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rconn

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I've uploaded 10.0.62 to the web and ftp sites.

* Fixed a problem with Shift and non-alpha keys

* Fixed a problem with popup window sizing when the height in TCMD.INI
is < 1 line

* RD /S - changed to match (undocumented) CMD behavior in Vista (if
the directory is a link, remove the link rather than deleting the
contents of the directory)

* Help file updates
 
On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 08:30:22 -0500, rconn <> wrote:

|* Fixed a problem with Shift and non-alpha keys

Shift-Tab still completes forward.
--
- Vince
 
vefatica wrote:

> On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 08:30:22 -0500, rconn <> wrote:
>
> |* Fixed a problem with Shift and non-alpha keys
>
> Shift-Tab still completes forward.
>
Confirmed here as well. I was using Tab to simply complete directories,
and shift-tab continued to move forward.

Michael
 
* RD /S - changed to match (undocumented) CMD behavior in Vista (if
the directory is a link, remove the link rather than deleting the
contents of the directory)

Rex,

I just downloaded and tested this, and it works like a charm. MUCHOS GRACIAS!!!!

You da man!

Kb
 
On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 08:30:22 -0500, rconn <> wrote:

|* Fixed a problem with Shift and non-alpha keys

Shift-Tab still completes forward.

Also, it's no longer possible to select text on the command line using the shifted cursor keys, shift-Home, shift-End, etc.
 
>
> Confirmed here as well. I was using Tab to simply complete directories,
> and shift-tab continued to move forward.
>

Same problem here: no way back with autocompletion and shift-tab.
 
* RD /S - changed to match (undocumented) CMD behavior in Vista (if
the directory is a link, remove the link rather than deleting the
contents of the directory)

This breaks RD /S in some cases, it simply doesn't function anymore.
Normally you get a prompt 'Are you sure (Y/N)?", but I don't even get
that. And nothing is removed, even if you add the /Q option. Reverting to build 61 fixes this regression.

It depends on which path is your current working directory, it sometimes
works, and sometimes it doesn't. In particular, it doesn't seem to work
if I'm inside my profile directory somewhere, so e.g. under
%USERPROFILE%\Application Data.

Can anyone reproduce this?
 
dim wrote:

> ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
> * RD /S - changed to match (undocumented) CMD behavior in Vista (if
> the directory is a link, remove the link rather than deleting the
> contents of the directory)
> ---End Quote---
> This breaks RD /S in some cases, it simply doesn't function anymore.
> Normally you get a prompt 'Are you sure (Y/N)?", but I don't even get
> that. And nothing is removed, even if you add the /Q option. Reverting to build 61 fixes this regression.
>
> It depends on which path is your current working directory, it sometimes
> works, and sometimes it doesn't. In particular, it doesn't seem to work
> if I'm inside my profile directory somewhere, so e.g. under
> %USERPROFILE%\Application Data.
>
> Can anyone reproduce this?

Not reproducible here. Are those directories links on your system?

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
dim wrote:



Not reproducible here. Are those directories links on your system?

Rex Conn
JP Software

Nope, just a standard profile directory under XP, which doesn't use links (I have seen this only on Vista and later). I can reproduce it if I use spaces in the directory name:

Code:
E:\>ver

TCC  10.00.62   Windows 2003 [Version 5.2.3790]

E:\>mkdir /s foobar\baz

E:\>cd foobar

E:\foobar>rd /s baz
E:\foobar\baz\* : Are you sure (Y/N)? N
So this works fine, but:

Code:
E:\foobar>cd ..

E:\>mkdir /s "foo bar\baz"

E:\>cd "foo bar"

E:\foo bar>rd /s baz

E:\foo bar>dir
2009-03-29  23:53         <dir>    baz
This doesn't...</dir>
 

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