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Wildcard in windows

Wyllich
Hi everyone.

I have a very quick question : imagine you have a certain number of .pcd
files named <<1.pcd>>, <<2.pcd>>, <<3.pcd>>...

How do you use the windows command prompt with pcl_viewer (release) to print
all those pcd?

I tried

pcl_viewer_release *.pcd

but it actually searched for a file named <<*.pcd>>.

Thanks a lot!



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Re: Wildcard in windows

Fabien Rozar
Hi,

I would try to type something like:
pcl_viewer_release $(ls *.pcd)

Cheers,
frozar

2018-04-18 21:18 GMT+02:00 Wyllich <[hidden email]>:
Hi everyone.

I have a very quick question : imagine you have a certain number of .pcd
files named <<1.pcd>>, <<2.pcd>>, <<3.pcd>>...

How do you use the windows command prompt with pcl_viewer (release) to print
all those pcd?

I tried

pcl_viewer_release *.pcd

but it actually searched for a file named <<*.pcd>>.

Thanks a lot!



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Re: Wildcard in windows

Wyllich
Hi!

Isn't ls a bash command?

I tried your command with various modifications but yup, I'm afraid <<ls>>
is not recognised.

Thanks for taking the time,
William



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Re: Wildcard in windows

Wyllich
A small update :

Currently using Git bash because I couldn't find any quick help for Windows.



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Re: Wildcard in windows

Mike Chinander
Windows PowerShell also supports wildcard expansion like you're expecting. I think it is installed by default on Windows 7 and up.

--Mike

On Mon, Apr 23, 2018 at 9:38 AM, Wyllich <[hidden email]> wrote:
A small update :

Currently using Git bash because I couldn't find any quick help for Windows.


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