3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 30, 2015 2:15 PM by Bill Robinson

    nsh -~ //target/ //@/path/to/script.nsh ... What does -~ do exactly?

    Yanick Girouard

      I was poking around trying to understand what exactly the application is doing when running each type of NSH Script Job, and noticed this funky syntax I didn't know about for Type 1 NSH Script Jobs:


      nsh -~ //target/ //@/path/to/script.nsh


      I've tested it from my local NSH shell and sure enough, it seems to be doing exactly what a type 1 job does, that is, cd to the target and then execute NSH against it.


      This -~ thing is not documented in nsh's man page, so I take it's it was meant to be used by the app server only, but I'd be quite interested to know what it does exactly.