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Yes. I transfer the code to Linux and it could be run. thanks Vito
On Thu, 01 Nov 2012 08:43:41 GMT, Vito Di Benedetto wrote:
> Hi Julien, > maybe the issue is due to the different way Linux and windows deal > with "end of line" character. > You could try to convert your macro in Linux "end of line" style. To > do this use the command dos2unix > > dos2unix macro.mac > > macro.mac will be overwritten in a Linux "end of line" style file. > > If you don't have dos2unix command available you should be able to find > it in your Fedora packages manager. > > Cheers, > Vito >