/S=C does not work if relative paths for the files to compar

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LGU
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/S=C does not work if relative paths for the files to compar

Post by *LGU » 2013-11-16, 17:47 UTC

Assuming two files to compare in the dir c:\temp :

C:\temp>dir tc*

Verzeichnis von C:\temp

16.11.2013 18:07 9.070 tc1.txt
16.11.2013 18:07 10.150 tc2.txt

This command works :

C:\temp>C:\totalcmd\TOTALCMD64.EXE /S=C c:\temp\tc1.txt c:\temp\tc2.txt

Both following command syntaxes do NOT work (files not retrieved) :

C:\temp>C:\totalcmd\TOTALCMD64.EXE /S=C .\tc1.txt .\tc2.txt

C:\temp>C:\totalcmd\TOTALCMD64.EXE /S=C tc1.txt tc2.txt

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2013-11-16, 18:09 UTC

How should TV now where youre files are located
if you use simple or relative names ?

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