4console64.dll does not load

May 29, 2008
529
3
Groton, CT
#1
The 4CONSOLE64 plugin does not load using TCC 17x64 and also TCC 20, both on Windows 10.

Vince, any idea?

Code:
~\Work> plugin /i 4c*
TCC: Plugin not found "4c*"

(%?=0, %_?=2)
~\Work> dir "C:\Program Files\JPSoft\TCMD17x64\plugins\4console64.dll"

 Volume in drive C is Windows7_OS    Serial number is a40e:43cf
 Directory of  C:\Program Files\JPSoft\TCMD17x64\plugins\4console64.dll

02-29-2016  09:09          84,480  4console64.dll
            84,480 bytes in 1 file and 0 dirs    86,016 bytes allocated
   362,214,690,816 bytes free

~\Work> plugin /l "C:\Program Files\JPSoft\TCMD17x64\plugins\4console64.dll"

(%?=0, %_?=1)
~\Work> plugin /i 4c*
TCC: Plugin not found "4c*"

(%?=0, %_?=2)
~\Work>
(The parenthesized values of %? and %_? are caused by my PROMPT string
Code:
%@if[%?%_? eq 0,,$c%%%%?$q$r,$s%%%%_?$q%_?$f$_]$~$g$s
.)
 
#6
It should erase the line above the prompt. If you're not on the first page of the screen buffer, it should scroll the text above downward; on the first page, it should move the prompt upward. I use it quite a bit, especially when I want to reproduce several steps (say, for posting) and I botch one of them ... just erase it and try again.
 
May 29, 2008
529
3
Groton, CT
#7
My original problem was in a TCMD tab. *duh* Thanks for the explanation, Vince.
It loads in a TCC console window not attached to a TCMD tab.
Interesting. Starting TCC in a console window and then attaching it to a TCMD tab later allows 4CONSOLE to stay loaded.
 
#8
My original problem was in a TCMD tab. *duh* Thanks for the explanation, Vince.
It loads in a TCC console window not attached to a TCMD tab.
Interesting. Starting TCC in a console window and then attaching it to a TCMD tab later allows 4CONSOLE to stay loaded.
That's on purpose. There's much that's meaningless, inappropriate, or downright counterproductive when the console is hidden by TCMD. Just remember that if you're going to attach consoles with 4CONSOLE loaded.