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Take Command / TCMD/LE / TCC/LE 12.10.66 Uploaded

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  1. rconn

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    I've uploaded build 12.10.66 to the web and ftp sites.

    Build 12.10.66
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    New versions of the Ipworks dlls.

    FTP - added a kludge for an Ipworks bug when logging in with an invalid name or password. (Ipworks wasn't returning the server error message.)

    TCMD - added kludge for erratic XP bug with assigning window focus when creating a new window with "Tab / Run".

    @EVAL - fix for RTL crash with negative binary output.

    Help file updates.


    Build 12.10.65
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    Fixed a problem with Tcl argc / argv arguments.

    Fixed a Windows API problem with \\?\... long filenames when querying the filesystem type.


    Build 12.10.64
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    TCMD - added support for filtering directories (/A:-D) in the List View filter.

    TCMD - changed the Find / Find Files to return to the Find dialog after displaying the "not found" message box.

    DO - Fixed a problem with TCC exiting (not crashing) when you hit ^C while reading from @CON: in a command line DO. (Which is not supported or documented.)

    @FILEARRAY - Added support for CON: and CLIP:.

    Help file updates.


    Build 12.10.63:
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    Fixed a problem with topical help. (The new verison of the help compiler changed the default extension.)
     
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    My updates are still clean, but the latest update left **two** instances of msiexec.exe running.
     
  3. rconn

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    Not my program ...
     
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