I was playing with cmd.exe, but in its help I didn't find any info, how to define arrays. I have found, how to define simple variables: set a = 10 echo %a% But, I want to create arrays, linked lis...
pip is a replacement for easy_install. But should I install pip using easy_install on Windows? Is there a better way?
I am writing a batch file script using Windows command-line environment and want to change each occurrence of some text in a file (ex. "FOO") with another (ex. "BAR"). What is the simplest way to do t...
I tried to install the Python package dulwich: pip install dulwich But I get a cryptic error message: error: Unable to find vcvarsall.bat The same happens if I try installing the package manua...
I have a directory which hosts all of my Django apps (C:\My_Projects). I want to add this directory to my pythonpath so I can call the apps directly. I have tried adding C:\My_Projects\; to my Path v...
I ran into ss64.com which provides good help regarding how to write batch scripts that the Windows Command Interpreter will run. However, I have been unable to find a good explanation of the grammar ...
I was looking into Valgrind to help improve my C coding/debugging when I discovered it is only for Linux - I have no other need or interest in moving my OS to Linux so I was wondering if there is a eq...
Is there any way to tinker with the iPhone SDK on a Windows machine? Are there plans for an iPhone SDK version for Windows? The only other way I can think of doing this is to run a Mac VM image on a ...
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I set a variable in CMD on Windows 8.1 with the set command, and tried to echo it. Here is an example: C:\Users\Logan>set var = text C:\Users\Logan>set var var = text C:\Users\Logan>e...