Take Command - Windows Command Prompts
Windows console and command prompt ramblings
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).
Command dialogs for command line commands
Take Command v13 focuses primarily on user interface improvements. One major new feature generating a lot of favorable comment is Command Dialogs. Most of the
Windows command line, tabbed windows, and JP Software (part IV)
In my last post I talked about the some of the strategies I tried for displaying console windows in a GUI window during the Take Command 9 design and
Windows command line, tabbed windows, and JP Software (part III)
In my last post I talked about the reasons for changing the old 4NT / Take Command architecture. (Numerous Windows console limitations for 4NT, and problems
Windows command line and JP Software, part II
In my last post, I talked about the origins of 4DOS, 4NT, and Take Command up to v8. After v8 was released, I knew that we had to make some drastic changes
The Windows command line and JP Software – a brief history
I was writing a new blog entry about the command dialogs in Take Command v13, when it occurred to me that most readers wouldn't know the history of our
A couple of years ago there was a great surge of interest about PowerShell. Books, blogs, articles, videos, you name it-- PowerShell was the rage. There was