Forget that message. It was a corrupt Unicode file (no BOM). But my earlier observation remains. If the file says merely "DO", TCC gets stuck.And if I execute a batfile containing (only) "DO i", I get a syntax message.
If the batfile contains (only) "DO i=", it appears to execute DIR.
It's very strange!
It's trying to read the next line in the batch file. (12% CPU usage here.)> If I execute a batch file containing simply
> TCC uses 25% CPU until it is interrupted (Ctrl-C) or is closed. What's
> it doing? This seems undesirable.
It's the DO parser, and it cannot be used by a plugin, because it loops back> And what's Do_Cmd(). Can it be used for anything ... what ...how?