That is a pretty interesting ConTeXt question. I mean it makes a
laudable effort to bring ConTeXt into its context!!

On 8/9/07, Idris Samawi Hamid <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dear gang,
>
> To all you expert script writers and batch wizards on Windows, I have a
> question:
>
> I want to create a batch file to open a program so that it will search the
> contents of C:\ConTeXt, which contains my entire system, including
> subdirectories. For example, if foo.tex is a file in C:\ConTeXt, and
> goo.exe is some program, then for
>
> > goo.bat foo.tex
>
> I want goo to seach C:\ConTeXt for foo.tex. Is there a straightforward way
> to edit the following to get this effect?
>
> ============================
> rem batch file
>
> goo %
> ============================
>
> Any pointers will be appreciated.
>
> Best wishes
> Idris
>
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> Professor Idris Samawi Hamid
> Department of Philosophy
> Colorado State University
> Fort Collins, CO 80523
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