We have created a new file format for creating shell scripts.
The main reason for a new format is that you have one file no matter the OS you use.
And it takes care of using undefined variables on Linux.
You can edit .rrEnv with application [RR]\bin\...\baEnvFile_Editor .
The baEnvFile_Editor can add/delete new lines with the "+/-" sign.
It offers available syntax options via a dropdown list.
How to use:
- Please start [RR]\bin\...\baEnvFile_Editor
- Set a filename (either existing or new).
- add/delete lines with +/-
- Choose your type of line via the dropdown list.
Note: "If" does always require an "EndIf" in any following line.
- Enter your values
This application can be used to automatically create shell scripts from .rrEnv files.
It is even possible to create a shell script that uses baConvertEnvFile to convert an .rrEnv file and then directly call the newly created file.