On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 4:43 AM, Kraus Philipp wrote:Yes, it works. The execution stops at the first failing command. If
> I try to run more than one command within the MinGW shell: cd mydir; ./configure; make; make install
> but this does not work. The cd command creates the error that the path does not exists, but if I run each
> command alone all commands are working.
you want the execution of the commands to execute regardless of if
they fail then you need to use || instead of ; where || represents OR.
The ; is being treated as && which represents AND.
The MSYS shell is bash which is usually what you would use on Linux.
> How can I concat the commands, so that are run one after another? On Linux I use the ; for seperating each
And on Linux a failing command will stop the execution of the multiple
statements on one command line.