Thanks for all that - but I think you missed the point. I need to set up
the env path of the machine permanantly. Say we wanted to bring in a new
build machine or the old one died/I spilled coffee on it… :s The point
being that I want the environment variables on the machine, not in the
shortcut/script/kernal I’m running. I have done something similar before
using NSIS which worked great as lots of programs had to also be
installed and programs placed in folders etc.
And by thinking in ant - I’m new to ruby and with Ant I know there’s
pretty much nothing I can’t do - it’s mostly all been tasked before so I
merely sent a few parameter through and what I want happens magically!
I’m sure it’ll be even easier with Ruby but I’m still finding my feet. (
Thanks a lot for the input everyone, it’s greatly appreciated!
Especially such great information in such massive quantities and so
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