News Take Command Version 13.03.39 Released

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rconn

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I've uploaded Take Command 13.03.39 to the web and ftp sites.
Build 13.03.39
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Fixed an erratic Windows API problem when scanning subdirectories.

Added Google Translate to web help.

Help file updates.

Build 13.03.38
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MKLINK - Added support for relative path file symlinks for CMD compatibility. (For absolute paths, use /A.)

MKLINK - Added workaround for erratic API bug when the target is quoted.

Help file updates.

Russian language updates for the installer.

Build 13.03.37
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Added workaround for bug in ipworks8.dll that could cause registration to fail (x64 only).

Build 13.03.36
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Updated all of the Internet libraries (ip*.dll).

Updated zip library.

Updated registration (licensing) library.

New installer version.

Removed unused code & resources from TCC/LE.

Fixed a problem with redefining the "PrevArgument" key mapping.

DEL - Fix for DEL /S+n when target is not a wildcard-only name.

DIR - Fix for (rare) problem with DIR /S+n not always displaying the correct totals in the footer.

MKLINK - /D will now create a directory symlink even if the directory to link to does not exist (CMD
compatibility).

Build 13.02.35
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The batch debugger and command input editors have been upgraded from Scintilla 2.12 to 3.02.
Performance is improved and several minor bugs have been fixed.

When using the (clumsy) CMD %~... variable syntax, TCC will not attempt to validate the filename if it is already fully qualified. (For compatibility with CMD when passing invalid drives and/or paths.)

BDEBUGGER - Added the Ctrl-F3, F3, and Shift-F3 keys (find next / find prev). (They were in the
help but had never been implemented.)

DELAY - added workaround for an erratic Windows bug with DELAY UNTIL ...

DIR - Fixed a potential problem with /S and pathnames > 260 characters.

HELP - fixed a problem with web help with capitalized command / variable / function names.

The web help has been built with a new version of the help compiler, which should fix some miscellaneous minor issues.

Added the Feedback tab to the web help pages.

Build 13.01.33
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Some internal changes to work around problems with very long filenames (> 260 characters), when the user doesn't specify a leading "\\?\".

Help file updates.

Build 13.01.32
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There is a new version of the framework for Take Command and the IDE.

There is a new TCMD.INI directive (which goes in the [4NT] section):
CMDBatchDelimiters=YES|no - if set to "no", TCC will not treat an = as a batch argument delimiter. (Note: this will break CMD compatibility!). This is only for users with (very) old 4NT scripts; it is strongly discouraged for new installations.

MKLINK - Fixed an erratic return value (not always 0 for success).

MKLINK - Fixed an occasional crash when using /X with one argument.

UNTAR - Fixed a problem with the /D (recreate directory) option in the command dialog.

UNZIP - Fixed a problem with the /D (recreate directory) option in the command dialog.

Help file updates.

Build 13.01.31
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Fixed a problem accessing @BALLOC.

Help file updates.

Build 13.01.30
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Fixed a problem when querying the web help about variable functions.

@PING - Fixed a problem with the timeout parameter.

Build 13.01.29
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Take Command/LE has been discontinued. Everyone with a Take Command/LE 13.0 license will receive a free update to the full Take Command version.

The search algorithm for the popup windows has changed slightly. TCC will append a * to the search string unless the last character of the string is a wildcard (?, *, or ]), or if the search string is a regular expression.

WebHelp=yes|NO - New TCMD.INI directive (set in the Take Command and the TCC configuration dialogs). If set, Take Command and TCC will use the web help at http://jpsoft.com/help/ instead of the local help. The web help has some additional features, including the ability to add comments to help topics.

MKLINK - The /X option no longer requires two arguments.

The help file (tcmd.chm) has some new display options.

Help file updates.​
 
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