I am converting some Bash scripts that I wrote to BTM.
One of the problems was to make sure that, whenever an external command returns a non-zero return code, the script should stop and say something meaningful.
This is what I have produced, please tell me if there is a better way.
Using a smartphone to remote control your computer (like in GotoMyPc) does not make really sense, IMO: the telephone screen is too small to display a windows screen.
On the other hand, a smartphone could remotely control a PC with a remote version of TCMD.
I tried to do a script to be run continuously, monitoring the clipboard. The idea is to use very little CPU, and wake-up when a new text appears in the clipboard.
I need to find out whether the content of the clipboard has been changed. To do that, I need to compare all the %@clip until...