Take Command v11 Public Beta Build 22 Uploaded

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rconn

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#1
I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates and let the updater do all the work.

This build should resolve all of the reported & reproducible bugs as of a couple of days ago (as well as a few that I found & fixed). If you're still having problems with a previously reported bug, please let me know.

I will be uploading the public betas for TCC/LE 11.0 (no new features, just some compatibility fixes & performance tweaks) and TCMD/LE 11.0 later today.
 
#2
On Thu, 08 Oct 2009 08:08:14 -0500, rconn <> wrote:

|I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates and let the updater do all the work.

I tried quite a bit with build 22 and could not cause WHICH /A to behave badly.
--
- Vince
 
May 29, 2008
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#3
Downloaded & updated to rel 22 (both via update and separate download)

When I try to run - nothing happens - hour glass for 2 secs. then nothing.
No TCMD processes.
 

Charles Dye

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#4
I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates and let the updater do all the work.

This build should resolve all of the reported & reproducible bugs as of a couple of days ago (as well as a few that I found & fixed). If you're still having problems with a previously reported bug, please let me know.
I'm still seeing filenames longer than the screen width truncated/overwritten with DIR /F or DIR /B /S:


<TABLE style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000; COLOR: #999" border=1>

<TBODY><TR><TD>



C:\>ver /r

TCC 11.00.22 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
TCC Build 22 Windows XP Build 2600 Service Pack 3
Registered to Charles Dye - 5 System License

C:\>dir /f "Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Ed
ition with SP1 - ENU"\*.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit
h SP1 - ENU\setup.exe
C:\>dir /f /d "Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express
Edition with SP1 - ENU"\*.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit
h SP1 - ENU\DeleteTemp.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit
h SP1 - ENU\setup.exe

C:\>
</PRE>

</TD></TR>

</P></TABLE>
 
May 29, 2008
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#5
Downloaded & updated to rel 22 (both via update and separate download)

When I try to run - nothing happens - hour glass for 2 secs. then nothing.
No TCMD processes.
MORE INFO:
Running Windows XP Build 2600 Service Pack 3


Found the following TCMD.gpf file:

TCMD 11.00.22
Address=80000002
Exception=C0000005
EAX=0000001E EBX=FFFFFF01 ECX=00B4A49C EDX=01E43D92
ESI=01EC29F0 EDI=01EC29F0 EBP=01A32ABC ESP=00B4A484
CS=0000001B DS=00000023 ES=00000023 SS=00000023
Flags=00010202

Stack:
1 : 0000:00000000



Reboot doesn't help
 
#6
I received the message quoted below via email. It arrived with hundreds of
embedded HTML tags, but without indication that it is HTML, hence most of it
is unreadable in Outlook Express.
Charles Dye wrote:
|| ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
|| I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now
|| available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates
|| and let the updater do all the work.
||
|| This build should resolve all of the reported & reproducible bugs as
|| of a couple of days ago (as well as a few that I found & fixed). If
|| you're still having problems with a previously reported bug, please
|| let me know. ---End Quote---
|| I'm still seeing filenames longer than the screen width
|| truncated/overwritten with DIR /F or DIR /B /S:
||
|| <table border="1" style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">
|| <tr><td>
|| <pre style="line-height: 55%;">
|| <span style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">
|| </span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;">C:\></span><span style="color: #ff0; background-color:
|| #000;">ver /r</span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;"> </span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;">TCC 11.00.22 Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]</span> <span
|| style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">TCC Build 22 Windows
|| XP Build 2600 Service Pack 3</span> <span style="color: #999;
|| background-color: #000;">Registered to Charles Dye - 5 System
|| License</span> <span style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">
|| </span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;">C:\></span><span style="color: #ff0; background-color:
|| #000;">dir /f "Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft
|| Visual C++ 2008 Express Ed</span> <span style="color: #ff0;
|| background-color: #000;">ition with SP1 - ENU"\*.exe</span> <span
|| style="color: #0f0; background-color: #000;">C:\Program
|| Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express
|| Edition wit</span> <span style="color: #0f0; background-color:
|| #000;">C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual
|| C++ 2008 Express Edition wit</span> <span style="color: #0f0;
|| background-color: #000;">h SP1 - ENU\setup.exe</span> <span
|| style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">C:\></span><span
|| style="color: #ff0; background-color: #000;">dir /f /d "Program
|| Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008
|| Express</span> <span style="color: #ff0; background-color: #000;">
|| Edition with SP1 - ENU"\*.exe</span> <span style="color: #999;
|| background-color: #000;">C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio
|| 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit</span> <span
|| style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">h SP1 -
|| ENU\DeleteTemp.exe</span> <span style="color: #999;
|| background-color: #000;">C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio
|| 9.0\Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition wit</span> <span
|| style="color: #999; background-color: #000;">h SP1 -
|| ENU\setup.exe</span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;"> </span> <span style="color: #999; background-color:
|| #000;">C:\></span></pre> </td></tr> </table>
||
||
||
||
 

