This is my first time questioning something on superuser, I hope anyone can help me with my problem.
First, let me explain what I'm trying to do. I'm using windows cmd.exe shell to help me combining my picture (hdr format) using another application installed command. The command is quite easy, I just have to write the command and select all the data after it. The command might look as simple as this
mydir > pcomb images\patches\*.hdr > images\combinedimages.hdr
but there goes the error that says
images\patches\*.hdr: Invalid argument
I already search for the solution and then I got some clue. It appears that the '*' wildcard does not work with windows standard shell, even though the wildcard does work with other commands, such as 'type' and 'dir' just like the command bellow
mydir > dir images\patches\*.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p000.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p001.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p002.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p003.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p004.hdr 22/07/2019 13.47 938.824 p005.hdr
Then somebody said that I have to :
- use Cygwin shell by simply installing git for windows (the problem still exist even though I'm using bash typing style).
- I have to provide a full list of files spelled out via some command which I already done (but another problem exist since cmd.exe has a limited number of rows and I have thousand of files to spell out)
is that any workaround from this ?
Sorry for bad grammar written, I'm not too fluent in English