Problem with "back tick"

#1
Folks,

in the .NET programming world, I have a tool I need to use to create C# code from WSDL/XSD files.

This "svcutil" tool requires me to specify a "back tick" on the command line, like this:

svcutil.exe (some files specified) /ct:System.Collections.Generic.List`1

Trouble is - when I try to execute this as a *.cmd or *.btm file, TCMD (v9 and v10) just tells me: " No closing quote" .....

Well, duh - it's not a "opening-and-closing quote" what I need here - I need to be able to specify the back-tick as a parameter to svcutil.

How can I do that????

Marc
 
#2
On Mon, 16 Mar 2009 06:54:41 -0500, mscheuner <> wrote:

|This "svcutil" tool requires me to specify a "back tick" on the command line, like this:
|
|svcutil.exe (some files specified) /ct:System.Collections.Generic.List`1
|
|Trouble is - when I try to execute this as a *.cmd or *.btm file, TCMD (v9 and v10) just tells me: " No closing quote" .....
|
|Well, duh - it's not a "opening-and-closing quote" what I need here - I need to be able to specify the back-tick as a parameter to svcutil.
|
|How can I do that????

v:\> echoargs.exe filename /ct:System.Collections.Generic.List^k1
echoargs.exe
filename
/ct:System.Collections.Generic.List`1
--
- Vince
 
#3
echo %=`

The %= escapes the next character from being handled specially.

Or, use "setdos /x-7" which will remove "Quoting (affects back-quotes
[`] and double quotes ["]) and square brackets)"

On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 4:54 AM, mscheuner <> wrote:

> Folks,
>
> in the .NET programming world, I have a tool I need to use to create C# code from WSDL/XSD files.
>
> This "svcutil" tool requires me to specify a "back tick" on the command line, like this:
>
> svcutil.exe (some files specified) /ct:System.Collections.Generic.List`1
>
> Trouble is - when I try to execute this as a *.cmd or *.btm file, TCMD (v9 and v10) just tells me: " No closing quote" .....
>
> Well, duh - it's not a "opening-and-closing quote" what I need here - I need to be able to specify the back-tick as a parameter to svcutil.
>
> How can I do that????
>
> Marc
>
>
>
>
>


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