I've got a batch script I use to jump start my development environment. It looks like this
:: Update checkout git pull :: Compile code with Maven call mvn clean install -Pui :: File for a program called Free File Synch which persists changes from one :: part of the file system (my checkout) to another (the static cache generated :: by Maven) source-to-server.ffs_real :: Navigate to the front-end cd .\target\frontend :: Serve to localhost python -m SimpleHTTPServer 80
What I'd like to do is kill the process kicked off by
source-to-server.ffs_real (it's called
RealtimeSync.exe) — in other words include a kind of teardown before the setup. Elsewhere I've read about
killall but these aren't available in my PATH. Surely there must be a windows native way of doing this?