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Professional application developer for a large telecommunications company. I work on the software that manages their IT infrastructure (networks, computers, operating systems, etc). Most of my work is in Unix/Linux environments (Sun, HPUX and RHEL).

All opinions stated are my own and not that of my employer.

"I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand." ~ Confucius

"Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen." - Edward V. Berard


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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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accepted Windows recursive touch command
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Analytical
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awarded  Student
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accepted Using SQLite3 with Cygwin
Mar
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comment Using SQLite3 with Cygwin
I was able to get it working by downloading the native build version through cygwin (your second option). I didn't even think about that option, heh. Thanks for the great explanation of why it doesn't work. I did try the first also, and it kind of worked (like you mentioned). There seemed to be a "buffer" delay where it would dump info in screens after you passed some threshold of characters. Thanks again.
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awarded  Editor
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revised Using SQLite3 with Cygwin
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Mar
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comment Using SQLite3 with Cygwin
I type "sqlite3" at the cygwin bash command prompt and the program just hangs. I have to use CTRL + C to exit and return back to the command prompt. When it starts "running" nothing happens.
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asked Using SQLite3 with Cygwin
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awarded  Scholar
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
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comment Windows recursive touch command
The "accepted" answer in that link is about using .NET programming libraries to accomplish that for one file. The others were about adding a context menu to update single files. I was looking for a built in command to do it to N files recursively. The answer below worked for doing it for all files. It's not a built-in, but it works. Thanks.
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asked Windows recursive touch command