18333PowerShell (was:: [Clip] capture command prompt output in notetab?)
- Sep 7, 2008cc: to NTO
Axel Berger (Axel-Berger@...) wrote (in part) (on 2008-09-05 at
> "Don - HtmlFixIt.com" wrote:I went to look for it - afaict the original creator has made it
> > Is there a way to grab the output?
> Probably a silly question:
> Just adding "> file.txt" after the command does not work?
> N.B: For those who have not heard: 4DOS has become freeware!
> Looking at the price I always said: "I must get it, but not right
> now." Now I have and should have done a long time ago.
open-source. He appears to have developed something new while someone
else has taken over the reins of the original 4DOS. Did you get it from
At least for me, the install procedure seemed very confusing ....
Anyhow, I finally decided to try PowerShell (free from MSOFT) (works
with WinXP and Vista notwithstanding " windowserver" in the link:
From links on its site and a little bit of googling I found two
different but (I think) related IDEs (Integrated Development Environments):
* PowerShellAnalyzer - http://powershell.com/announce/default.aspx#
* PowerGUI - http://powergui.org/downloads.jspa
PowerShell has bit of a learning curve but both IDEs offer really nice
debugging line by line executions, while you're learning.
PowerShellAnalyzer has a really neat feature: select some lines and
execute them with Ctrl+F7
Power GUI has (IMO) better integrated Help.
They are both like Sheri's ClipCode Syntax on steroids :-)
To bring it back to Notetab (and justify not throwing this directly to
NTO) I think (though not yet tested) the same ^$GetDosOutput()$ clipbar
we were discussing elsewhere in this thread should work with PowerPro.
Sheri - you're into this kind of thing - have you (or anyone else here)
Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)
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