Delphi Haven – Here’s a few small small OS X (or more generally, Unix and Unix-y) console application tips. All of them are pretty trivial, but I easily forget such things, so they’re for my own future benefit really… If a application isn’t on the system PATH, then you always need to provide a path when running the program on the command line. Happily, relative paths are accepted, and the symbol for ‘the current directory’ (i.e., a single full stop) is the same on Unix and Windows. For example, say you have a console program called MyUtil that has been put in ...
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