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 appropriate arguments for the command name, preceding options, and position on the command line. In additional to filenames and directories, version 22 supports three new [...]

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Take Command / TCC and OpenAFS

A great article on the development of OpenAFS and its integration with 4NT / TCC / Take [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta, Part 4

Today we'll wrap up the new features in Take Command 15.0. by covering the new internal commands. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in the What’s New in Version [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta, Part 3

Today I’ll cover the updated internal commands in Take Command 15.0. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in the What’s New in Version 15 section of the online [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta, Part 2

Today I'll cover the new .INI directives, internal variables, and variable functions in Take Command 15.0. (You can see the full feature list for v15 in the What’s New in [...]

Take Command 15.0 Public Beta

The Take Command v15.0 public beta is now available at: https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v15/tcmd.exe https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v15/tcmdx64.exe (64-bit) Over the next [...]

Take Command 14.0 Public Beta

The Take Command v14.0 public beta is now available at: https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v14/tcmd.exe https://jpsoft.com/downloads/v14/tcmdx64.exe (64-bit) Here's a brief [...]

Windows Console Replacements, Part 6 – Take Command and ConEmu

Today we're looking at ConEmu (aka ConEmu-Maximus5), the last of the Windows console replacements that I've been able to find). ConEmu is an open source (BSD license) [...]

Windows Console Replacements, Part 5 – Take Command and ColorConsole

After the last post, I found two more Windows console replacements: ColorConsole and ConEmu. So before I go on to the Linux consoles, let's see if ColorConsole and ConEmu [...]

Window Console Replacements Part 4- Take Command and PowerCmd

Today we're looking at PowerCmd, another Windows console replacement. It is available at http://www.powercmd.com. The most recent version is from May 2011. Note [...]

Windows Console Replacements Part 3 – Take Command and PromptPal

Today we're looking at PromptPal, another Windows console replacement. PromptPal is from Technology Lighthouse, and though PromptPal is still for sale at their website, it is [...]