Take Command / TCMD/LE / TCC/LE 11.0 build 45 uploaded

rconn

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#1
I've uploaded build 45 to the web and ftp sites.

Build 45:
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LIST - fixed a (Windows) problem with the Print dialog sometimes
appearing behind the Take Command window.

TCTOOLBAR - updated docs and fixed a problem when not specifying a tab
title.

UNZIP - fixed an error message when unzipping with /D in a directory
with embedded whitespace.

Help file updates.

Build 44:
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TCC - fixed a problem when invoking help from a stand-alone TCC console window.

TCC - fixed a problem with not displaying Windows loader popup errors.

Build 43:
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TCMD - fixed a problem when loading a custom console color palette from the registry that doesn't define all 16 colors.

Fixed a Windows IPC bug that caused 32-bit versions of TCC to potentially hang 64-bit versions of Take Command.

Build 42:
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TCMD - now detects custom console palettes when attaching an existing console window.

Build 41:
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ASSOC / FTYPE - fixed a harmless (Windows) non-error message when attempting to delete a nonexistent entry.

DIRHISTORY / HISTORY - fixed a problem with reading Unicode files.

Minor help updates.

Build 40:
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@CRC32, @MD5 - fixed a crash if you specified 'f' or 's' and didn't include
the required argument. (Note that both these functions are seriously obsolete; you should be using the SHA functions!)

SENDMAIL - fix for a third-party dll bug that broke multiple /H arguments.

TYPE / HEAD / TAIL - added a check for redirecting Unicode input through CON:.

Minor help file updates.
 
#2
| I've uploaded build 45 to the web and ftp sites.

I just downloaded everything dated after 2010.03.24 on the ftp site, and all
the LE versions are build 37. Furthermore, the beta directory contains
copies of cascadepoint Build 48 and of sdk.zip which are identical to the
ones in the release directories (i.e., cascadepoint and sdk). BTW, as I
previously requested, it would be nice if you could rearrange the directory
structure of ftp://jpsoft.com/ so that "copy/s ftp:" would not give multiple
error messages due to not being authorized to cd into "/incoming", whether
by changing directory access permissions, hiding the directory, or by moving
it entirely out of the hierarchy, thus eliminating the error messages that
are logically speaking superfluous anyway, inasmuch as the inaccessible
directory is not intended to contain downloadable files.
--
Steve
 

rconn

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> I just downloaded everything dated after 2010.03.24 on the ftp site,
> and all the LE versions are build 37.
Not reproducible here -- what directories did you download them from?


> Furthermore, the beta directory contains copies of cascadepoint Build
> 48 and of sdk.zip which are identical to the ones in the release
> directories (i.e., cascadepoint and sdk).
I don't see the problem here ...


> BTW, as I previously requested, it would be nice if you could rearrange
> the directory structure of ftp://jpsoft.com/ so that "copy/s ftp:" would
> not give multiple error messages due to not being authorized to cd into
> "/incoming",
As I've responded previously, that is not possible (due to the host
configuration; it's not anything I can change).

(I cannot imagine *why* you would want to do a "copy /s ..."!)

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
#4
| ---Quote---
|| I just downloaded everything dated after 2010.03.24 on the ftp site,
|| and all the LE versions are build 37.
| ---End Quote---
| Not reproducible here -- what directories did you download them from?
| ---Quote---
|| Furthermore, the beta directory contains copies of cascadepoint
|| Build 48 and of sdk.zip which are identical to the ones in the
|| release directories (i.e., cascadepoint and sdk).
| ---End Quote---
| I don't see the problem here ...

I did my download immediately upon receiving the upload notification last
night, at 2010-04-15 22:34 EDT. When I rechecked this morning, everything
was correct, the beta directory was empty, and the LE files were the
announced build 45, newer than the ones last night. I suspect that I reacted
quicker to the notification than the completion of your uploads.


| ---Quote---
|| BTW, as I previously requested, it would be nice if you could
|| rearrange the directory structure of ftp://jpsoft.com/ so that
|| "copy/s ftp:" would not give multiple error messages due to not
|| being authorized to cd into "/incoming",
| ---End Quote---
| As I've responded previously, that is not possible (due to the host
| configuration; it's not anything I can change).

I suppose you mean that the software you use for maintaining the ftp site
requires the presence of the inaccessible "/incoming" directory, rather than
lack of legal authority to make the change. I guess I'll have to live with
it.

| (I cannot imagine *why* you would want to do a "copy /s ..."!)

It is a simple and quick way to capture all recently uploaded files. The
actual command I use also filters out files older than those obtained in my
previous download, and I delete all empty directories in the download (which
I need to do manually, because the /F option of COPY never worked when the
source is ftp:.
--
Steve
 

Charles Dye

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#5
I've uploaded build 45 to the web and ftp sites.

Build 45:
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TCTOOLBAR - updated docs and fixed a problem when not specifying a tab
title.
I only have one toolbar defined in my .INI file:
Code:
[Toolbar1]
Title=Untitled
B1=256,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe,TCC,,c:\,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe
B2=256,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe,TCC/LE,,c:\,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe
B3=256,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe,cmd.exe,,c:\,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
Testing this command:
Code:
tctoolbar /u Untitled 4,0,%_cmdspec,"Blue  Shell",,c:\,%_cmdspec /k cls bri whi on blu
It does create a new button on the toolbar, as expected; but the updated .INI file reads:

Code:
[Toolbar1]
Title=Untitled
B1=256,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe,TCC,,c:\,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe
B2=256,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe,TCC/LE,,c:\,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe
B3=256,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe,cmd.exe,,c:\,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
[Untitled]
B4=0,C:\BIN\TCmd\TCC.EXE,Blue Shell,c:\,C:\BIN\TCmd\TCC.EXE /k cls bri whi on blu
If I omit the word 'Untitled' from the above command, I get this instead:

Code:
[Toolbar1]
Title=Untitled
B1=256,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe,TCC,,c:\,c:\bin\tcmd\tcc.exe
B2=256,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe,TCC/LE,,c:\,c:\bin\tccle\tcc.exe
B3=256,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe,cmd.exe,,c:\,c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe
[]
B4=0,C:\BIN\TCmd\TCC.EXE,Blue Shell,c:\,C:\BIN\TCmd\TCC.EXE /k cls bri whi on blu
It seems that the command expects a title, not a section name, for the (optional) first parameter, but doesn't translate it to a section name when writing the .INI file.

What happens if more than one toolbar tab has the name title? Would it make more sense to use the section name instead?
 

Charles Dye

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#7
It seems that the command expects a title, not a section name, for the (optional) first parameter, but doesn't translate it to a section name when writing the .INI file.

Also, note that I'm supplying a flags value of 0, per the docs, and TCTOOLBAR /U is duly writing a zero to the .INI file. Should it set bit 8 automatically?
Both are working as I would expect in build 47.