Windows 10 Pro
cygwin (bash shell)
I have the output of a find command (Unix GNU find command) that was run on cygwin
The results look like this:
Where the /d is really drive D:\ on windows
The find command finds files recursively and sorts in order of file creation descending (most recent file created first)
Now I want to convert the output (in a file called results.txt) to something I can open in dopus
where dopus would read the file and provide me with an icon for each file that I can double click and open, or drag and drop to the secondary pane for sorting
The following command will not exactly work because the output is in POSIX format with forward / slashes instead of backward \ slashes (windows style path), and there is no D:\ drive indicator in the output file, but rather is like as mentioned above: /d/some/path/to/file.txt
$/dopusrt.exe /col import /create /utf8 "opus-files" ./results.txt
I am typing this command in cygwin bash (on Windows)
How would I get this to work to create a file or some sort of object that can be opened in dopus?
Where does 'dopusrt.exe' put the output of the command?