I have an exe that runs PowerShell scripts (or any executable) completely hidden. It’s called RunHiddenConsole.exe (https://github.com/wenshui2008/RunHiddenConsole) I added it to my system PATH along with some other executables: C:ToolsscriptsPATH Now, if I invoke the script manually via Command Line like this: RunHiddenConsole powershell.exe -file "C:ToolsscriptsCopyDirStructure.ps1" "C:Toolsspeccy" Everything is peachy and the script runs as ..
I build a Trace Embedder which can embedd code by manupulation the instruction language (IL) directly in a C# application without the need of the whole project. So basically I only need a executable X and nothing more for that. Still one problem remains, when I embedd some classes from another DDL, X must resolve ..
I install PostgerSQL on Windows. I also added the bin and lib to PATH, using the following command: cd C:Program FilesPostgreSQLbin set path=%PATH%;%CD% setx path "%PATH%" Then, I check the psql version by psql –version command, and it display: WARNING: The data being saved is truncated to 1024 characters. SUCCESS: Specified value was saved. Then, ..
Der all, I am certain, that this question has been asked…. still i could not find the answer here. I have a Pyscripts-folder on a my ondrive were some utility scripts are stored. I am on win 10 and my Path and PYTHONPATH seem fine. Currently *.py files are associate with pycharm. If i tpye ..
I am starting Unity processes via windows bat with some params every 10 seconds: :START "C:Program FilesUnityHubEditor19.4.17f1EditorUnity.exe" -some params TIMEOUT 10 GOTO :START Every time after Unity updates, I have to manually change path folder, in this case 2019.4.17f1. Is there a way to go to "C:Program FilesUnityHubEditor", list directories, fill the path with newest ..
I am having a very weird problem with gradle and im not sure what is wrong. Java 17 is not installed or anywhere in my path. JAVA_HOME and the java bin are correct in my path. I cant even find the "I cannot find the java executable" string in the gradle.bat or gradle files. Thank ..
I’ve not been able to actually get EGM96 to WGS84 transformations to work in PROJ C++. I have however, gotten what I want to work in python, via pyproj, like this: from pyproj import Transformer, CRS from pyproj.transformer import TransformerGroup, TransformDirection from pyproj.datadir import append_data_dir, get_data_dir def main(): lat = 43.70012234 lng = -79.41629234 z ..
I want to update PATH on Windows via a bash script and then invoke the program. The problem is that bash requires a restart to see the updated path, and I don’t want to restart it because I want my script to continue working. A more concrete example is the following script: if ! command ..
Run git –exec-path gets C:/Program Files/Git/mingw64/libexec/git-core, I can open this path in the File Explorer without issues. But when using explorer C:/Program Files/Git/mingw64/libexec/git-core, the folder can’t be opened successfully, I assume it’s because the path contains forward slashes. So, how to open a path with forward slashes through the command line on Windows? Source: Windows ..
I used to be able to type wsl$Ubuntu in the address bar in MS Windows File Explorer and I would be able to browse my WSL files. After an automated Windows upgrade, now I cannot access my WSL files the same way as I used to. Currently I get this error: Windows cannot access wsl$Ubuntu ..