At 20:04 03.05.2001 +0300, Andi Gutmans wrote:
>At 12:59 PM 5/3/2001 -0400, Joe Brown wrote:
>>echo typically is not a program.
>>It is a command in the CMD.exe or programs.
>>$output=exec("cmd -c echo hello"); //should produce the desired effect.
>>Why piping output to a file changes this fact, is beyond me.
>The definition of exec() is that it uses popen() which starts a shell 
>automatically. Anyway, the problem was very Windows specific and doesn't 
>have anything to do with the syntax he used.

right now we are executing the programm direct, without creating a console.
maybe we should manage a list of internal commands, like echo, dir, 
copy,... and create  a console for them...


daniel beulshausen - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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