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TCC/LE attrib +/- C?

Discussion in 'TCC/LE Support' started by Rodolfo, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. Rodolfo

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    In TCC/LE, according to the documentation it seems that attrib -c is supported, whereas I get an error.
    If it is only for the full TCC, it might be useful to specify so.

    Thank You and regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti
     
  2. rconn

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  3. Rodolfo

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    Yes, this is what I meant.
    You might want to change the quick help in the command and the manual.
    In quick help, it says
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    [F:\Program Files\JPSoft\TakeCommand\13\LightEdition]attrib /?
    Change or view file and subdirectory attributes.
     
    ATTRIB [/A:[[-][+]rhsdaecjlotvx] /D /E /I"text" /O:[-]adegnrstu /P /Q /Sn] [+|-[AHIORSTVX]] file ...
            /A:(ttribute select)    /P(ause)
            /D(irectories)          /Q(uiet)
            /E (No error messages)  /S(ubdirectories)
            /I (match descriptions)
            Attribute flags:
                    +A, -A  Set or clear archive attribute
                    +H, -H  Set or clear hidden attribute
                    +R, -R  Set or clear read-only attribute
                    +S, -S  Set or clear system attribute
                    +O, -O  Set or clear offline attribute
                    +T, -T  Set or clear temporary attribute
                    +I, -I  Set or clear not content indexed attribute
                    +C, -C  Set or clear compressed attribute
     
    [F:\Program Files\JPSoft\TakeCommand\13\LightEdition]
    So, You might want to remove the last line that says "+C, -C Set or clear compressed attribute".
    Also, there is the first line that says, among other things "+|-[AHIORSTVX]".
    There are two new attributes, for Windows 8, V and X.
    I have not Windows 8 so I cannot test if they work with TCC/LE. If not, You might want to remove the letters V and X from this part.
    Also, in the manual, when it says "-C +C compressed", You might want to specify "(Not available in TCC/LE.)".

    Thank You again and regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti
     
  4. rconn

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    Cannot be done without creating an entirely new set of resource dll's for TCC/LE (which will never happen).

    The quick help will always (for every command) display the TCC usage, not TCC/LE. If you want the real TCC/LE help, use the help file.
     
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    No flame intended, it is simply that I like things in the "cleanest" way possible.
    Right now there are already some differences.
    If I type "attrib /?" in TCC/LE I get
    "ATTRIB [/A:[[-][+]rhsdaecjlotvx] /D /E /I"text" /O:[-]adegnrstu /P /Q /Sn] [+|-[AHIORSTVX]] file ..."
    whereas if I type "attrib /?" in TCC 14.02.44 I get
    "ATTRIB [/A:[[-][+]rhsdaecjlot] /D /E /I"text" /L /N[ej] /O:[-]adegnrstu /P /Q /Sn] [+|-[AHIORST]] file ...",
    with other following lines that are the same.
    So, in TCC/LE it specifies V and X, that are missing in the full TCC.
    And viceversa in the full TCC it specifies /L and /N[ej]. They are missing in the following lines that describe parameters, as it is missing the description of /O:, both in TCC/LE and in the full TCC.

    Thank You again and regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti
     
  6. rconn

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    That's because you're comparing v13 and v14, not because it's TCC/LE vs. TCC.
     
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    ok, understood.

    Thank You again and regards

    Rodolfo Giovanninetti
     

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