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- Subject: Re: Clink brings BASH features to CMD.exe. Scriptable in Lua
- From: Dimiter 'malkia' Stanev <malkia@...>
- Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2012 01:00:17 -0700
On 7/1/12 6:53 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Pierre-Yves Gérardy <email@example.com> [12-07-01 15:28]:
Just found this through Hacker News.
>From the site:
Clink enhances your productivity in Microsoft Windows' "cmd.exe".
If you're familiar with Bash then you will be familiar with the
changes that clink brings to "cmd.exe" (it uses the same 'Readline'
library that Bash uses). It is a small utility to enhance "cmd.exe",
adding more powerful command line completion, editing, and history.
== Features ==
Powerful Bash-like line editing from GNU's Readline library. Read more
on Readline's keyboard shortcuts.
Superior path completion (TAB).
Paste from clipboard (Ctrl-V).
Support for the completion of executables/commands, and environment variables.
Undo/Redo (Ctrl-_ or Ctrl-X, Ctrl-U)
Improved command line history.
Persists across sessions.
Searchable (Ctrl-R and Ctrl-S).
History expansion (e.g. !!, !<string>, and !$).
Scriptable completion using Lua.
I installed CLINK on a Windows XP SP3 (inside VitualBox) via the
installer. When starting cmd.exe it pops up an error message,
that it could not be started because it could not find the
MSVCR100.dll. I reinstalled as adviced but it does not change
What can I do to fix that?
This should help:
Look below for links to x64 if the application is 64-bit.
Wonder if clink can't be recompiled either with static CRT, or with
MSVCRT.DLL (through mingw, or through some other magic)