Why does the cd() command make the shell stop processing ?
Sun Nov 14 04:36:51 CET 2010
Ok, thanks to all who replied.
Does ^G work on Windows?
When I use ^G, it doesn't abort a running program.
On Nov 10, 7:47 am, Fred Hebert <> wrote:
> You're escaping the last " with the system path. This means the string is
> never closed.
> Try forward slashes, they work well on Windows 7 (untested on other
> On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 10:44 AM, Mr C <> wrote:
> > After entering cd ("c:\Users\MyUserName\Documents\Src\Erlang\").
> > the prompt line number that is displayed is the same line number as
> > before entering the cd() command.
> > The shell doesn't properly process any erlang code after that line is
> > entered.
> > I'm using Windows 7 Professional with Erlang R14B (erts-220.127.116.11)
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