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The purpose of winshell+ is to provide a greater depth in functionality and usability than
is currently offered by the Windows command line. The user interface is designed to be simple
and easy to use. A built-in font is used for the commands and arguments.
There are several advantages of using winshell+ over simply using the Windows command line
This section will cover some of the features that winshell+ provides.
– Allows for saving arguments and commands as customizable “shell scripts”.
– Allows you to set your own text color.
– Allows you to use the history system to create commands and arguments without worrying about
– Allows for editing of variables and functions.
1. Copy the contents of the downloaded file to the c:\winshell+ folder. (The contents of the
winshell+ folder can be seen when you open up notepad and choose Open from the File
2. Select the location where you want to store the files that you create by using winshell+.
(Select the location that you want to use for this copy of winshell+).
3. When you run the installer (winshell.exe) it will automatically copy the files and folders
in the new winshell+ folder to the location you selected.
To begin using winshell+ you will need to execute an options file that is generated by the
When you create a new script, you can add commands and arguments directly into a shell file
instead of having to enter them all by hand. You may also use the screen editing functions
which allows you to edit the file without having to open up more programs.
The screen editor has commands for editing the variables, functions, and comments.
Comment: Comments are a way of grouping things together for easier editing.
Variables: Variables can be used to store information such as values that you enter in a
screen entry (for example, a telephone number or a mail address). By naming the variable
WITH the same characters you are entering into the screen, you can save several
characters of information in the file. You can also use more than one variable per
screen entry. For example, you could save a telephone number and a mail address.
Functions: Functions are pieces of code that you can use to perform a specific task. For
Installation & Usage
The easiest and most likely correct way to install winshell+ is to use sourceforge to download it.
winshell+ works in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. In these versions you need to set the shell environment variables. As you have correctly concluded, you do not need to set the environment variables.
When using an Eclipse, Netbeans or other IDE, there is no need to set the environment variables.
If you are using the nano editor there is no need to set the environment variables.
installation using the command line:
winshell+ needs to be installed in the Windows system directory.
Windows XP – Windows Vista – Windows 7:
If you want to install the binary in the Windows system directory:
1) open a command window and type the following:
2) copy and paste the commands into the command window.
3) type “Y” when prompted.
4) click “OK” when prompted.
5) if you have trouble with the installer, type “Y” again at the end of the commands.
6) If you want to install in a different directory type:
cd (When you exit the command window, you should no longer be in the command line.)
7a) for Win XP – Win 7:
7a1) sh winshell+
7b) for Win Vista:
7c) for Win 7:
7d) If you have trouble with the installer, type:
7e) If you have trouble with the installer, type:
7g) if you have trouble with the installer, type:
7i) if you have trouble with the installer, type:
IF YOU WANT TO INSTALL SOMETHING IN ANOTHER DIRECTORY RATHER THAN THE Windows System Directory:
What’s New In Winshell ?
winshell+ is a shell that combines all the best features from DOS
winshell+. After many years, DOS is finally being pushed out of the
mainstream into the world of UNIX-like operating systems. DOS and
UNIX share a common history that predates Windows 95. Many users of
DOS are migrating to the UNIX-like operating systems.
winshell+ is now available as a software development kit.
winshell+ is a DOS shell enhanced with the features of UNIX. It
combines all the features of the DOS and UNIX shells and adds many
additional features. It retains the command-line interface and
graphical interface of the DOS and UNIX shells.
Copyright (c) 1997-2000 D.C. Harrell. All Rights Reserved.
winshell+ is copyright (c) 1997-2000 D.C. Harrell.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”),
to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
.SH SEE ALSO
.BR POUCH (1),
.BR ECHO (1),
.BR COPY (1),
.BR RENAME (1),
.BR OPTIONS (1),
.BR REPLACE (1),
.BR BAR (1),
.BR SPACE (1),
.BR GUI (1),
.BR PAUSE (1),
.BR VERSION (1),
.BR HISTORY (1),
.BR ABOUT (1),
.BR LANG (1),
.BR BATCH (1),
.BR PROC (1),
.BR EXE (1)
.BR NOPASS (1)
.B Line Editing
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System Requirements For Winshell :
Supported OS: Windows, Mac, Linux
Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 7 or later / Mac OS X 10.7 or later / Linux 1.6 or later
Libraries used: Windows: GDI, WindowsBase, Win32, Crypt32, SHStrmiids, kernel32, Advapi32, Crypt32, OLE32, shell32, imm32, crypt32, kernel32, ws2_32, kernel32, (Optional): Version: Windows 7+ / Mac