Westlake tee and other tools

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welp
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Westlake tee and other tools

Post by welp »

Was browsing the list of batchtools on rob van der woude's https://www.robvanderwoude.com/batchtools.php, and I found an entry there regarding the tee command for windows.

It redirects to http://ss64.net/westlake/nt/ but it just leads to a redirect.

Do you guys know where I can find this tee binary and list of tools that Westlake coded?


Thanks
JoeC4281
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Re: Westlake tee and other tools

Post by JoeC4281 »

Are these the tools that you are looking for?

Miscellaneous Freeware for Windows NT
http://www.geocities.ws/fp.westlake/nt/index.html

You might also be interested in Take Command Console,
which contains the tee command.
https://jpsoft.com/products/tcc-rt-runtime.html
https://jpsoft.com/help/tee.htm

Joe
Shadow Thief
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Re: Westlake tee and other tools

Post by Shadow Thief »

Take Command Console is technically a different language that just tries to be compatible with batch. If you want tee, look for the GNU CoreUtils. https://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/coreutils.htm
JoeC4281
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Re: Westlake tee and other tools

Post by JoeC4281 »

Here is how to use the TEE command from TCC-RT in a cmd console or .BAT/.CMD file;

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set _tccrt="C:\Program Files\JPSoft\TCC_RT_29\tcc.exe"
type astronomy.txt | %_tccrt% tee r:\results
Take Command Console RunTime allows the running of a single command in a cmd console or .BAT/.CMD

In msys64 or cygwin64, the tee command is an .EXE

In TCC-RT, it is called from TCC.EXE as noted.

Many utilities in TCC.EXE that are available in a cmd console or .BAT/.CMD file.

Joe

Ref: https://jpsoft.com/help/tee.htm
Ref: https://jpsoft.com/help/cmdlineopts.htm
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Simon Sheppard
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Re: Westlake tee and other tools

Post by Simon Sheppard »

I stopped hosting these last year, because there was almost zero traffic, so I think everyone with an interest in these old utilities has already downloaded them. Also they are showing their age, there are no 64 bit versions and they are unsupported.

For now I have put a redirect in place to the geocities page.
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