TCC/LE x64

Feb 10, 2010
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I was under the impression there is an x64 version of TTC LE.

then I found this:

64-bit versions of Take Command and TCC (Not in LE)


So I wanted to ask will there be an x64 version in future or is this an exclusive feature of Take Command?


Thanks

Jeremy
 
> I was under the impression there is an x64 version of TTC LE.
> then I found this:
>
> ---Quote---
> 64-bit versions of Take Command and TCC (*Not in LE*)
> ---End Quote---
>
> So I wanted to ask will there be an x64 version in future or is this an
> exclusive feature of Take Command?

Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
 
Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.

But there's no stand-alone TCC anyway, right? I've been a loyal, paying user of NDOS, 4DOS, and 4NT, but now I'm forced to use TCC/LE or buy the whole Take Command when all I want is TCC, and the upgrade is a whopping $50.
 
> ---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
> Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64
> versions of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.
> ---End Quote---
> But there's no stand-alone TCC anyway, right? I've been a loyal, paying
> user of NDOS, 4DOS, and 4NT, but now I'm forced to use TCC/LE or buy the
> whole Take Command when all I want is TCC, and the upgrade is a whopping
> $50.

TCC is included in Take Command, and you can run it either in a Take Command
tab window or stand-alone.

There is no TCC-only upgrade available.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Take Command and TCC have x64 versions. There are no plans for x64 versions
of Take Command/LE or TCC/LE.

Sorry for my delay, thanks for your fast reply.

I take a look at TCC and it seems really nice. But don't think I belong to the target group of it.

Going back to Windows command prompt in 64 bit Vista.

BTW: May the http://www.jpsoft.com/Comparison.html list should show which version support has x64 support.

Jeremy
 
What do you think the target group is?

More professional guy's that can make use of these countless features.

I do not write big batch files and may only use a handful of the feature that I really love, like the command history or inkey.


Jeremy
 
More professional guy's that can make use of these countless features.

I do not write big batch files and may only use a handful of the feature that I really love, like the command history or inkey.

The target group is anyone who uses a command line plus everyone who should, i.e., everyone who uses a computer. I'm still amazed that people use a computer without a good command line. I guess people just like doing things the hard way.
 
Jeremy, you really don't need x64 TCC/LE on Windows x64. The 32-bit version works just fine. I use TCC/LE x86 on Windows 7 x64 quite successfully.
 

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