Issue #399 resolved

m <target> command not working

Saurabh Kathpalia
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There is a problem in the documentation in this page. Wiki says that m <target> but this doesn't work. To make it run we have to use ./m <target> or source m <target>

Comments (5)

  1. Saurabh Kathpalia reporter

    I moved the m file to the moin-2.0-venv-python/bin/ then it is working. needs to be changed.

    def create_m():
        """Create an 'm.bat or 'm' bash script that will run using this Python"""
        if WINDOWS_OS:
            with open('m.bat', 'w') as f:
                f.write(':: {}\n\n@{} %*\n'.format(WIN_INFO, sys.executable))
            with open('m', 'w') as f:
                f.write('# {}\n\n{} $*\n'.format(NIX_INFO, sys.executable))
                os.fchmod(f.fileno(), 0775)

    It is creating file m in the same directory but it should make that file in the ../moin-2.0-venv-python/bin/

  2. Roger Haase

    Agree, the docs must be changed to explain that "./m" should be used for unix and "m" works for windows.

    ./m runs will activate the virtual env if it is required to run the target command. the "m" script is intended to be located in the repo root.

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