Charles Dye

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#7
I received the message quoted below via email. It arrived with hundreds of embedded HTML tags, but without indication that it is HTML, hence most of it is unreadable in Outlook Express.
I posted it in the Support Forum, where everything is perforce HTML.

I'm sorry if I made you email client gag, Steve. (But then, Outlook Express has made me gag more than once in the past....)
 
May 29, 2008
61
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#8
Still more info:

Fully removed Ver 11. vis Installer
Re-installed clean (did not copy ini or hist files) to default dir.

Same result !

If I run TCC (4NT) I see the console Window for a second then it disappears.

TCMD Ver 10 is working fine (except for my existing "unable to run bdebugger" problem)
 

dim

Dimitry Andric
May 31, 2008
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#9
On 2009-10-08 15:08, rconn wrote:

> I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates and let the updater do all the work.
Downloaded and installed build 22 without problems on my regular workstation, both the x86 and x64 versions. Checking for updates in the x86 works, but the x64 version complains "Unable to find resource on server. Please check if the URL is correct." Indeed, http://jpsoft.com/downloads/v11_x64/tcmdupdate.aiu gives a 404 error.

Some minor installer notes:
- On the "Configure Shortcuts" screen, if you uncheck all options, it still creates an icon at the 'top' start menu. In the case of the x64 installer, it even creates an empty "TCMD11x64" folder in the Programs menu.
- The x86 shortcuts are named "Take Command 11.0" while the x64 shortcuts are called "Take Command x64 v11". Using either "v11.00" or "v11" everywhere would be more consistent.

Also, during my test installation in VMware, the x86 version of TCmd.exe crashed immediately at startup. The TCmd.gpf file doesn't contain much useful info:

TCMD 11.00.22
Address=80000002
Exception=C0000005
EAX=0000001E EBX=FFFFFF01 ECX=0101A49C EDX=03613D92
ESI=03682280 EDI=03682280 EBP=0310415C ESP=0101A484
CS=00000023 DS=0000002B ES=0000002B SS=0000002B
Flags=00010206

Stack:
1 : 0000:00000000

TCC.exe also crashed, with approximately the same info:

TCC 11.00.22
Address=80000002
Exception=C0000005
EAX=0000001E EBX=00000001 ECX=01708D5C EDX=05833D92
ESI=058A2280 EDI=058A2280 EBP=03CD437C ESP=01708D44
CS=00000023 DS=0000002B ES=0000002B SS=0000002B
Flags=00010206

Stack:
1 : 0000:00000000

The x64 versions of TCmd.exe and TCC.exe start fine, and show the registration dialog.
 

samintz

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May 20, 2008
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#10
Well, this time I can say it's not OE's fault. I too received the message
(and many others from Charles) with HTML tags in the message. I don't
know why I only seem to get these messages from Charles though.

My email client is Lotus Notes.

-Scott


Charles Dye <> wrote on 10/08/2009 10:50:15 AM:


> ---Quote (Originally by Steve Fábián)---
> I received the message quoted below via email. It arrived with
> hundreds of embedded HTML tags, but without indication that it is
> HTML, hence most of it is unreadable in Outlook Express.
> ---End Quote---
> I posted it in the Support Forum, where everything is perforce HTML.
>
> I'm sorry if I made you email client gag, Steve. (But then, Outlook
> Express has made me gag more than once in the past....)
>
>
>
>
 
#11
What I see (in Outlook 2003) is the message followed by the HTML, and by checking on the web forum I see that the HTML is the (simulated?) screen capture

Mr. Jiggs

-----Original Message-----
From: Charles Dye [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 10:50 AM
To: Mr Jiggs
Subject: RE: [Support-t-1426] Re: Take Command v11 Public Beta Build 22 Uploaded

---Quote (Originally by Steve Fábián)--- I received the message quoted below via email. It arrived with hundreds of embedded HTML tags, but without indication that it is HTML, hence most of it is unreadable in Outlook Express.
---End Quote---
I posted it in the Support Forum, where everything is perforce HTML.

