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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Move all files with pattern in filename Post 302749821 by Corona688 on Saturday 29th of December 2012 02:39:34 PM
Old 12-29-2012
You can get busybox for windows which will have most of the usual commands contained in one exe file. No installation necessary at all.
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fvwm-config(1)							   Fvwm Modules 						    fvwm-config(1)

NAME
fvwm-config - query an existing fvwm installation SYNOPSIS
fvwm-config [--help] [--version] [--info] [--prefix] [--exec-prefix] [--bindir] [--datadir] [--libexecdir] [--sysconfdir] [--mandir] [--localedir] [--fvwm-moduledir] [--fvwm-datadir] [--fvwm-perllibdir] [--default-imagepath] [--default-userdir] [--fvwm-exe] [--supports] [--supports-<feature>] [--is-final] [--is-stable] [--release-date] DESCRIPTION
fvwm-config is a shell script that provides an information about the fvwm version, installation directories, built-in paths and supported features. OPTIONS
fvwm-config prints to the standard output in all options. Both short and long GNU-like option names may be used. -h --help -? prints the short usage -v --version -V prints the version -i --info prints the full info page -P --prefix prints the installation prefix -E --exec-prefix prints the installation exec-prefix -B --bindir prints the installation bindir -D --datadir prints the installation datadir -L --libexecdir prints the installation libexecdir -S --sysconfdir prints the installation sysconfdir -M --mandir prints the installation mandir -O --localedir prints the installation localedir -m --fvwm-moduledir prints FVWM_MODULEDIR, where the modules are installed -d --fvwm-datadir prints FVWM_DATADIR, where the system wide configs are installed -p --fvwm-perllibdir prints FVWM_PERLLIBDIR, where the perl library is installed -I --default-imagepath prints the built-in ImagePath -U --default-userdir prints the default FVWM_USERDIR, note: $HOME is not expanded -e --fvwm-exe prints the fvwm executable name (in bindir) -s --supports lists all supported features, one per line --supports-<feature> prints nothing, returns: 0 if the <feature> is supported, 100 if not, 200 if unknown. All or supported feature names may be found using --info or --supports respectively. --is-final prints "yes" for final releases and "no" for cvs snapshots --is-stable prints "yes" for the stable branch and "no" otherwise --release-date prints the release date if the release is final USAGE
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fvwm-config is a part of fvwm package and distributed by the same terms, see GNU GPL. AUTHOR
Mikhael Goikhman <migo@homemail.com> 3rd Berkeley Distribution 7 May 208 (2.5.26) fvwm-config(1)

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