how to get error message instead of beep?

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May 31, 2008
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Upon entering an unknown command TCC9 outputs error message 'TCC: Unknown command "rxyz"' and makes no beep, while TCC13 outputs no error message and makes a beep. How can I make TCC13 act like TCC9, please?
 

Charles Dye

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#2
Upon entering an unknown command TCC9 outputs error message 'TCC: Unknown command "rxyz"' and makes no beep, while TCC13 outputs no error message and makes a beep. How can I make TCC13 act like TCC9, please?
Not here. Is it possible that you have an UNKNOWN_CMD alias defined? Or some plugin which implements an UNKNOWN_CMD command?
 
#3
On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 16:25:28 -0400, Stefano Piccardi <>
wrote:

|Upon entering an unknown command TCC9 outputs error message 'TCC: Unknown command "rxyz"' and makes no beep, while TCC13 outputs no error message and makes a beep. How can I make TCC13 act like TCC9, please?

That may be in the plugin I sent you (but I wouldn't expect that plugin to work
with v9). I was experimenting with UNKNOWN_CMD (and BEEP). I'll send another
one.
 
May 31, 2008
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#4
On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 16:25:28 -0400, Stefano Piccardi <>
wrote:

|Upon entering an unknown command TCC9 outputs error message 'TCC: Unknown command "rxyz"' and makes no beep, while TCC13 outputs no error message and makes a beep. How can I make TCC13 act like TCC9, please?

That may be in the plugin I sent you (but I wouldn't expect that plugin to work
with v9). I was experimenting with UNKNOWN_CMD (and BEEP). I'll send another
one.
Indeed it is. I'm not using it with v9 just v13, and that's where I had this issue.
Fyi, this command sequence reverts v13 to v9-like behavior:
plugin /u * & for i in (plugins\*.dll) plugin /l %i
but this one doesn't:
plugin /u * & plugin /l *
One would think both commands would accomplish the same thing, but no...
 
#5
On Sat, 24 Sep 2011 17:01:06 -0400, Stefano Piccardi <>
wrote:

|Fyi, this command sequence reverts v13 to v9-like behavior:

What's "v9-like behavior"?

| plugin /u * & for i in (plugins\*.dll) plugin /l %i
|but this one doesn't:
| plugin /u * & plugin /l *
|One would think both commands would accomplish the same thing, but no...

They seem to do the same thing for me (as long as I'm in d:\tc13).