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Oct 18, 2008
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#1
Hello - when tcmd create a new tab, does the created window have access to the copy of the environment variable that were passed on to TCMD
 
Oct 18, 2008
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#3
Hello -- thanks for the reply -- so any changes made by the created tab would not be reflected back to TCMD copy?
 
#4
Hello -- thanks for the reply -- so any changes made by the created tab would not be reflected back to TCMD copy?
Right.
But if you want to manipulate the environment of another process my 4UTILS contain PSET. Typically, TCMD is the parent of the TCCs in its tabs, so you could "PSET %_PPID var=value".
 
Oct 18, 2008
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#5
Right.
But if you want to manipulate the environment of another process my 4UTILS contain PSET. Typically, TCMD is the parent of the TCCs in its tabs, so you could "PSET %_PPID var=value".
Hello -- thanks for that info ... is the latest version of 4utils at jpsoft.com?