.) Well, I'll ask for Ctrl-Break in TCI again. You've established
precedent of fixing plenty of MS's impossibilities already, so I don't
expect you to be completely stuck here again, either. I hope you're
flattered instead of frustrated that my opinion is that you'll be able
to get past any thing that MS stuffs in front of you.
.) DIR /S sorting as a whole list instead of dir-by-dir. I would use
this feature a LOT. The custom program I wrote takes as many file
patterns as you give, and then sorts the entire output. Like piping to
sort, but retaining all colors and header/trailer.
.) setlocal/endlocal from the command line. I'll admit that now with
TCI I often just bring up a new TCC window tab and then destroy it,
but would surely switch to using set/end if they worked from the
.) An easy, supported way to make a .btm run on a client machine
without having to install any files -- I have some VARs who have
clients who strictly prohibit actually installing anything, but will
let us run my utilities. Something I could package and send would be
necessary. The famous "batch file compiler." Perhaps like perl2exe
from www.indigostar.com where the script just gets stuck on the
executable / DLL package. That's what I've been using for utilities on
one client recently.
.) This is way outside the realm of TCC, but since CascadePoint is
also, ... an installable file system so I can use FTP: from any app. I
have a couple places where that would be exceptionally useful. Perhaps
in your copious free time ....
On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 8:09 AM, rconn <> wrote:
> Charles Dye wrote:
>> It would be interesting to see your current list.
> There is no current list -- I'm starting with a fresh slate on v10. The
> old list was getting too clogged with detritus dropped from earlier
> versions (and in many cases not relevant to the new architecture and/or
> potentially not desired any longer by the users).
> The only thing that is certain at this time is a complete revamping of
> the debugger IDE.
> Rex Conn
> JP Software
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