Linux compatible

rconn

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Linux compatible

It would be great if I could use take command (just the command line, i.e. TCC) on Linux!

Of course, there would be some differences; command lines would have to be compatible with one of the typical shells, but I still think it's a great idea. I would certainly buy a copy.

Linux in the enterprise is a certainty nowdays, and the only other option is to run a Linux shell on Windows. You don't want that to happen, so in my mind it's a competitive thing.

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John Gwinner on November 30, 2011 12:17
 
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The problem of TCC is that it's a monolitic application. Linux already have busybox for that. But people don't normally use it, they use proper, fully functional separate applications.
 
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