On Feb 25, 3:44   Үîwrote:
> On Feb 25, 2008, at 3:44 PM, Reacher wrote:
>
> > I figured it out
>
> > $ rake foo:bar\[123\]
> > (in /path/to/my/dir)
> > num = 123
>
> > BTW, csh is evil
>
> Of course csh is evil!  𺯯
>
> This works just fine with bash:
>
> rab://tmp $ cat Rakefile
> namespace :foo do
>  >    >   
>  
> end
> rab://tmp $ rake foo:bar[123]
> (in /private/tmp)
> num = 123
>
> -Rob
>
> Rob Biedenharn  𺯯
> R... / AgileConsultingLLC.com

When I got my first real job programming, I had no experience with
*NIX .. at all.  The shell we worked in was tcsh.  Currently, everyone
in our office uses ksh, but I've been slow to conform, since I'm used
to tcsh and it's few but handy niceties.  I think the results of this
thread may be the poke needed to move to bash.