Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WINCLI22.ZIP
Filename : WINCLI.TXT

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WinCLI is a command line interface (like the DOS prompt) for Windows.
You can launch Windows & DOS programs, or manipulate files with copy,
delete, rename, and over 20 commands more. WinCLI uses less than 40 Kb
when FULLY loaded; a lot less than a DOS prompt! WinCLI works in all
modes so a 286 can also run a prompt in a window, no more full screen


Version 2.20
- Fixes various bugs, more specifically dealing with COPY.
- Modifies resources.
- Improves file handling.

Version 2.11
- Compatible with "DIR..", "CD\", etc...
- Corrects DEL bug.
- Adds multiple "short-cut" equivalents. See help file.
- Multiple small additions and corrections.

Version 2.10
- Uses a DLL to use less memory during multiple instances.
- Adds ESC, CTRL-C, CTRL-BREAK support for DIR, Copy, Del,
Move, etc...
- Adds SYSINFO command.
- Adds "@" operater for normal/override program execution
(See help file under "USAGE").
- Fixes file handles being left open with Del.
- Copy now preserves old file date.

Version 2.00
- fixes all known bugs.
- adds full Windows help system.
- executes files through association.
- support for maximized and minimized program execution.
- adds new commands.
- new support for system colors.
- improved support for window scrolling.

Version 1.20
- corrects a problem caused by my leaving the program
execution code in comments!

Version 1.10
- corrects a few bugs and adds a variety of features, including
the ability to change fonts & colors. The help system has also
been improved. WinCLI is now over 50% smaller and only loads
in whatever code it needs.

Version 1.00
- first release.

Copyright 1990 Robert Salesas
All rights reserved.

  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WINCLI22.ZIP
Filename : WINCLI.TXT

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