[Pharo-project] Call a external executable file. What is the best option?
bschwab at anest.ufl.edu
Sun Feb 13 19:20:59 CET 2011
I think you will find that OS Process work on mac an Linux and NOT on Windows, but ProcessWrapper does work there. A test on the OS should let you interchange them well enough to get by.
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Subject: [Pharo-project] Call a external executable file. What is the best option?
I need call executable files of OS. I see various options, but I´m not sure.
I believe don´t understand correctly.
-Call executable files from system.
-Call associated programs of links, for example, I could pass
'http://google.com'. The result must be open the default browser of user
with that link.
-Call commands or .BATs files from OS.
-I need use that on any OS, must be cross-platform, is very important.
If that is not implemented on Pharo, is possible create a .exe file with
another language, where I call functions of OS, and invoke from Smalltalk
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