SPUG: Re: need help related to file i/o in perl

Aaron W. West tallpeak at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 27 01:31:55 CST 2004

Most compilers and assemblers have an option to change the output, or 
object, directory. Try specifying that option first.

If that doesn't work, perhaps you can do a chdir() before running the 
assembler, and perhaps the assembler generates output files in the current 
working directory.. Then just specify the full path to the assembler file in 
the command-line, eg c:/path/myfile.asm

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sachin Chaturvedi" <sachin_chat at coolgoose.com>
To: <spug-list at mail.pm.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 26, 2004 10:03 PM
Subject: SPUG: need help related to file i/o in perl


I am running a perl script which does system(arg), such that in arg it calls 
a application like assembler taking
parameters as .asm files and generates .qo (object) files . i want to 
transfer all my temporary file like object file
to other directory.


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