I'm sorry if I made you email client gag, Steve. (But then, Outlook Express has made me gag more than once in the past....)
 

Charles Dye

Super Moderator
Staff member
May 20, 2008
3,383
39
Albuquerque, NM
prospero.unm.edu
#12
Well, this time I can say it's not OE's fault. I too received the message (and many others from Charles) with HTML tags in the message. I don't know why I only seem to get these messages from Charles though.
Probably because I'm the only one doing HTML screen dumps....

I'd try it as an attachment, but the forum doesn't seem to permit HTML attachments.
 
#13
Mr. Jiggs wrote:
| What I see (in Outlook 2003) is the message followed by the HTML,
| and by checking on the web forum I see that the HTML is the
| (simulated?) screen capture

In Outlook do you see the HTML tags, or is the screen capture itself
properly rendered? Reading between the lines I think the former, and you
needed to use your browser, instead of your mail client, to actually
discover what was posted.
--
Steve
 
#14
Charles Dye wrote:
| Probably because I'm the only one doing HTML screen dumps....

Maybe you should switch to a screen dump program which is more compatible
with email.

| I'd try it as an attachment, but the forum doesn't seem to permit
| HTML attachments.

Instead of attachments, Rex could provide a section on the JPsoft website,
where we can upload anything, "download at your own risk". That would allow
you to upload the screen shot, and just use its URL in you email. OOPS! Are
URLs allowed inposts?
--
Steve
 
#15
Correct. I saw the HTML code in Outlook.
I saw the 'screen capture' when I went to the website forum posting...

Mr. Jiggs
TecDocDigital
s o l u t i o n s
p: (978) 567.6046
f: (978) 562.4304

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Fábián [mailto:]
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 12:06 PM
To: Mr Jiggs
Subject: RE: [Support-t-1426] Re: Take Command v11 Public Beta Build 22 Uploaded

Mr. Jiggs wrote:
| What I see (in Outlook 2003) is the message followed by the HTML, and
| by checking on the web forum I see that the HTML is the
| (simulated?) screen capture

In Outlook do you see the HTML tags, or is the screen capture itself properly rendered? Reading between the lines I think the former, and you needed to use your browser, instead of your mail client, to actually discover what was posted.
--
Steve
 

samintz

Scott Mintz
May 20, 2008
1,203
11
Solon, OH, USA
#16
How do you do an HTML screen dump?
-Scott

Charles Dye <> wrote on 10/08/2009 11:51:53 AM:


> ---Quote (Originally by samintz)---
> Well, this time I can say it's not OE's fault. I too received the
> message (and many others from Charles) with HTML tags in the
> message. I don't know why I only seem to get these messages from
> Charles though.
> ---End Quote---
> Probably because I'm the only one doing HTML screen dumps....
>
> I'd try it as an attachment, but the forum doesn't seem to permit
> HTML attachments.
>
>
>
>
 
#17
Charles Dye wrote:
| Probably because I'm the only one doing HTML screen dumps....

Maybe you should switch to a screen dump program which is more compatible
with email.

| I'd try it as an attachment, but the forum doesn't seem to permit
| HTML attachments.

Instead of attachments, Rex could provide a section on the JPsoft website,
where we can upload anything, "download at your own risk". That would allow
you to upload the screen shot, and just use its URL in you email. OOPS! Are
URLs allowed inposts?
--
Steve
 
#20
Charles Dye wrote:
| ---Quote (Originally by samintz)---
| How do you do an HTML screen dump?
| ---End Quote---
| It's a custom plugin.

It seems it needs more customization when it is included in plain-text
mail.Here switching to display the whole message as HTML did not help - the
complete post probably did not start with HTML tag,
--
Steve
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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#22
> Some minor installer notes:
> - On the "Configure Shortcuts" screen, if you uncheck all options, it
> still creates an icon at the 'top' start menu. In the case of the x64
> installer, it even creates an empty "TCMD11x64" folder in the Programs
> menu.
That's a long-time Windows Installer problem; nothing I can do about it.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
May 20, 2008
420
2
#23
I've uploaded build 22 to the ftp beta area. The updater is now available as well, so if you have build 21 you can check for updates and let the updater do all the work.

This build should resolve all of the reported & reproducible bugs as of a couple of days ago (as well as a few that I found & fixed). If you're still having problems with a previously reported bug, please let me know.
Has the Tcl/Tk support been updated? The Tk scripts still don't seem to work.

Tim