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Re: antrun versus wsl versus cygwin




Am 18.02.2019 um 14:07 schrieb Houder:
> On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 13:15:02, Franz Fehringer  wrote:
>> Am 18.02.2019 um 11:42 schrieb Houder:
> [snip]
> 
>>> Now show us the output of an antrun script, where the executable
>>> is C:\Tools\Cygwin\bin\which and its argument: bash
>>>
>>> Henri
>>>
>>>
>>
>> <exec executable="C:\Tools\Cygwin\bin\which" failonerror="true">
>>   <arg line="bash" />
>> </exec>
>> <exec executable="bash" failonerror="true">
>>   <arg line="-c src/main/resources/build" />
>> </exec>
>>
>> gives
>>
>> [exec] /usr/bin/bash
>> [exec] W i n d o w s   S u b s y s t e m   f o r   L i n u x   h a s   n
>> o   i n s t a l l e d   d i s t r i b u ti o n s .
>> [exec]    D i s t r i b u t i o n s   c a n   b e   i n s t a l l e d
>> b y   v i s i t i n g   t h e   M i c r o s o f t   S t o r e :
>> [exec]    h t t p s : / / a k a . m s / w s l s t o r e
>>
>> It is as if C:\Windows\System32 were hardcoded somewhere
>> The ant exec documentation says
>> "The <exec> task delegates to Runtime.exec which in turn apparently
>> calls ::CreateProcess. It is the latter Win32 function that defines the
>> exact semantics of the call. "
> 
> This tells me that "Cygwin" is in C:\Tools\Cygwin\bin; it also tells me
> that cygwin1.dll is that directory, as "which" can be invoked ...
> 
> And bash is also found in C:\Tools\Cygwin\bin, I believe. (which can be
> verified by "where bash").
> 
> Consequenly Cygwin's bash can be invoked (even from a Windows JVM). It
> does not matter that Runtime.exec calls ::CreateProcess.
> 
> I have no idea what "build" is or does ...
> 
> Apparently, it refers in some way to the WSL executables ...
> 
> As Windows JVM is not installed at my place (and I am using W7, where
> WSL cannot be installed), I cannot help you forward beyond this point.
> 
> Henri
> 
> 

build is some simple script which does not in any way refer to wsl. The
result woould be the same without (i will check in the evening).



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