From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-26 14:09:18
At 09:07 2005-05-26, Jeff Flinn wrote:
>It just occurred to me that as an infrequent command line user, that the
>dashes in names are intimidating because I have always thought that '-' is a
>special character for introducing a parameter. So that makes 'vc-7_1' look
>more complex than it may really be.
'-' isn't used in windows to introduce options, '/' is.
Also, if they're not preceeded by a space ' ' then they aren't special.
>Do most users ever see(or need be concerned with) what these parameters
>eventually expand to?
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