Windows Batch Debugging in Take Command / TCC v25

One of our primary aims in version 25 was to enhance the batch debugger / IDE. We implemented nearly all of the IDE feature requests in the Suggestions Forum, as well as many of our own ideas, including: The Command Expansion window will show the original command line, the command line after alias expansion, and the command line after variable [...]

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Take Command and TCC v22 Tab Completion

Take Command and TCC introduced new tab completion syntax in version 22. Many of the internal TCC commands now have a default tab completion that automatically returns the [...]

Debugging TCC Library Functions

Take Command v22 is primarily a UI and usability update, but we also added some major features. One of those features is library functions, which are similar to batch files [...]

TCC v22 & the Windows 10 Console

Windows 10 includes a number of improvements to Windows console sessions, including some additional control key shortcuts and text selection keys. Unfortunately these [...]

CMD Compatibility and CMDebug / TCC-RT, Part 2

After my request for CMD batch files that didn't work with CMDebug or TCC, a user sent me a batch file with a curious usage of the CMD delayed variable expansion [...]

Take Command and TCC Installer Analytics

I've been gathering system information about Take Command installations for the last several months. (The installer only sends system configuration information; it doesn't [...]

CMD Compatibility and CMDebug / TCC-RT, Part 1

The goal of our new stand-alone batch debugger CMDebug is to run CMD.EXE batch files with as close to 100% compatibility as possible. I asked users to send me any CMD batch [...]

CMDebug Windows Batch File Debugger

We have a number of users who tell us that they want to use Take Command's batch debugger, but their company only allows the use of CMD.EXE to run batch files. Although we [...]

Windows Processes and Job Objects in TCC v21

When Windows creates a new process, it doesn’t create a parent / child relationship with the new process. This means a new “child” processes will continue running [...]

Command Dialogs

Take Command 21.0 Command Dialogs One of the biggest (and the most complex to implement) new features in Take Command 21.0 is the expanded Command [...]

Take Command 21.0

Take Command 21.0 We released Take Command 21.0, and you can download a fully functional evaluation version from our web site. See What’s New in Version 21.0 in the [...]