Within ConTEXT, I've made a batch file that (amongst other things) compresses a directory. (or at least that's the idea.) This is on XP SP1.
I keep getting an error I find annoying:
> Executing: D:\Program Files\ConTEXT\ConExec.exe "C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe" /S /Q /c "D:\Apps\FURC\2004\Makefile.bat"
Make file for the game FIRST Frenzy: Raising the Bar (2004)
Compressing via 7-Zip...
'"ZFURCFURC\data\2004\*"' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Checking, compressing vertices, and convert to dynavis.
> Execution finished.
I've tried all I can to fix this, AND I CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT!
Here's the batch file:
rem this is the path to the FURC project root (CHANGE LOCALLY!)
rem this is the path to the CrystalSpace project root (CHANGE LOCALLY!)
rem this is the path to 7-Zip's install dir (CHANGE LOCALLY!)
rem 7-Zip can be obtained from SourceForge
set 7Z=D:\Program Files\7-Zip
rem begin code
echo Make file for the game FIRST Frenzy: Raising the Bar (2004)
echo Making world file from 3ds...
rem "%CS%\3ds2lev.exe" -v -pl -o %FURC%\data\2004\world 2004-field.3ds
echo Compressing via 7-Zip...
"%7Z%\7z.exe" a -y -r -tzip "%FURC%\data\2004.zip" "%FURC%\data\2004\*"
echo Checking, compressing vertices, and convert to dynavis.
rem "%CS%\levtool.exe" -compress -dynavis "%FURC%\data\2004.zip"
All of the files exist. But I can't get it to not give me the error!
Can anyone enlighten me as to how to fix it? When I run the offending line in the command prompt (with replacements made), it works fine!
oops, I forgot to mention my 7-Zip version!
I just dowloaded it earlier today. (4.13 beta)