On Mon, 9 Dec 2002 02:35:55 +0900, Johan Holmberg wrote:
> "MikkelFJ" <mikkelfj-anti-spam / bigfoot.com> writes:
>> If you happen to be using command.exe switch to cmd.exe - it's
>> significantly better for what it's worth.
>> There was a windows port of zsh, but I'm afraid it is not up to
>> date. I gave up on it, but perhaps things have improved. At least
>> unxutils has a lot of good stuff.
> Don't forget tcsh. Works quite well on Win32. I have used it as my
> regular "shell" on NT for several years.
> 
> Better than cmd.exe in several ways:
> - good command line editing (Emacs bindings)
> - good command/argument completion (customizable too)
> - dynamic abbreviations (from the history of entered commands)
> - incremental search (in the history of entered commands)
> - ...

Except, of course, that it's tcsh and not ksh or anything nice like
that (:

I far prefer ksh and ksh clones over tcsh.

-austin
-- Austin Ziegler, austin / halostatue.ca on 2002.12.08 at 21.04.38