of my file xml. But
> when I show it, it's not what I want; It's just the value : 1 .
> I think it's because the script of the application (macs) is called before
> my script, the $wigoutput doesn't contain the good value when it stops.
> It is what I think, it's not possible to change the extension.
>
> Thank you for your attention and your answers
> Julie

Well, yes, if you do this at the command line:

cmdA; cmdB

then cmdA is executed before cmdB.

Try it yourself at the Unix/Linux prompt, e.g.

date; ls

compared to:

ls; date

If you want to run it first, try putting your script BEFORE the existing
entry in the tool XML's <command> tag.

Peter
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