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Re: writing mathematica script files for the math kernel under linux

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  • Subject: [mg25529] Re: writing mathematica script files for the math kernel under linux
  • From: Phlip <phlip_cpp at my-deja.com>
  • Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 23:50:48 -0400 (EDT)
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Jos Bergervoet wrote:

> Phlip <phlip_cpp at my-deja.com> wrote:
>
> > You'l probably be fine with 'mash.c' on your Linux. But I can't
> > understand why so powerful and flexible a package should require
such
> > ridiculous hacks to beat the simple use-case of "scripting" out of
it.
>
> But for what exactly do you need mash.c? What is wrong with the
> 'math < inputfile > outputfile' solution? Until now I was satisfied
> with that method to invoke mathematica from within a unix shell
> (and with the '!' prefix to invoke the shell from within math) so
> you made me curious what I am missing :-)

At the time I wrote that I was using Mac, which we all know is superior
to command line interfaces...

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