Take Command - Windows Command Prompts
Windows console and command prompt ramblings
Windows Console Replacements Part 1 – Take Command and Mintty
Windows runs command line applications (such as CMD, PowerShell, and TCC) in a character-mode window called the Windows Console. Unfortunately, the Windows
Windows 8 Consumer Preview, CMD, and Take Command
I downloaded and have been experimenting with the Windows 8 consumer preview for the last couple of days, and I'm glad (relieved?) to say I haven't found any
Take Command x64 (Don’t run 32-bit command processors in Windows x64!)
Take Command has been available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions since Take Command v11.0. But we've noticed that a lot of you are still using the 32-bit
The VIEW from the Other Side
(Today's guest blogger is Charles Prineas, the creater of The V File Viewer.) I started writing The V File Viewer in July 1996, and after several months of
JP Software Forums Updated to XenForo
This month, I've made some major changes to the JP Software support forums, the overall server perfomance (forums, web site, and blog), and the server
Take Command / TCC scripting language lexer for Scintilla
We have been using the Scintilla editor in Take Command and TCC for several years (for the IDE / batch debugger edit window, the Take Command Command Input
Does VIEW spell the end for LIST?
In my last post I talked about the need to replace LIST in Take Command v13. (So that I could implement even a fraction of the new feature requests that had
It’s the end of TCC file viewing as we know it …
The JP Software command line interpreters have had a text / hex file viewer all the way back to the early days of 4DOS. The internal LIST command was
You don’t always want what you get!
Back in the early 1990's, JP Software was selling 4DOS (a replacement for the DOS & Windows 3.1 command processor COMMAND.COM), 4OS2 (a replacement for the
Take Command Web Help
JP Software has just launched a completely revamped web help (an Internet-based help system at https://jpsoft.com/help/ that is accessed from your browser).